General Sherman Tree Trail is a 0.8 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Sequoia National Park, California that features a great forest setting. The trail is good for all skill levels and primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips.
Fun easy walk on a paved trail to see the largest tree in the world!
Short and easy trail to a huge and impressive old growth tree. Four stars because of the crowds that you will always see.
Another one I remembered from my youth. Awesome tree!
There are stairs so not really suitable for strollers. GREAT paved walk
How can anyone say no to walking beneath these behemoths?
Easy short walk on Pavement to see a giant tree. Worth it
Very easy and short hike on pavement.
The hike down is easy, the hike back up a little challenging but there are plenty of benches and rest stops along the way so you can enjoy the largest tree on earth.
Lovely trees! The sign for elevation gain was around 250 feet- so consider your level of fitness. Beautiful walk, though crowded which was to be expected.
Unforgettable. Must go.
If you want a hike in the woods this is NOT it, (Go to Grant's Grove) If you want a walk in the park, then this is a must do, Easy (yes) Crowded (yes)... But how often do you get to see the "biggest" of something
Pretty much the only way to see the worlds largest tree. :) Good to work for it a little. Also has some good options for extending the hike.