PHOTOS: Serenity among the ancient redwoods of Dyerville

Founder's Grove in Dyerville features exposed root systems of fallen trees

  • Michelle Cooper of Eureka enjoys a tranquil moment in Founder’s Grove in Dyerville on Wednesday. Part of Humboldt Redwoods State Park and located just off the Avenue of the Giants, the grove features a plethora of fallen trees and their complex exposed root systems. Among them is the Dyerville Giant, which once stood 362 feet tall and was considered the tallest tree in the park before its fall in 1991. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

  • Michelle Cooper of Eureka enjoys a tranquil moment in Founder’s Grove in Dyerville on Wednesday. Part of Humboldt Redwoods State Park and located just off the Avenue of the Giants, the grove features a plethora of fallen trees and their complex exposed root systems. Among them is the Dyerville Giant, which once stood 362 feet tall and was considered the tallest tree in the park before its fall in 1991. (Shaun Walker — The Times-Standard)

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