|Height:||361.81+ ft||(110.28+ m)||Elevation:||281 ft (86 m)||GPS Latitude:||40.34978|
|Volume:||Creek:||Bull Creek||GPS Longitude:||-123.99427|
|Width:||12.60 ft||(3.84 m)||Grove:||Upper Bull Creek Flat||Discovery Date:|
|Age:||Park:||Humboldt Redwoods SP||Discovered By:||Michael W. Taylor|
Notes: Rockview is the 25th tallest tree in Humboldt Redwoods State Park and the 3rd tallest tree on Upper Bull Creek Flat. Naturalist Michael W. Taylor named the tree Rockview because it grows directly across Bull Creek from Rockefeller.
Drive: Rockview is 197 mi (317 km) north of San Francisco near the community of Weott.
Northbound: From U.S. Highway 101 just north of Weott, take exit 663 South Fork Honeydew and turn left onto California State Route 254 (Avenue of the Giants). Turn left under the bridge onto Bull Creek/Mattole Road.
Southbound: From U.S. Highway 101 just north of Weott, take exit 663 South Fork Honeydew and turn right onto Bull Creek/Mattole Road.
Hike: Hike from the parking lot toward Bull Creek and cross the seasonal footbridge, if available. The trail veers left/east just after you cross the footbridge. Turn right at the Flat Iron Tree sign and hike south, past the fallen Flat Iron Tree to an unmarked trail junction. Turn right here and hike west to the trail exit point near 40.34995 -123.99402. Leave the trail here and hike southwest 90 ft (27 m) to Rockview.
Creek Warning: Rockview is not accessible from the Big Trees Area parking lot when Bull Creek has high water levels and the seasonal footbridge is not installed. It is best to visit Rockview from July through October when Bull Creek is low enough to wade across. To visit Rockview whenever Bull Creek is impassable, use the 0.9 mi (1.4 km) longer alternate route via Bull Creek Flats Trail South.
|Rating:||Easy||One-Way Distance:||0.2 mi||(0.3 km)||Ascent:||58 ft||(18 m)|
|Time:||10 min||Off-Trail:||90 ft||(27 m)||Descent:||64 ft||(20 m)|
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Photos: Pictures of Rockview Tree taken from different sides