Sequoia National Park

Set under one of the most stunning natural canopies in the world, Sequoia National Park offers a unique outdoor experience amidst groves of giant sequoia trees. Along with marveling at the park’s truly majestic trees, visitors can hike, climb, bike, flyfish, swim and explore caves. 

The park caters to visitors of all ages, ensuring that everyone can experience the awe-inspiring beauty of the sequoia groves. The Sequoia Shuttle offers seasonal transportation from Visalia to the Giant Forest Museum in Sequoia National Park. From there, visitors connect to the free in-park shuttles that go to all the major sites like, the famous General Sherman tree – the largest tree in the world – and Moro Rock. A drive through Mineral King Valley will treat you to views of nearby mountains and the east fork of the Kaweah River, although be prepared for about 90 minutes of tight curves on a narrow road. 

Outdoor enthusiasts looking for high adventure will find hundreds of miles of hiking trails into the Sierra Nevada back country and more than 270 caves. Crystal Cave, a visitor favorite, is lined with marble and filled with a dizzying display of stalactites and stalagmites. 

Whether you snowshoe in the park in the winter or stargaze through the treetops in the summer, Sequoia National Park is the ideal destination for your next outdoor adventure.


Interested in Hiking? Here are a few suggestion of trails to hike. Sequoia National Park Foothills Hiking Trails.

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