The video above features the Great White redwood. Tree climbers find out find out the age of this old beauty and answer some questions including how it escaped the historical harvests.
Byrne-Milliron Forest comprises 402 acres in the Corralitos area. Byrne became a part of the Trust in 1984, and Milliron (pronounced just as the two separate words 'mill' and 'iron') in 2008. The Land Trust owns and manages this property as a working forest, and takes pride in making it available to its members and the public. The forest is a lovely place to hike and explore, with panoramic views of the Pajaro Valley and Monterey Bay, and a 1,000 year old, 250-foot tall "Great White" redwood. Please contact the Land Trust if you would like to schedule a group tour.
Directions to Byrne-Milliron Forest
Byrne-Milliron Trail Map
Birds of Byrne-Milliron Forest
Reptiles of Byrne-Milliron Forest
Amphibians of Byrne-Milliron Forest