Sunday, 2 April 2017

Why Muir Woods Needs to be on Your Bucket List

Just beyond the steel bridge of the Golden Gate and the Victorians of San Francisco, lie 554 acres of protected, untouched Sequoia sempervirens, otherwise known as coastal redwoods. 

These trees range from 400- to 800-years old and can grow up to 250 feet high, which can make for a spectacular Instagram photo or two. 

Whether you are an adventure-seeker, an avid photographer or you want to just do what comes naturally, Muir Woods is the perfect addition to your San Francisco trip - whether it's your first or fifth, it never fails to be memorable in every way.

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