If you came to see the world’s tallest trees up close, the City of Eureka offers a truly unique opportunity.
The Redwood Sky Walk at Sequoia Park Zoo is a brand-new, self-guided eco-experience unlike any other. Designed to showcase the world’s tallest trees with new perspective, the interpretive trail gently guides visitors 100 feet above the forest floor and invites guests to learn more about California’s famous north coast region and natural history.
The Redwood Sky Walk, the longest in North America, is just under 1/4 mile to the end and back (1,104 linear feet). The experience stretches out across a network of walkways and suspension bridges. The platforms sit approximately one-third of the way up the trees and take visitors deep into the city’s treasured old-growth (and mature second-growth) forest.
There are no stairs, and the experience is ADA accessible with the exception of one optional 369-foot adventure segment.
When planning your visit, don’t forget to leave time to explore all of the Sequoia Park Zoo. One ticket admission allows visitors to stay and play all day.
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