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Whiskey Flats, a cool, damp area graced with mature redwoods, ferns, and natural springs, located 4.5 miles from the Big Tree Area. Or try Hansen Ridge Camp, 6.5 miles from trail’s end, known for its spectacular sunsets, especially when ocean fog creeps in over the lowlands below. You can pick up backcountry permits at the park visitor center, which is open daily, year- round. While there, $3 will buy you a detailed topographic map.


FISHING DETAILS: Cast a line on the South Fork of the Eel River. It flows through outstanding stands of redwoods, and fishermen say it’s a great place to hook salmon, steel- head, and squawfish. All fishing is catch-and-release.


FAST FACTS: Up until 2006, a coastal redwood in the park was considered the world’s tallest tree. Called the


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WHEN TO GO: The wet season begins in mid-November and lasts through May, when the park receives between 60 and 80 inches of rainfall. However, if you’re willing to take a chance on the weather—and enjoy solitude in this often-busy park—a visit in winter can pay off with absolute serenity and sheer scenic beauty. June through September offers less rain (and more visitors) with daytime temperatures between 50 and 90 degrees.


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GETTING THERE: Access Humboldt from Highway 101, about 230 miles north of San Francisco or 35 miles southeast of Fortuna. The breathtak- ingly beautiful Avenue of the Giants parallels Route 101 for 32 miles and allows you to drive either within or near park boundaries for its entire length.


RESOURCES: Humboldt Redwoods State Park. 707-946-2409; bit.ly/hum boldtredwoods. ¿


Author LARRY RICE (Gathering Paradise: Alaska Wilderness Journeys and Baja to Patagonia: Latin American Adventures) resides in Buena Vista, Colo., and is a former contributing editor for Backpacker Magazine.


FIND MORE info about Humboldt Redwoods State Park at scouting magazine.org/humboldt.


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