The Redwood National Park along the Northern California coast probably doesn’t get the attention it deserves. From the tree-shaded trails, to the beaches of the Pacific Ocean, to the living walls of Fern Canyon, and the tallest trees in the world, this national and state park may be one of the most spectacular outdoor destinations on the planet.
The park is home to an array of wildlife including its famous Roosevelt elk, banana slugs, deer, birds and marine wildlife, all captured beautifully in the above short film from More Than Just Parks. The film explores the deep reaches of the redwood forest, showing breathtaking shots of the many aspects of Redwood National Park. Here’s a description of the film from MTJP:
“Redwood is the culmination of several weeks spent exploring Redwood National and State Parks. Redwood National and State Parks in Northern California are home to the tallest trees in the world, the mighty Redwood, which can reach staggering heights of over 360ft and weigh more than 500 tons. These parks feature magical forests, miles of spectacular beaches, stunning overlooks, and the largest herd of Roosevelt elk on the planet.”
Watch the video above to experience the breathtaking scenes of the Redwood National Park.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine