About the Great Redwood Trail

The Great Redwood Trail is a 320-mile, world-class, multi-use rail-to-trail project connecting California’s San Francisco and Humboldt Bays. The legacy trail will travel through some of the wildest and most scenic landscapes in the United States, traversing old growth redwood forests, running alongside oak woodlands and vineyards, and winding through the magnificent Eel River Canyon.

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A future stretch of the Great Redwood Trail at the confluence of Blue Rock Creek and the main stem of the Eel River

A future stretch of the Great Redwood Trail at the confluence of Blue Rock Creek and the mainstem Eel River.
Photo by Alicia Hamann

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