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Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve
KEYWORDS:   Redwood forest
ABOUT 
... a world rich in solitude, silence, and remarkable groves of coast redwoods. A 367.5-foot redwood at Montgomery Woods was once thought to be the tallest tree in the world.

TIPS FOR YOUR VISIT 
  • The weather can be changeable. Summer temperatures can reach the high 80s in July, while in winter, they can dip below 40 degrees. Rain often falls between November and April
  • TRAILS:   A two-mile-long loop trail leads, steeply at first, on a rewarding tour

    MORE INFORMATION AND CONTACTS 
    California State Parks: Montgomery Woods State Natural Reserve
    A nine-acre donation by Robert Orr in 1945 started the reserve, which has been enlarged to 2,743 acres by purchases and donations from Save the Redwoods League.
    CNPS CHAPTER AREA: :   Sanhedrin

    AREA OF THE POLYGON::   2,726 acres
    DENSITY::   0.304 native species per acre