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Muir Woods National Monument

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Muir Woods National Monument

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Heather P wrote a review Nov 2020
Ruskin, Florida23 contributions1 helpful vote
Absolutely stunning! This was my first time in a redwood forest and won’t be my last. Many choices of easily traversed paths and trails. I can’t wait to return!
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Elevette13 wrote a review Nov 2020
Denver, Colorado43 contributions21 helpful votes
Be sure to go online and purchase reservations for parking in advance. I highly recommend a weekday visit in the late morning if visiting in the cooler winter months. It will be less crowded and will facilitate meandering while socially distancing from others. The tall trees create a sun block so bring a warm jacket, sweater or sweatshirt.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Wynn R wrote a review Nov 2020
Morgan Hill, California1,785 contributions218 helpful votes
The wife and I were here last weekend. It had been five years for me, thirty for her! Due to coronavirus parking and entrance requires reservations so as to limit the quantity of people in the park. It worked we were never too crowded on the paths and trails. The air was fresh and restorative.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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divekaren wrote a review Nov 2020
San Francisco, California63 contributions46 helpful votes
Go for the peace and tranquility! A short drive from San Francisco, though the drive is a bit nerve-wracking with cliffs, hairpin turns, and narrow lanes. Be sure to reserve your parking spot in advance which guarantees a spot at within a 30-minute window. There are 2 lots, the smaller lot fills up quickly, but don't worry the second lot is not that much further and the walk to the visitor center lets you start your experience right away. You can also prepay for your admission when you book parking and just show your receipt at the window saving time and keeping the experience safe. There is hand sanitizer at the visitor center and everyone is asked to wear a mask and maintain a safe distance. Be sure to bring a water bottle, there are refill stations available, even on the trail. The paved path makes it accessible to all, for those who want a bit more adventure, you can wander off the path into one of the open trails for more hiking. Most of the trails are a one way loop to limit traffic. Bring a snack or picnic, though cafe and gift shop is open. There are 2 electric car charging stations available near the visitor center.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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GabyMR wrote a review Nov 2020
Zapopan, Mexico64 contributions13 helpful votes
This is an AMAZING place! You must visit it, the peace, the tranquility, the silence that you experience when seeing the immensity of nature with these trees is unique. Due to Covid, there is no shuttle available so you must go on your own by car or on a small tour. I did it for a reduced tour and it was a good option. Admission costs 15 usd that you can buy right there today, wear a mask for your entire stay and keep your distance. Worth it!
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Date of experience: October 2020
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