IMPORTANT Travel Updates:
Planning to visit Humboldt County?
Here is some important information to ensure your trip is SAFE, stress-free and enjoyable:

Traffic Delays - Last Chance Grade:If you are traveling north to Crescent City or south into Humboldt, expect 30-minute traffic delays on Hwy 101 south of Crescent City, Del Norte County. For updated information visit: https://lastchancegrade.com/schedule

Wildfires:
After temporarily closing some California National Forests for public safety, the USDA Forest Service has announced the  Six Rivers National Forest in eastern Humboldt County has been re-opened.

The Knob Fire burning in the vicinity of Willow Creek has been 100% contained.
If planning to travel on HWY 299, please check the CalTrans website for the most recent road conditions: https://roads.dot.ca.gov

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Drive-Through Trees

One of the most iconic and enduring trademarks of American roadside kitsch is the drive-through tree—only possible with the massive girth of California Redwoods. Of two well-known tree tunnels in Central California, the one in Tuolumne Grove is through a dead tree, and the Wawona Tree in Yosemite fell over in 1969. On California’s Redwood Coast, however, there are three drive-through redwoods still going strong, all of them operated as tourist attractions. When you go for that photo op, don’t forget to fold in your mirrors.

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