Muir Woods is a magical place that I thought might only exist in dreams or fairytales. I could have spent days exploring. The weather in October was perfect to enjoy the majestic trees.
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About Muir Woods National Monument
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Having grown up on the east coast the only Redwood Trees I saw were in geography books in school. They were remarkable to look at even in a picture. Let all that come to life at MUIR WOODS NATIONAL MONUMENT. You will be so appreciative...More
If you are anywhere near here you must visit. Amazing beauty and majesty throughout the entire area. Make sure you have your transportation taken care of as there is no cell service. You can buy a bus pass when you are there for your return...More
We went to Muir Woods on the last day that you could park neal the monument without reservations. It was a beautiful day and the walk was gorgeous....unfortunately we didn’t have enough time for the longer hikes. If you happen to go there on a...More
Parking or bus reservation is now required starting this week - the first week of a fed government shut down. Anyway, we made reservation online for a Saturday morning at 10:00 am. Everything went well. We got our parking space near the park entrance. The...More
There is no other natural wonder this close to a major city. It's gorgeous And spectacular with magnificent redwood trees.
Wow! I didnt really know what to expect here but wow! It is so quite and beautiful here. Very relaxing and calming! It was CHILLY! make sure you layer because it is very cool under the shade and can be cool/damp. I did the canopy...More
We stopped here on our way from Yosemite to San Francisco. I had read the reviews that parking is very challenging and that we should get here early in the morning or late in the afternoon, however, that did not work with our schedule so...More
One of the most beautiful places I have ever visited. Lush growth, green, green, green. High oxygen air content very refreshing. You should go!!
I have been in this park several times - enjoy it every single time. There are several paths, some easy and some needs effort. The winter is the best time to do this park, because of the damp air. I was there once in the...More