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Hurtle through the forest, 150 feet above the ground

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Most of the time, your only chance to check out the upper reaches of a giant redwood is when one falls to the ground.

Unless you head south to the Santa Cruz mountains for Mount Hermon Redwood Canopy Tours.

With six ziplines -- one longer than 400 feet -- and two sky bridges suspended 150 feet above the forest floor, you'll explore a giant redwood forest Rise of The Planet of The Apes-style.

Although unlike in the movie, you won't wish you could take back the two hours spent at Mount Hermon. But you'll see the Bay Area's native forests from a new perspective.

Choose from a guided adventure, or a self-guided path through the Sequoia Adventure Course, which allows you to buddy up to take on high-flying physical challenges whose comparative awesomeness has not been seen since the days of Double Dare.

Minus the green slime, of course.

Mount Hermon Redwood Canopy Tours mounthermon.org
37 Conference Dr., Mount Hermon
(831) 335-4466
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Price: $40-80 here

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