You Can Take A Mini "Railroad Bike" Through California's Redwood Forest
Explore in a whole new way.
There's plenty of ways to satisfy your adventure cravings in California. If you've been keeping an eye out for outdoor excursions, chances are, you'll love this one. Did you know that you can take a mini railroad bike ride through California's Redwood Forest?
You'll get to see nature like never before!
These two-person pedal-powered bikes will let you explore deep into the woods on an hour and a half-long journey.
Don't worry - since you have the rail tracks and a professional assistant to guide you, there's no way you can get lost.
The bike rental costs $89.95 for two riders. You can purchase tickets here.
All along the way, you'll get to see jaw-dropping sights including the Pudding Creek Estuary and Glen Blair Junction in peace and quiet.
TBH, it's the perfect romantic getaway for you and your S/O. And if you're still searching for that special someone, why not bring friends or family?
Since the ride is suited for all skill levels, you can bring whoever you want. No experience is needed to ride.
The railbikes include a motorized assist, so if you can get tired, you can take a breather and let the bike do the work for you. Who not let yourself get some much-needed rest and relaxation? Nature can be the best cure.
If you're lucky, you might even see cool local wildlife like deer, Osprey and Blue Herons. Make sure to keep an eye out.
All in all, this escape is a fun way to get back to nature and see parts of the park you may have never seen before. Who knows what you could find?
While you're in the area, you should also check out this amazing Airbnb. It looks like aand you can sleep suspended 35 feet above the Redwood Forest. Talk about a bird's eye view!
Skunk Train Rail Bikes
Price: $89.95 for a two-person bike
Location: 100 W Laurel St., Fort Bragg, CA
Why You Should Go: You can take a mini railroad bike through the Redwoods.
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