hiking

views

forest

wild flowers

walking

nature trips

wildlife

birding

no dogs

trail running

kid friendly

camping

lake

backpacking

river

waterfall

horseback riding

fishing

dogs on leash

off road driving

Created in 1890, Sequoia National Park is home to the largest trees on earth and the tallest peak in the contiguous United States. At 404,063 acres and over 90% of designated wilderness, Sequoia offers over 800 miles of hiking trails. This park protects the Giant Forest, which has the world's largest tree, General Sherman, as well as four of the next nine tallest. It also has over 240 caves, the tallest mountain in the lower 48, Mount Whitney, and the granite dome Moro Rock.

backpacking
10 hours ago

Completed a two night, three day trip up to the campsite where Granite Creek joins Middle Fork Kaweah River (approximately 12 miles). Our ultimate goal was Redwood Meadow, but we decided that fording the river at the spot 2 miles north was not safe so we weren't able to see it. Due to all the snowmelt the creeks are at full strength, and the trail requires multiple creek crossings (one of which you must ford - Mehrten Creek), so bring something to dry off with. Trail itself has multiple fallen trees blocking the path, but none that are show stoppers. Lots of mosquitos!

hiking
11 hours ago

13 hours ago

Very nice trail. There was still some snow on the ground. Lots of shade.

Very enjoyable hike for families. The scenery was breathtaking.

on Congress Trail

15 hours ago

Easy hike for those who want something quick to stretch the legs. Best for beginners, sequoia trees sightseeing and the loop can accommodate wheelchairs and strollers.

on Congress Trail

15 hours ago

Easy hike for those who want something quick to stretch the legs. Best for beginners, sequoia trees sightseeing and the loop can accommodate wheelchairs and strollers.

15 hours ago

Great hike even during the winter! Highly recommend crampons

18 hours ago

Amazing views!

Easy fun hike.

Nice easy trail with beautiful gigantic sequoias.

1 day ago

Due the great snow season this winter, this trail was snow covered after the first mile. The best would be to have yaktrax and two poles. We did see a few who did it with a tree branch. Anything less would not be a good idea. This awesome views and the color or emerald lake make this hike a must for any enthusiast.

Good trails,nice views , nice shady spots to relax next to river. Good day drive

Beautiful walk