hiking

no dogs

views

forest

walking

nature trips

birding

wild flowers

wildlife

trail running

kid friendly

camping

backpacking

lake

river

waterfall

fishing

horseback riding

dogs on leash

off road driving

snowshoeing

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
3 days ago

awesome trail!
nice swimming hole at the end.

hiking
3 days ago

Beautiful little look out. The parking lot is right at the base of this thing. Not hard at all. Sunrises up there are stunning!

The best view ever!!!

The kids had a great time. There was still some snow, so the kids enjoyed that. Would definitely do again!

Great trip. Going over black rock pass is challenging but completely worth the effort to get to little five lakes on the other side.

on Moro Rock Trail

hiking
5 days ago

Definitely a shorter hike, but still worth wild. The view at the end was incredible.

This trail was very easy and fun to explore!

it's alright for those who are sight-seeing. it's become far too much of a tourist trap though - get there early to avoid crowds

Perfect time of year to be on this trail. I took it to Panther Creek and camped there on a Saturday night. Lots of spots to tarp/tent or hang. Excellent weather(70/40) with nice snowy views to the east. Water was plentiful, but none of the creek crossings to that point had any deep water. The road to the trailhead/Buckeye Flat campground is closed at this point for the winter but do not let that stop you from jumping on this awesome trail. You’ll need to park at the picnic area on Sherman’s Highway at the intersection of Buckeye Flat. It tacks on an additional two miles but was along the river and I encountered many mule deer along the way. When the road forks, go left on the rough road. The gate on the right goes to Buckeye Flat campground and Paradise trail. Happy hiking!

Hiked a few miles but didn’t complete. Planning on overnight camping to Crescent Meadows.

A sequoia grove Muir would be proud of. Special place.

hiking
8 days ago

First time hike. It’s really steep but so worth it. There are pit stops so you can regain your breath. It’s pretty view of the mountains. Would love to go again

Awesome place to go. Views are beautiful and road in has alot of places to stop and walk around. I've seen marmonts there at times. probably should have a truck or something with some ground clearance, trail can get a little rough at times.

hiking
9 days ago

Great view and intriguing trail!

one of the best views of the different colors over the sky. i was able to see some very distinct shade of blue, navy amd even green. The sunset was purely breathtaking and we just sat there in peace and in awe of nature's beauty

I went on Saturday and I’m a total beginner haha It was super cloudy/foggy and a bit steep for me since just starting out but was super cool to climb. beautiful and a bit spooky due to weather- loved it!

Went on a whim driving through. Very good hike to a very nice view. Has a marker on top stating the altitude. kinda cool.

Good hike. Not too steep, not too many people. I would suggest you go when it's cold due to ticks. Watch out for newts.

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