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Visit Sequoia National Park

Maya
  • On March 20, 2013

Conveniently located in the heart of California…

sequoia-national-park-granger
Photo by: Fine Art America

Why Sequoia?

Hiking

There are more than 800 miles of Sequoia hiking trails for all abilities.

Moro Rock

Take the 1/3-mile staircase from the parking lot that ascends more than 300 feet which reward you with spectacular views of the western half of Sequoia National Park and the Great Western Divide.

Crystal Cave

Take with you a flashlight and head on over to this cavern of icicle-like stalactites and mounds of stalagmites.

Fly Fishing

Willing to learn. Wonder if the folks over at SierraFlyFisher.com can give us a lesson.

Scenery

Gotta see the General Sherman Tree: ~2,100 years old, weighs approximately 2.7 million pounds, 275 feet tall, and is considered the largest living tree in the world!!!

Wildlife

From birds to bears, Sequoia is home to over 300 different kinds of animals.

Resources:
VisitSequoia.com
National Park Services – Sequoia & Kings Canyon

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