Trinity National Forest is located in Northern California and offers a variety of outdoor activities such as hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing. To get to Trinity National Forest from the nearest major city, Redding:
1. Start by heading north on Interstate 5 (I-5) for approximately 35 miles.
2. Take exit 678B toward CA-299 W/Weaverville/Eureka.
3. Merge onto CA-299 W and continue driving west for about 50 miles.
If you are coming from Eureka or any other location along Highway 101:
1. Head south on US Hwy 101 until reaching Arcata.
2. Take Exit #728 towards Blue Lake/Arcata Airport/Humboldt State University/Samoa Peninsula
3.Merge onto Giuntoli Ln then turn left at Janes Rd which will take you over HWYs into Bayside Cutoff Road
4.Turn right at Jacoby Creek road after crossing Mad River Bridge
6.Continue straight through roundabout staying on Jacobsen Lane/Jacoby Creek Road till intersection with Old Arcata rd where it becomes Fickle Hill Rd stay straighr another mile before turning left ont Kneeland RD
Once you reach Weaverville:
4.Take a slight right onto Main St/CA-3 N/Cecilville Rd., following signs for Cecilville/Gazelle/Fort Jones/Yreka.
5.Follow this road for approximately one hour until arriving at your destination within Trinity National Forest.
Please note that these directions provide an overview route; however, it's always recommended to use GPS navigation systems or maps during your journey to ensure accuracy based on current conditions.
Enjoy exploring the beautiful Trinity National Forest!