These ancient trees are especially striking under a snowy blanket.
We’re lucky to live minutes away from the tallest, biggest trees in the world. You can head just across the Golden Gate Bridge and check out Muir Woods, which has amazing redwood trees that are between 600 and 800 years old and up to 300 feet (91 meters) tall.
But if you’re willing to drive a little farther, Sequoia National Park has some impressive trees as well. And it snows there. The park is about 4 and a half hours from San Francisco, and there’s still some snow around, at least for now.
If you can’t make the trip in person, you’ve got to see these amazing photos of the snowy Sequoias!
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