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Explore California's Coastal Redwoods with Sausalito Ferry Boat Experience
"Venture north over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees also known as Muir Woods National Monument. Enjoy solitude and peace through the cool moist air as you stroll through 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. Experience the awe and wonder as you are treated through Northern California’s signature fog while you wander in and out of the Mother Nature’s redwood alleyways.The canopy of coastal redwoods soaring above will stimulate all of your senses as you journey through a piece of ancient California history. You will never forget the crisp fresh redwood fragrance that will surround you on your journey to the majestic Muir Woods National Monument. Entrance fee into Muir Woods included in the tour.Next
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Woods and Wine: Half Day Sonoma Wine Tour plus Muir Woods National Monument
"This tour is a pleasure for anyone who enjoys the outdoors and a good glass of wine and is the only way to get the best of Sonoma the Carneros Wine Country and the Muir Woods National Monument. This tour begins though Fisherman's Wharf and the Cow Hollow and Marina districts before crossing over the Golden Gate Bridge for a quick photo stop. You will then travel with your knowledge gorgeous landscapesand the 5th highest income in the US to the entrance of the Muir Woods National Monument. Once you arrive you will be provided about an hour to stroll along the groves within the park at your leisure. Travel along the paved and boarded trail for an effortless stroll through the splendor of the famous Redwoods standing up to 250ft tall. Don't miss out we do have some wine tasting to do.Your tour will head back to Sausalito where you will have about an hour to peruse the local shops and enjoy some of the local cuisine. After which
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3 in 1 Ultimate Bay Area Package: Alcatraz Tour Including Muir Woods and San Francisco City Tour
"See the best of the Bay Area in this ultimate 3 in 1 sightseeing package to some of the most popular destinations around San Francisco! Your sightseeing experience includes a visit to the world-famous Alcatraz Island combined with the visits to Califo you'll visit the coastal redwood trees of Muir Woods National Monument. Venture north over the Golden Gate Bridge to an isolated canyon filled with ancient coastal redwood trees also known as Muir Woods National Monument. Enjoy solitude and peace through the cool moist air as you stroll through 1000-year-old trees towering 260 feet tall. Experience the awe and wonder as you are treated through Northern California’s signature fog while you wander in and out of the Mother Nature’s redwood alleyways. The canopy of coastal redwoods soaring above will stimulate all of your senses as you journey through a piece of ancient California history. You will never forget the crisp
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More Things to Do in Muir Woods National Monument

Woods

We went to stay near here rather than staying in San Francisco. Although I have been to some of the other big tree parks as a child (including another Coastal Redwood park Big Basin), I hadn't been to...
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DEBBBEDB
Jan 12, 2012

100 years old

on jan 8 2008 Muir Woods turned 100. there are all sorts of activities going on all year to celebrate this event. there are plenty trails to choose from, which makes this place perfect for all kinds...
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lionmouth77
Mar 24, 2008

Hillside Trail

The Hillside Trail lies on the opposite (west) bank from the main paved trail in the monument. The scenery here is still redwood forest, but this is the easiest accessible part of the park with the...
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chewy3326
Dec 24, 2006

Cathedral Grove

Cathedral Grove is one of the most enchanting places in Muir Woods National Monument, probably because you've thrown off a good two-thirds of the visitors by the time you get there. The trees here are...
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chewy3326
Dec 24, 2006

Bohemian Grove

The Bohemian Grove of giant redwoods contains the tallest redwood in the park, a 258-foot tall towering coast sequoia. It is the closest grove of redwoods to the visitor center. The grove got its name...
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chewy3326
Dec 24, 2006

Muir Woods Visitor Center

Muir Woods is accessible from a spur road off the Panoramic Highway. There is a moderate sized parking lot. The visitor center lies at the trailhead into the redwood grove. You should stop by the...
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chewy3326
Dec 23, 2006
 
 
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Hike a little... or a lot...

Muir Woods can easily be seen in an hour, or you can really get the experience and spend a few here.Muir Woods is essentially a gulch, with Redwood Creek cutting down the middle. The main loop trail...
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Karnubawax
Dec 11, 2005

Touring the woods

There is a 2 mile round trip trail that allows you to visit part of the woods. The trail is flat and level, wheelchair accessible and branches off at four bridges and loops back around, in case you...
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goingsolo
Jul 17, 2005

The bicentennial tree

The plaque in front of this tree bears the inscription "bicentennial tree". It was planted in 1776, the year America declared its independence. The tree has grown continuously ever since. It is a...
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goingsolo
Jul 15, 2005

Hiking Muir Woods

There are two main trails that lead from Muir Woods monument to overlooks above and away from the tourist throngs. You can take either the Ocean View Trail or the Fern Creek Trail, or, better yet,...
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goingsolo
Jul 14, 2005

The redwoods

These mighty redwoods are among the tallest and oldest trees on earth. It is difficult to gain perspective as to how mammoth these trees actually are, and its next to impossible to photograph them in...
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goingsolo
Jul 14, 2005

Visiting the woods

Muir Woods is a short and scenic drive from San Francisco. It is located a couple of miles north of the city on hwy 101. The road to the woods is steep and winding and goes up a portion of Mount...
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goingsolo
Jul 12, 2005

Get out and take a walk

Muir woods can best be appreciated by getting out of your automobile and walking through the forest on the path. The color, height, girth, straightness and age of some of the Redwoods will leave you...
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CJD68
Aug 13, 2003

Stroll through Muir Woods

Depending on the path, you'd likely devote at least 45 minutes to enjoying a stroll through Muir Woods. Some paths can take as much as 2 hours to loop around.
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KevinMichael
Oct 22, 2011

Hotels Near Muir Woods National Monument

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155 Shoreline Highway, Mill Valley, California, 94941, United States
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165 Throckmorton Ave, Mill Valley, CA 94941
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1601 Shoreline Highway, Muir Beach, California, 94965, United States
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1 Marine Way, P.O. Box 208, Stinson Beach, California, 94970, United States
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Top 5 Muir Woods National Monument Writers

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Karnubawax

"Some of the Last Old-Growth Redwoods on Earth"
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goingsolo

"Gateway to the Redwoods"
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DEBBBEDB

"Morning in the Woods"
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shrimp56

"Silence in the Trees"
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chewy3326

"An Ancient Forest"
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