Trail of 100 Giants

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Trail of 100 Giants is a 1.3 mile loop trail located near Springville, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and walking and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

DISTANCE
1.3 miles
ELEVATION GAIN
121 feet
ROUTE TYPE
Loop

dog friendly

kid friendly

hiking

mountain biking

walking

walking
2 days ago

Super easy little hike. All paved. Great for the little ones and lots of information. Can be really crowded at times. I’ve been here about 5-6 times. More crowded on the weekends.

4 days ago

Amazing. Super accessible to all. It’s a paved walkway the whole length

9 days ago

Great space to stop & stretch your legs.
This is more of a botanical garden type walk with a paved trail. There is a shortloop or you can add a 2nd loop for a little longer of a walk. Pro: It's a very friendly place. $5 to park across the street. well marked. Accessible for those using wheelchairs & mobility devices. Cons: It is popular & 1 of the more crowded places in the forest. The accessibility features don't extend to signage.

hiking
24 days ago

This area used to be a good hunting area way back when I was young. It is still beautiful and a nice walk around. The camp ground, if not full, is nice also. I go there often, think about when I was a boy sitting under one of these trees watching everything, listening to the wend and watching for deer. Used to be so quiet then. How things change. The mountains are full of redwood groves, just have to get out and find them.

walking
28 days ago

Nice and easy little stroll amongst some very majestic sequoias~! This is a very popular spot so be prepared to have to wait a little bit if you’re into taking pictures at certain trees. $5 to park right across from the trailhead. Sunscreen and bug spray will be helpful for you and your furry companion. Please be respectful of these amazing giants and Mother Nature in general—it was so upsetting to see that people have written dumb nonsense on logs and whatnot....stay on the trail and clean up after yourself and your pup(s).

walking
29 days ago

Peaceful, nice, low traffic, $5 parking, well maintained, etc

Would be better with free parking and signs for the trees.

hiking
1 month ago

My first hike after knee replacement surgery. This trail is paved and wheelchair friendly. The giant sequoia's are majestic and it is permitted to walk up and touch them. Unfortunately the Pine Bark Beetles killed the pines in the area and most of them had to be cut down as a precaution against a canopy fire. Federal National Monument regulations prevent the removal of the felled trees so the logs litter the area. Although this is unsightly the walk is still magnificent. There is a campground across the road and a parking lot for hikers. The lot is run by a state agency and well worth the $5 fee for its public toilets and nice picnic tables. This is an easy hike for children and seniors.

1 month ago

Easy, pretty and dog friendly, but it is sad/annoying to see all the people defacing the trees and roaming off trail. Still, the Giants are always breathtaking to see. :)

walking
1 month ago

Beautiful trail where you can take pictures during your walk.

1 month ago

Loved this trail. It was an easy trail and absolutely beautiful. Lots of giant sequoias to see.

1 month ago

Beautiful

1 month ago

Access roads to trail are open, beautiful walking path through the trees

nature trips
1 month ago

Nice calm and relaxing walk

hiking
2 months ago

Awesome easy hike.

hiking
4 months ago

My brother and I were excited to checkout the trees on the trail but M-90 was closed a couple of miles before the trail. I've looked on the National Forest website and didn't see any reason as to why it was closed but figured I'd post here so others don't miss out.

4 months ago

Magical

hiking
5 months ago

Beautiful. I recommend camping the night at Redwood across the street from this trail if staying in the area. That way you can visit the trail early a.m. or late p.m. to avoid the crowds. It was such a treat to walk among these giants at dawn.

hiking
5 months ago

Beautiful hike, very easy! Nice paved trail. Great for kids and dogs.

hiking
6 months ago

very easy trail. I enjoyed the nice walk with my dogs

7 months ago

This trail is a nice way to start or end your day. Very flat and paved--probably even okay for wheelchairs. We went as the sun was setting for about 40 minutes and there were still people admiring the giants. It's hard to conceptualize their size until you see them in person.

8 months ago

Beautiful, quick loop with the most breathtaking sequoia trees. Just very short.

walking
8 months ago

Nice, easy trail...kid and dog friendly. There was a fair amount of clean up activity from years of drought and subsequent insect damage, however, the scenery was nonetheless astounding.

hiking
9 months ago

Nice walk, Just amazing.

hiking
9 months ago

Gentle meander on a paved footpath amidst the giants. Fairly busy, family friendly with kids screaming along the way

hiking
9 months ago

We topped off our day with 100 Giants after hiking The Seven Teacups. A nice way to finish the day. The trees were awe inspiring.

9 months ago

Awesome. Second round. Ill have another!

hiking
10 months ago

Better than going to see General Sherman as you actually get to touch and climb on these trees.

hiking
11 months ago

Beautiful hike, very easy and well shaded, we brought along out little dog and he enjoyed it too. Definitely recommended !

11 months ago

Me and the family did this trail last year. OK for beginners and you can also take kids.

11 months ago

An easy walk through the woods around massive trees.

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