See the Northern California Redwoods Covered in Snow

It was a snowy weekend all throughout Northern California this weekend, with some snow levels dropping all the way down to near sea level. With some of the beaches even seeing a snow dusting on Sunday, there were rarely snowy areas that received a white covering.

One of those areas was the Redwoods of NorCal, some of which got absolutely covered in snow during the storm. With the North Coast photographers jonesing to get a rare view of the snowy redwoods, they took to the forest to snap photos of the event.

See the best photos from the snowy redwoods of Northern California:

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Sunrise at LBJ Grove this morning was out of this world we arrived at the perfect moment and every way we looked was a spectacular display of Mother Nature at her finest. It was good to see so many people trying to get out today and enjoy this rare occurrence. ✨ – – – #lostcoast #humboldt #humboldtcounty #humboldtbasecamp #theradwoodcoast #redwoodnationalpark #nationalparks #ladybirdjohnsongrove #humboldtmade #oldgrowth #creativevisuals #redwoods #roam247 #earthexperience #theoutbound #rawcalifornia #caliexplored #emeraldtriangle #northerncalifornia #naturalcalifornia #adventurenthusiasts #optoutside #wildernessculture #westbysouthwest #parksproject #visualsofearth #pacout

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A stroll in the redwoods this morning

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So cool! Honestly, seeing the redwoods covered in snow only happens once every few years. So it’s important to enjoy its rare beauty when it happens. Thanks to these wonderful photographers who bared the cold conditions to show us the winter redwood magic!

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