Sequoia National Park

Where else in the world could you drive through a toppled tree trunk and scale to mountain lookouts above the clouds on the Great Western Divide? Answer: Nowhere except the Sequoia National Park. A glimpse at General Sherman can start the ball rolling. No, that’s not a famous army vet, but the largest tree on the globe at 84 meters high. Then, hit the switchbacks of the High Sierra Trail for sweeping views you’ll never forget.

Where else in the world could you drive through a toppled tree trunk and scale to mountain lookouts above the clouds on the Great Western Divide? Answer: Nowhere except the Sequoia National Park. A glimpse at General Sherman can start the ball rolling. No, that’s not a famous army vet, but the largest tree on the globe at 84 meters high. Then, hit the switchbacks of the High Sierra Trail for sweeping views you’ll never forget.

Sequoia National Park in California is a testament to the power of nature with vast mountainous landscapes of deep canyons, caverns, and plenty of gorgeous plant life. This park and the neighboring Kings Canyon National Park are famous for ancient, towering Sequoia trees.

Camping, hiking, sequoia trees

Sequoia National Park and its sister park, Kings Canyon, are all about the trees - home to the largest tree in the world, General Sherman, America's Christmas Tree, General Grant, and the famous Tunnel Log.

Where else in the world could you drive through a toppled tree trunk and scale to mountain lookouts above the clouds on the Great Western Divide? Answer: Nowhere except the Sequoia National Park. A glimpse at General Sherman can start the ball rolling. No, that’s not a famous army vet, but the largest tree on the globe at 84 meters high. Then, hit the switchbacks of the High Sierra Trail for sweeping views you’ll never forget.

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