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“Corny, but cool”
Review of Trees of Mystery

Trees of Mystery
Ranked #1 of 15 things to do in Klamath
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A site along a family hiking trail in Redwood National Park that also offers a museum of Native American items.
Reviewed 23 June 2014

This is a tourist trap that everyone should visit. The trees are fascinating, the trails great, and the cheesiness kind of appealing. I really enjoyed the tram ride, and my son and I chose to hike back down. It was a great decision after riding in the car all day because the one mile route really gave us the chance to get in some much needed exercise. We didn't pay a lot of attention to the Paul Bunyan stuff, which was kind of hokey. The ice cream and fudge shop are nice, though, and not as over-priced as one might expect. Overall, stop by if you have the time. It really is fun, and you see some magnificent redwoods.

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Reviewed 22 June 2014 via mobile

Went here and just loved the walk thru the park and looking at all the fascinating varieties of trees there . went up in the tram too to vista point at the top and had a great view of the redwoods and the ocean in the distance, definitely a must see- do if in the area :)

2  Thank Darren C
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Reviewed 19 June 2014 via mobile

A little quirky, and a bit outdated and just funky enough that you shouldn't skip it. Our favorite was the brotherhood tree and we all decided the candlebra tree was past it's prime. The family tree was pretty amazing too. Nothing too mysterious, but the Paul Bunyon and Big Foot tales make it fun. The gondola was great.

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Reviewed 15 June 2014

We had visited Trees of Mystery on our drive through to Seattle. It is an excellent stop and the Gondola ride and the view point alone are well worth the price of entry. The tree formations in the hike at the beginning are nice. I liked the chapel idea. we skipped the paul bunyan part as we had to move on.

An excellent stop. One i would go back to again.

2  Thank sccharan
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Reviewed 13 June 2014

This is a fun stop and well worth the 15 dollars per person to gain entry. The hike is not difficult and the scenery is very nice. Paul and Babe greet you as you arrive and the gift shop is nice. If you are a history buff, the native American museum back behind the gift shop is the best in the area. It has information on all tribes and history of each. Best that I have seen in a small location. Clean restrooms and there is a hotel and a restaurant across the street.

Thank Carey T
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