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Visited on October 17th 2018. We wanted to see the giant sequoias. These are breathtaking (General Sherman & Sentential especially) but actually the entire park is spectacular. Wrap up. It gets cold the higher you go. As well as the beautiful trees our other highlights...More
This park is huge! It can take you an hour to drive from one spot to another.
Entrance fee is $35. You can pre pay online to make things faster. We went in through the 198 entrance. The visitors center was a mile in. Don’t...More
If you haven't seen the giant sequoias first hand, you are missing out of the greatest and most humbling experience of a lifetime. No matter the season it changes year around, it is a must see in person! A textbook, video or a picture does...More
It is a beautiful place to visit, the redwoods and sequoias are huge, and the walking trails in these forests are relaxing. The Moro rock and the trail to the top is a dare to expedition but one you are up there the views are...More
Sequoia national Park is absolutely beautiful. Plan on taking several hours to get through it the roads are curvy and there is some road construction but it is well worth the wait if you have to stop. Make sure you stop at the visitor center...More
Visited the National park to see the Sequoia trees. We were not disappointed. They are magnificent. Luckily for us, it was a sunny day, this made them look even more beautiful.
Don’t drive past if you are in the area. They are too good to...More
Beautiful drive as soon as you enter the park, beautiful forest and amazing giant sequoias. Went straight to see general Sherman with it’s imposing size. Nice walk to the area including a fallen sequoia that has been made into a short tunnel. Loved the temperature...More
I couldn’t get over the Sherman tree it was so big. The path to the tree is well paved but it does have steps with no railings. Luckily I had hiking poles with me to help me navigate up and down the steps. The pamphlet...More