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Montgomery Woods State Reserve

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15825 Orr Springs Rd, 13 miles northwest of Ukiah on twisty Orr Springs Road, past Orr's Mineral Hot Springs resort, Ukiah, CA 95482-9020
+1 707-937-5804
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Montgomery Woods State Park. Tallest tree in the world ( ok theres one a bit taller, just north)

Maybe 45 min. from Mendocino and near Ukiah. This place is enchanting, and beatuiful and inviting... read more

Reviewed 18 February 2017
Susan H
Amazing redwoods and no crowd

The remoteness of the place almost insures your not going to face a crowd as you enjoy this redwood... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
rjhenry
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Bay City, Michigan
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15825 Orr Springs Rd, 13 miles northwest of Ukiah on twisty Orr Springs Road, past Orr's Mineral Hot Springs resort, Ukiah, CA 95482-9020
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Reviewed 18 February 2017

Maybe 45 min. from Mendocino and near Ukiah. This place is enchanting, and beatuiful and inviting. What a find! There is 367.5-foot redwood, this wise giant is 1300 yrs old!! It's huge and powerful and calming. A long windy road, but not terrible, and take...More

1  Thank Susan H
Reviewed 15 February 2017

The remoteness of the place almost insures your not going to face a crowd as you enjoy this redwood forest. There are many of the giant trees to enjoy with each turn leading you to something as interesting as what you were just oohing and...More

1  Thank rjhenry
Reviewed 19 October 2016

Whether or not you are visiting Orr Hot Springs, just down the road, this is a lovely walk and visit not to be missed. Lovely, oild growth redwoods in a hanging valley meet you after a short but rather steep walk up the hill from...More

Thank Lisa B
Reviewed 15 August 2016

This is not an easy place to find, but if you don't have the time to drive far north to the well known Redwood National Forest, then come here to Montgomery. The parking lot holds maybe a half-dozen cars and there is a toilet facility....More

2  Thank UStoEurope111
Reviewed 30 July 2016

A bit of a hike but a big bang if you are into Old Growth Redwood Groves. This one is a real gem, a real sanctuary. A very peaceful place to walk and meditate. Magical hardly begins to describe it.

1  Thank Annabelleruby
Reviewed 26 July 2016

Montgomery Woods is a state reserve of redwoods that is 13 miles West of Ukiah, Ca. The road to get there, however, is very tortuous and it will take nearly 40 minutes to get there. Redwoods are always impressive but this forest is not as...More

1  Thank charliespal2
Reviewed 8 July 2016

This is a magnificent collection of redwoods, some of them among the largest and tallest we have seen. There’s a pretty easy two-mile-or-so hike, which gets you to the highlights. We were staying near Mendocino, so the park was about an hour’s drive over a...More

Thank MBTraveler47
Reviewed 24 May 2016 via mobile

This was an amazing hike through a fern carpeted forest of sequoias. My neck got tired from looking up at the majesty of these beauties. The start of the hike is pretty uphill so be prepared and bring mosquito repellent. You can take the main...More

Thank legsbell
Reviewed 24 February 2016

I have been to Muir woods and Armstrong woods but Montgomery by far is the best in my book. A little bit of a hike but well worth if . It is truly majestic . And to think it was almost destroyed by fire years...More

Thank emilie m
Reviewed 16 February 2016

Stop and get out of your car, walk through the woods put your arms around a tree, you can't but act like you can, be a tree hugger at least for a day. It may change you mind about cutting down large old growth trees,...More

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