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September 2017

Redwood Loop Walk

September 16 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
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Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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Redwood Loop Walk

September 17 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
+ Google Map
Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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Redwood Loop Walk

September 22 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
+ Google Map
Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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Redwood Loop Walk

September 23 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
+ Google Map
Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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Redwood Loop Walk

September 24 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
+ Google Map
Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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Redwood Loop Walk

September 28 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Big Basin: Park Headquarters, 21600 Big Basin Way
Boulder Creek, CA 95006 United States
+ Google Map
Free

How do these grand redwoods grow to be so old? So tall? How are they important to humans? Join us for this fun and informative guided half-mile stroll through a magnificent old-growth redwood forest. Meet the famous Mother Tree, the Father of the Forest and the incredible Chimney Tree on this 90-minute walk. Stroller and wheelchair accessible. Meet at Big Basin Park Headquarters. Event is free; parking is $10. Event made possible by Mountain Parks Foundation and California State Parks.

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