Redwood National and State Parks are a string of protected forests, beaches, and grasslands along Northern California’s coast. They are also home to some of the tallest trees in the world.
This documentary takes you through the magic of old growth redwood forests, where giant sequoias reach to the sky and tell their story to the Ocean, wind, and air, as well as to all the visitors of the park.
Known for the sky-scarping forests unique to California, visitors come from all over the globe to the land of towering giants.
Defining the landscape at mesmerizing heights, and with a truly distinctive appearance, these forests are made of up sequoias and redwood. In addition to being the tallest trees in the world, they are also some of the most fascinating and unique trees on Earth.
Referred as interchangeably, the two are actually very different. Equally remarkable, both are occurring naturally only in California.
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