Sequoia National Park

Home to the world's largest known living single-stem tree, the massive General Sherman Tree, Sequoia National Park is nothing short of extraordinary.

Other one-and-only opportunities include climbing 400 steps up the granite dome to the summit of Moro Rock. See peaks of the Great Western Divide, foothills, and San Joaquin Valley to the west, with the vast deep wilderness to the east. The park includes even more unique features, like Crystal Cave, the Tunnel Log, and the Giant Forest Museum.  

Before you visit, stay up to date on the latest park conditions by visiting the National Park Service website.




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