Northern California’s redwood trees are some of the most spectacular sights in the world. They are both celebrated and admired at Trees of Mystery in Klamath. When you arrive, the official hosts, a towering 50 ft. Paul Bunyan and 35 ft. Babe the Blue Ox will greet you. At Trees of Mystery you can see the redwoods from 600 ft. above the ground on their Sky Trail gondola ride that will take you among the tops of the trees and provide stunning views.
If you’re hungry, head to their Forest Café, which features fine food and stunning murals. There is also a gift shop to pick up a unique redwood keepsake. Accommodations are available at Motel Trees right across the street.
The End of the Trail Museum is attached to the north end of the Trees of Mystery gift shop and is one of the largest privately owned world class museums there is. It has been painstakingly assembled over a period of about 40 years by Marylee Thompson, and her heart is in every item on display here. The museum is constantly being upgraded and improved, so even if you were here as recently as a few months ago, there is always new information and more displays.
Trees of Mystery is open daily, with hours varying from summer to winter. 15500 Hwy 101 N., Klamath.
707-482-2251 • TreesOfMystery.net