If you've got never been to the pacific northwest and gazed up through the cover of a redwood forest, you've got nothing in your expertise with that to know the majesty of those prehistoric giants.
There are literally two distinctly completely different species of Sequoias. the large Redwoods of Yosemite are Sequoiadendron aka big Sequoia, whereas those along the northern California coast are Sequoia sempervirens aka Coastal Redwoods.
While each are massive enough to really drive a vehicle through, the last Gigantea with a passage fell down in 1969. currently solely three left within the world, and every one are located on Highway one zero one in northern California quite a ways that north of San Francisco. All are on non-public property, and are operated as tourist attraction businesses.
From south to north, you will find the Chandelier Tree in Drive-Thru Tree Park in Leggett, The Shrine Drive-Thru Tree close to Myers Flat, and therefore the Klamath Tour through Tree within the city of Klamath. (Klamath is just twenty miles south of Crescent town, California - return city USA.)
Come, let's take a glance at these wonderful trees.