The magnificent Redwood trees are some of the largest trees in the world! They are found mostly in northern California where cool temperatures, misty rains, and dense fog allow them to grow.

Redwood Trees can live thousands of years. The oldest of these trees can grow to over 300 feet tall. Some rise higher than the Statue of Liberty! A few are so wide that roads can be built through them.

Redwoods trees are preserved in California's Redwood National Park. Every year, nearly a million visitors come to see the giant trees. Others just like to drive along the 33-mile long Avenue of the Giants, a road that winds through the park and surrounding areas.
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2. Some redwood trees are so wide that _________ can be built through them.
4. Redwood National Park is in northern ________________.
7. The Avenue of the ___________ is a road that winds through Redwood National Park.
8. Redwood trees need ___________ temperatures to grow.


1. The oldest redwoods can live _____________ of years.
3. Redwood trees can grow to heights higher than the Statue of _____________.
5. Redwood Trees need dense _____________ to be able to grow.
6. Nearly one ___________ people visit Redwood National Park every year.