Redwood Forests


Join us on a guided tour! Visiting the Redwood Forests is an unforgettable experience.

Day Long Tours & Hikes

Day Long Small Group Experiences

Go beyond the guide books and experience the parks through expert eyes. Book a day trip with a world class guide to show the best the parks have to offer to you, your family, or your small group. With your own dedicated guide, your trip can be catered to your exact interests and needs. After all, we’re all about creating good trips for every human.

From $1255 per group

Spend a full day alongside an expert guide wandering groves of the tallest trees on earth.

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We offer custom itineraries for families, friends, and corporate groups. Whether you want to camp in the backcountry or enjoy day trips while sleeping in comfortable hotels, we can plan the perfect adventure for your group! Explore some of our sample itineraries and contact us so we can plan your dream vacation!

This Region

National Parks



Region Overview

California has called to adventurers for generations. It is truly a state of extremes. Home to both the highest and lowest points in the continental US, the ecosystems of California range from enchanting and remote deserts to rugged, snow-covered mountains.

Our trips will take you to some of the most iconic destinations in America as you learn about the fascinating history and ecology of the great frontier.

Redwood Forests

Northern California’s coastal redwood giants can grow to be as tall as the Statue of Liberty. Endemic only to the state’s northern coast, these magnificent trees are a sight to behold. Learn about this fascinating ecosystem and marvel at their scale. 

Redwoods FAQ’s


Your Trip Questions Answered!
When is the best time to visit?

The best time to visit Redwood National Park is typically in the summer months (June to August) when the weather is mild. However, visitors should be prepared for foggy and damp conditions, which are common year-round due to the park’s coastal location.

What will the weather be like?

Redwood National Park experiences a maritime climate characterized by cool, damp winters and mild, foggy summers. Summer temperatures range from 50°F to 70°F (10°C to 21°C), while winter temperatures range from 40°F to 50°F (4°C to 10°C). Visitors should bring layers and rain gear, especially during the wetter winter months.

What highlights might I see?

The Redwood Forests are renowned for towering coastal redwood trees, some of the tallest and oldest living organisms on earth. Highlights include the iconic Avenue of the Giants, Lady Bird Johnson Grove, and the breathtaking Fern Canyon.

Will I see wildlife?

The Redwood Forests are home to a diverse array of wildlife, including Roosevelt elk, black bears, gray whales (seasonally), and various bird species. Visitors may also encounter banana slugs, deer, and other smaller mammals and amphibians while exploring the park’s dense forests and coastal habitats.

Should I combine this trip with another National Park?

Consider extending your journey into the Pacific Northwest with a drive up the Oregon Coast or a trip to Crater Lake National Park (3-4 hours). Crater Lake in Oregon is famous for its stunningly deep blue lake within a volcanic caldera.

Are there any entry regulations I should know about?

Redwood National Park does not require vehicle reservations or timed entry.

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