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Look up. Waaay up. You are standing among the tallest living things on the planet! Camp in comfort among the redwoods on a five day, four- night adventure on California’s north coast, home to Redwood National and State Parks and Humboldt Redwoods State Park.
Your redwood adventure includes: biking beneath colossal trees along the Avenue of Giants; hiking through Humboldt Redwoods State Park and Redwood National and State Parks among the tallest living things on Earth; touring the parks’ visitor centers where the natural history of the redwoods comes to life; exploring the majestic Fern Canyon featured in the movie Jurassic Park; trekking through the extraordinary Rockefeller Forest where the 362-foot-tall and 14-foot-wide Rockefeller tree will take your breath away; picnicking on the banks of the Eel River; kayaking on the Big Lagoon to view wildlife including shorebirds, bald eagles, peregrine falcons, western pond turtles, and the majestic Roosevelt elk that often graze in a nearby meadow. Enjoy tranquil evenings with friends and family by the campfire and savor gourmet meals with fresh local seafood prepared by your camp chef.
Welcome to one of the world’s most unforgettable stretches of coastline. This roughly 90-mile-long stretch of redwood- and fog-trimmed waterfront between Carmel-by-the-Sea and Hearst Castle draws you in with a magic allure that is almost palpable. This is, quite simply, a place you want to be—redwoods, sea, and sky.
And what better way to experience the natural beauty of Big Sur than with lodging in a private ranch home on 100 acres located on Pfeiffer Point. This three bedroom, one bath home features dramatic views, a Japanese soaking tub and steam shower, a full kitchen, and dining/living room area. On the grounds, enjoy the organic garden, orchard, and avocado grove and the many trails that meander through redwoods, live oaks, and along the coastal cliffs.
Your weekend also includes: a welcome champagne cocktail reception in a private redwood grove featuring a very special fairy circle, lunch at Nepenthe, the cliff-topping restaurant with views that stretch down the coast, and dinner at Post Ranch Inn’s Sierra Mar, winner of Wine Spectator’s prestigious Grand Award.
Once you experience a “modern American dinner party” at Chef David Barzelay’s Lazy Bear restaurant, it is easy to understand how Chef Barzelay and his team have earned two globally renowned MICHELIN stars.
Lazy Bear offers a unique group dining experience with a sumptuous tasting menu in a communal setting, seated along custom made American elm tables.
Secure your pair of seats (2) at this private dinner for you, your guest, and the 38 new friends you will make at the gala! Chef Barzelay will create an unforgettable dining experience inspired by ingredients from the redwood forest. An evening not to be missed!
Be the first ever to overnight in the League’s newly acquired Harold Richardson Redwoods Reserve (formally, McApin Ranch), while enjoying the creature comforts of home and gourmet meals under the towering redwoods. Nestled in the wooded hills a few miles inland from the Sonoma Coast, this untouched oasis boasts the oldest known coast redwoods south of Mendocino County. It is no wonder John Steinbeck called redwoods ambassadors from another time.
This package includes 2 nights of luxury camping for 8 people. CEO, Sam Hodder, along with League experts and scientists will guide your group on breathtaking hikes and excursions throughout the Reserve, as well as visiting other nearby League acquisitions. Imagine sunset cocktails at Stewart’s Point and the magic of the campfire under the stars back in the forest. All in all, this pioneering weekend will leave you in awe, with a deeper understanding and appreciation for the unique redwood ecosystem.
Your Epic Redwood Adventure begins on a private Gulfstream jet whisking you in style to the home of the largest trees in the world. After the short flight from the Oakland Airport to Crescent City, you and eleven of your guests will be transported to The Historic Requa Inn located at the mouth of the Klamath River. An afternoon hike and welcome dinner set the stage for your adventure the next day.
In the morning, your group will experience firsthand the magic of Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park – the northernmost redwood park with 10,000 acres of primeval redwood groves bisected by the last major free flowing river in California, the Smith River. With redwood canopy scientists as your guides, you will hike the iconic Boy Scout Trail. After a day of exploration, it’s back to the Requa Inn to relax and enjoy dinner and conversation with the group.
The next morning it’s off to the turquoise waters of the Smith River. Meandering down the first mile of the river, watch the forest slowly transition from rocky serpentine soils to old-growth redwoods. Breaking from paddling, you take a fantastic half-mile hike to Stout Grove, dubbed “the world’s most scenic stand of redwoods.”
Back on the river, its lunch at the Jed Smith campground. You’ll relax on a sunny beach and enjoy an organic picnic before finishing the day with some whitewater fun, on a stretch of rapids punctuated with beautiful pools for swimming.
After a day on the water, return to Crescent City where your jet awaits to whisk you back home.
If you have any questions please contact Luz Perez via phone at 415-820-5833 or via email at Lperez@SaveTheRedwoods.org.