Different and Special Landscape
This is an impressive giant redwood forest inside Yosemite National Park. It's 59 kilometres south of the middle of the park, and very close to the southern entrance on the way to Fresno. Giant redwoods can reach up to 100 meters high, 8 meters in diameter, and can live more than 3,000 years. You feel terribly small strolling among them, their pine cones can be bigger than your head. It's as if you moved to another planet. There's a kilometre long marked path to the world's largest redwoods and park's most famous trees, like "Bachelor and tree Graces, California Tunnel Tree or Giant Grizzly". It's a simple and memorable path through a different and special landscape.