Bald Hills Road, Redwood National Park

This is the lesser known part of Redwood National Park which is directly above Redwood Creek and the tallest trees in the world. The Bald Hills area of Redwood National Park was always bald because the native american tribes regularly burned it. Later it was sheep ranching

These photos were from very early in the morning before sunrise and the fog started lifting as soon as the sun rose. At certain times, this area is one of the most ghostly, surreal, northern California fogscapes I have ever seen

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great place for a picnic

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There are blackberries even at 3000 feet

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weather station

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