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Trees Of Mystery Klamath

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Trees Of Mystery
15500 Highway 101 North
Klamath
CA
95548
Tel: 1-800-638-3389

Where are we going today?

We are an 8/10ths of a mile groomed interpretive trail through the awe-inspiring Redwoods of Northern California. Part of the trail (The Trail of Tall Tales)is devoted to the myth and mythology of Paul Bunyan, America's larger-than-life logger from the turn of the century. The trail, museum, gift shop, restaurant and motel are geared toward the family or group traveler. The trail is open and maintained year-round. We offer a shuttle to Sky Trail for those who cannot easily walk the trail.
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When can we go?

Summer (June-August) 8:00 am to ~7:00 pm

What people are saying?

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    This was actually more fun than your typical tourist trap. Much of the entrance path is not well cared for and the staff appears very, very bored. However the trees are amazing and the highlight of the place is the walk down from the skylift. By itself if you just took the skylift up and down the place would not be worth it. However they have a side trail that is quite steep (take a walking stick) that takes you down the mountain. It has the quiet of nature, the beauty of the trees, and NONE of the typical tourists or other walkers you would...Read More

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    I visited The Trees of Mystery with my adult children and 85-year-old mother. The mountain trail hike was manageable for mom. We all enjoyed learning about the redwood forest as we worked our way up the trail. The gondola ride was wonderful, and the educational overlook at the top of the mountain was great too. I especially appreciated the hospitality offered by every staff member we encountered. They were all attentive to Mom's needs; instead of making us step onto the gondola as it moved slowly at the pick-up locations, they stopped it completely...Read More

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    Beautiful trees, the family tree was the best. Great people.

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    I really liked the place especially the natural surroundings. yes it may be a lil quaint but taking the time to visit is worth it. Id rather stop and enjoy it than ride forever and only see nothing but nature, it was a nice refreshing break. I'm of the mature crowd. I'm from the east coast i felt enchanted there is nothing like that here..I will add pics soon that we took during our visit.

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    Whenever I am driving by, I stop and walk through the gift shop and buy something. I love all of the different items. And the fudge and ice cream is fabulous! Yumm. I wish they had all of it on their website to purchase when I can't get up there. Did go through the trees path one time, but the gift shop is the draw for this senior!
    Also, the restrooms are clean and we do use those each stop too.

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by David Filer

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This was actually more fun than your typical tourist trap. Much of the entrance path is not well cared for and the staff appears very, very bored. However the trees are amazing and the highlight of the place is the walk down from the skylift. By itself if you just took the skylift up and down the place would not be worth it. However they have a side trail that is quite steep (take a walking stick) that takes you down the mountain. It has the quiet of nature, the beauty of the trees, and NONE of the typical tourists or other walkers you would find on other Redwood trails. The free museum inside the gift shop is also one of the best Native American displays I have ever seen.

by Diane Walters

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I visited The Trees of Mystery with my adult children and 85-year-old mother. The mountain trail hike was manageable for mom. We all enjoyed learning about the redwood forest as we worked our way up the trail. The gondola ride was wonderful, and the educational overlook at the top of the mountain was great too. I especially appreciated the hospitality offered by every staff member we encountered. They were all attentive to Mom's needs; instead of making us step onto the gondola as it moved slowly at the pick-up locations, they stopped it completely to make it easier for Mom. Also, when we departed from the top, they called for a shuttle that met us at the return spot and took us the rest of the way down the mountain. Though kids would love the Paul Bunyan talking statue and Babe, this is a must-stop attraction for all ages!

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