Tour Guide

Muir Woods National Monument

By Malvika Kashyap

Lake Guide Team

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Muir Woods is not only a tourist attraction. They travel from all over the world to this cathedral of redwoods to honour nature. Learn more information about this place

Just a few miles north of San Francisco in Marin County, California, sits the Muir Woods National Monument. This is one of the Bay Area's rare remaining old-growth redwood forests

The trees can reach heights of 250 feet and have ages between 400 and 800 years. Flat, simple pathways wind around the woods

On January 9, 1908, President Roosevelt signed legislation to save an old-growth coast redwood forest from extinction, creating Muir Woods National Monument

Red alders, California big leaf maples, tanoaks, and Douglas fir can be seen in the gaps in the shade beneath the redwood trees

Redwood sorrel, ferns, mushrooms, duff, and trash blanket the forest floor. Redwood Creek, which flows year-round through the park, is crossed by a number of bridges

The threatened coho salmon fingerlings, the Pacific wren, woodpeckers, owls, deer, chipmunks, skunks, river otters, and squirrels are just a few examples of the wildlife

More than 380 distinct kinds of plants and animals, including 12 reptile species, 5 amphibian species, 50 bird species, and 27 mammal species, can be found here.

The National Park Service oversees Muir Woods National Monument as a separate park unit within Golden Gate National Recreation Area

The park receives more than 19 million visitors annually and is a treasured local attraction for the 7 million residents of the Bay Area

The park include well-known locations like the Presidio, Alcatraz Island, and Muir Woods National Monument

So friends, this is the basic information I've provided to you. I recommend you to read in detail if you want to learn more about Muir Woods National Monument


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