Tuolumne Grove Trail is a 3.2 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Yosemite National Park, California that features beautiful wild flowers and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, nature trips, and birding and is accessible from March until November.
Fantastic Hike with some steeper parts on the way back up but nothing too hard. Great views and awesome giant sequoias. I almost expected some "ewoks" to come and greet me :). Did this in May 2015 and loved it.
Beautiful and must see. Steep downgrade first mile (and last mile is a steep uphill) but the rest is pretty flat and insanely beautiful. Gigantic sequoia trees (some of the largest in the nation). Lots to explore. One of my son's favorite hikes ever.
1 mile downhill to a beautiful loop through the giant trees. Enjoyed the shade of this hike as my last hike in Yosemite in the late afternoon. The hike back up is back up for 1 mile so save yourself some water!
Don't take the pinecones, don't even touch them. I was sad to see so many visitors to the park not following the simple rule...
pretty easy hike. super pretty trees!
Nice fairly short trail. My grandchildren and I took it primarily because Mariposa Grove is closed for the next year.
the sequoias were amazing great hike
This is a rare trail that descends at the beginning and then you've got to trek back up to the parking lot (which has restrooms.) The sequoia trees were really cool to see up close, their size is amazing.