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Trees of Mystery and SkyTrail

Trees of Mystery in Klamath, CA, is a fun, dog-friendly tourist stop with a giant Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox, gift shop, Native American Museum, trails through the redwoods with redwood "oddities and examples of growing patterns" and lastly, their SkyTrail - a sky tram that takes you up through the redwoods to a lookout. Enjoy views of the ocean from up top as well as redwoods and wilderness. Fido is welcome (they'll even lend you a leash) on the tram, as well as the trails and into the buildings. There is an admission fee. Visit Website

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Trees of Mystery and SkyTrail has received a rating of 5.0 out of 5 bones by 13 canine critics on BringFido and 4.5 out of 5 by 1,221 guests on TripAdvisor.

  • Andy
    Oct. 19, 2022
    Every dog must ride the SkyTrail!

    Very very dog friendly! A great "walk" with a ride of a (dog's) lifetime on the SkyTrail. Stayed at Hotel Trees across the street (also VERY dog friendly). A rare forrest walk that welcomes dogs.

  • Ashley
    Apr. 16, 2021
    Lots of fun!

    Very dog and kid friendly. We had a lot of fun walking the trails and riding the gondola. The only thing dogs can’t do is the canopy walking tour. There were waste bags and trash cans in different areas.

  • Justina
    Jul. 14, 2020
    Dog Friendly

    Love that I was able to bring my dog Luna , to explore with the family . They had waste bags available and garbage cans just Incase your fur baby couldn’t hold it. She enjoyed walking and sniffing all around . Fun for the whole family!

  • Jennifer
    Jun. 29, 2020
    Super Dog Friendly.

    they are super dog friendly here as long as you have your pup on a leash. they can also accompany you in the store.

  • Kevin
    Apr. 3, 2018
    Something fun to do with the dog!

    It nice to find an attraction that you can take your furry child along with you.

    The large Paul Bunyan statue interacts with the guests in the parking lot which is fun to watch.

    The trees are incredible and our dog loved walking around and sniffing all the new smells.

    The Tram ride was fun but our dog is not so crazy about the ride. She was a little nervous but survived the ride.

    It is so nice to have something to do that you can take your dog along.

  • Pia
    Dec. 31, 2017
    I wish I could give more bones

    This is the most dog friendly site I've been too. Staff love seeing dogs and give out treats. They are allowed in the gift shop, museums, trails, and sky tram. They even stopped the tram so our dog could go in (as she was scared to go into the moving tram). They also provide dogs bags if you need it.

  • Natalie
    More than a year ago
    Trip Must!

    They were extremely dog friendly! The employees went out of their way to play or interact with our dogs. Highly recommend visiting!

  • Stephanie
    More than a year ago
    Extremely dog friendly

    I stopped here on my way up the coast toward Oregon. It's a total tourist hub, but so are most places along 101. They are SO dog friendly, even large dogs. They just ask you keep them on leash and pick up after them (this should be a given for all pet owners in public areas). I was able to take my dog with me on all trails (Sky tram included!), in the shop, and in the museum. The staff was very friendly and there was no extra charge for him to come with me. I went early when there wasn't a lot of people. Had a great time!

  • Mel
    More than a year ago
    great experience

    I was surprised they were so pet friendly. I had Monster all set up for another boring car stay when I saw the dog sign. I doubled checked and then grabbed Monster. He loved it! A nice path with many red woods and signs telling about them. The hike was not too bad for mommy, even with a dog pulling me towards every tree. The gondola was fun. I had to pick up Monster because he was scared of the doors. The staff was comforting about it and once inside, Monster calmed down. The view from the top was nice too. I was very impressed mainly because of how pet friendly they were. I was also given dog treats and bags. This is a great stop!

  • Keith & Angela Austin
    More than a year ago
    Our Dog

    Thank you so much for putting your reviews here as it has helped us to decide to take our dog Izzy on the Tram with us

  • Alicia
    More than a year ago
    Pet Friendly

    We spent most of an afternoon here. The place is beautiful with many varieties of trees with signs and speaking booths to talk a little about what you are seeing. It was wonderful to find a place that was dog friendly where we could wander and see some of the Redwoods. We took the tram ride, they provided instruction on the best way to approach with our dog. (wasn't overly impressed with the view, but it was still enjoyable, expected to be more in redwood trees). At the end you go through the gift shop, they have some good fudge (free samples) and nice post cards. They allowed the dog to be everywhere in the store, which was nice. I really enjoyed this place, and would recommend a visit if in the area. The price is now $15 (or was when we went in March).

  • Michelle
    More than a year ago
    Fun With Puppy

    Our puppy max could come with us on the walking trails, store/museum AND on the skytram (which max wasn't to excited about which is why we ran down the hill instead of taking it back down). Very accommodating and a must place stop to see the trees!

  • Janeth
    More than a year ago
    Annabelle and Leon loved it

    We took our golden retriever and Boston Terrier on the Sky Tram and we all enjoyed the view. We were happy that we didn't have to leave the dogs in the car, as it was warm that day. We appreciated them lending us a leash too, as we only had one. This attraction also has a nice trail with a forest experience theme, and the Native American Museum is known to be top notch. Across the street is a motel and cafe. I don't know if the motel allows pets.

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