United States California
Sequoia National Park
A majestic park in California famous for its towering ancient trees, including the world's largest by volume, and rugged mountain landscapes.
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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.
jrfrancis 4 years ago
Sequoia National Park is an essential stop on any California National Parks road trip that includes the majesty of Yosemite and the stark beauty of Death Valley. Nestled in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains, it is renowned for its gargantuan ancient sequoias, especially the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree on Earth by volume. This park offers a verdant, mountainous counterpoint to Yosemite's dramatic granite cliffs and Death Valley's arid desert landscapes, providing a diverse glimpse into California's vast natural wonders.
gocamp 6 days ago
Sequoia National Park is a must-visit destination on any California National Park road trip, known for its sky-scraping sequoias including the General Sherman Tree, the largest tree on Earth by volume. Nestled in the southern Sierra Nevada mountain range, this park offers breathtaking mountain landscapes, deep canyons, and a variety of wildlife. While exploring Sequoia, be sure to drive through the Tunnel Log, hike part of the Pacific Crest Trail, and enjoy the panoramic views from Moro Rock.
seeker 4 months ago
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.
seeker 3 years ago
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.
chiefseeker 3 years ago
Camping, hiking, sequoia trees
lwithrow 3 years ago
Sequoia National Park Guides
- gocamp (GoCamp ) Embarking on a California road trip from the majestic cliffs of Yosemite to the sun-scorched sands of Death Valley is like flipping through the most diverse pages of nature's grand portfolio. Picture this: one day you're gazing in awe at the towering granite monoliths and cascading waterfalls of Yosemite Valley, and the next, you're wandering amidst the alien landscapes of the lowest, hottest, and driest national park in North America. This is no ordinary journey; it's a transition between extremes, an exploration that really puts into perspective the magnificence and diversity of the natural wonders our world has to offer. Buckle up for an adventure that takes you from the cool, forest-clad Sierra Nevada to the stark and mesmerizing beauty of the Mojave Desert.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) The US boasts an impressive 63 national parks, each with its own distinct character, awe inspiring views and countless ways to connect with nature. The parks are managed by the National Park Service which offers an annual pass for access to all 63 parks throughout the year for one flat price. Let's explore.
- chiefseeker (Jody Vandergriff) California boasts 9 national parks - more than any other state. Each park is distinct from the next - from the largest tree in the world at Sequoia National Park to the underwater world of Channel Islands - California offers non stop beauty and intrigue.
- seeker (Seeker Editors) Pack your bags and get ready for an epic road trip through the Golden State's most breathtaking landscapes. From the towering trees of Sequoia National Park to the serene vistas of Point Reyes National Seashore, our California National Park road trip guide covers all the must-see spots to fuel your wanderlust. Whether you're a seasoned hiker looking for your next challenge or a nature lover in search of tranquil beauty, this journey has something for everyone. Buckle up, and let's hit the road, taking in the dazzling array of ecosystems and unforgettable experiences each stop along the way has to offer.
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