Redwood National Park by bicycle
Often measuring more than 100 metres in height, the redwoods in Northern California’s Redwood National and State Parks are the tallest species of trees in the world. In some cases, their trunks are so wide that you can walk, bike, or even drive right through the base. These towering giants form a dense canopy, leaving the forest floor below a fantasy landscape that’s best explored from the back of a bike. The National Parks Service has turned old logging roads into a network of trails that are ideal for two-wheeled touring.