Six Rivers National Forest


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Six Rivers National Forest in California is a great destination for photographers due to its diverse landscapes, including lush old-growth forests, rugged coastlines, and cascading waterfalls. The forest offers a variety of hiking trails and scenic drives, each with its own unique features, such as the Lady Bird Johnson Grove which is a great spot for capturing the beauty of the ancient redwoods. Additionally, the forest is home to a diverse array of flora and fauna, making it perfect for nature photography. The forest also has a rich history, as it was named for the six major rivers that flow through it, including the Smith, Klamath, Trinity, Mad, Eel and Van Duzen. Visitors can learn about the history of the forest and the surrounding area at the visitor center, which also serves as a great starting point for exploring the forest.


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