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Trees of Mystery, Klamath

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Forest · Mysterious Site
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Glide among the tops of giant redwood trees in an enclosed gondola at Trees of Mystery. Giant wooden statues of Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, among the sculptures and carvings illustrating the adventures of this famous logger and his crew, will greet you. Put on your hiking shoes and explore the more physically demanding wilderness trail. After seeing trees shaped like an elephant, a candelabrum, and a cathedral, rest under painted ceilings of the forest cafe. Finish your journey at the museum, which features a large collection of Native American arts and crafts, including basketry, beadwork, shell work, and a modern stone carving. Use our Klamath online tour itinerary planner to arrange your visit to Trees of Mystery and other attractions in Klamath.
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  • Was pleasantly surprised at this attraction. From the highway it looks like a roadside attraction from the 60’s/70’s. After getting inside and walking around it was beautiful. Nice walkways to use.....  more
    Was pleasantly surprised at this attraction. From the highway it looks like a roadside attraction from the 60’s/70’s. After getting inside and walking around it was beautiful. Nice walkways to use.....  more »
  • We never went in, but we stopped outside and took some pictures with Paul Bunyan and Blue. Its a pretty cool photo op and it wasn't that busy so would be a nice place to stop 
    We never went in, but we stopped outside and took some pictures with Paul Bunyan and Blue. Its a pretty cool photo op and it wasn't that busy so would be a nice place to stop  more »
  • Nice roadside attraction of the big trees and some history too. We were on our way to the Redwoods Forest near Eureka and stopped here. We spent about 2 hours seeing almost everything (which included....  more
    Nice roadside attraction of the big trees and some history too. We were on our way to the Redwoods Forest near Eureka and stopped here. We spent about 2 hours seeing almost everything (which included....  more »
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  • Awesome place to visit! I believe it's like $20 for entrance. Love the views & all the crazy trees! 🌳 Went with friends & family, had a blast walking around & taking the gondola to the top. Trail down vs going back on gondola is a 6 a best between 1-10 for difficulty. If you're completely out of shape, not recommend trail back down from gondola. Great sights from heights to looking up. Crazy nature! Reminds me of the mystery spot but much bigger for a place! I would recommend visiting. The weather up north is so much fresh & colder compared to being from the bay. Had an exciting time.
  • Very fun trail. The canopy trail was the best part. We ended up leaving before we could get to the Sky Trail because the line was too long, so we walked back. Will definitely try the Sky Trail next time. They have a Café across the street (but we didn't go. But it's nice to keep that in mind.) Also, the gift shop was really cute.
  • Great family friendly experience. The sky bridge and gondola ride were fun. Clean and well kept facilities. Easy walking paths. Nice gift shop an museum. $20 per person 12+ and $11 for 5-11. Bathrooms located around the park so your no more than a few minutes from a bathroom.
  • Such a fun place! It's been there since 1931 and in talking to my mom, both my grandparents and great grandparents had been there. Lots of neat history here, and the trees are amazing! I would have paid the entrance fee just for the suspended walkways alone. Takes about 2-3 hours to see everything at a slower pace and taking photos, so you don't need to plan to spend the whole day here. There are lots of free trailheads to add to your adventure, but we really felt this one was worth paying for.
  • This is a great experience for families. Good price for a beautiful walk in the woods & gondola ride to a magnificent view. Kids can learn a lot about these majestic trees that are hundreds of years old & impervious to pests. The trail down from the gondola is a very steep walk, so not recommended for families or anyone that is not in shape to hold themselves back on steep, slippery downhills but it is very beautiful & quiet.

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