Sequoia
National Forest

Sequoia National Forest is located in the southern Sierra Nevada mountains of California. The U.S. National Forest is named for the majestic Giant Sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) trees which populate 38 distinct groves within the boundaries of the forest. The Giant Sequoia National Monument is located in the national forest. Other notable features include glacier-carved landscapes and impressiv…
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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For entry-level, class C canyoneering, it doesn’t get any better than the Seven …
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Deer Creek Grove is the southernmost grove of giant sequoias. Reachable by a sho…
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Located on a mountainside high above Camp Nelson, a little-used and mostly level…
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Buena Vista is Spanish for "good view," which is exactly what you’re going to ge…
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This hike starts in the low-elevation Belknap Camp grove, where sequoias grow am…
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Camp Nelson Trail, Giant Sequoia National Monument, California: 3.6 mile route a…
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The Belknap Complex has the best sequoia hiking in the Giant Sequoia National Mo…
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A short and strenuous little-known trip to an incredible secluded canyon waterfa…
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This prominent north-south trending ridge divides the Redwood Canyon and the Sto…
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Jordan Hot Springs is one of my favorite spots in the Golden Trout Wilderness (p…
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The Trail of 100 Giants is the most popular attraction in the Giant Sequoia Nati…
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This difficult-to-reach grove is near the middle of a long dirt road that stretc…
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Giant Sequoia National Monument protects two large sections of the forest along …
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This peaceful trail descends a long hillside thtrough the pristine, unlogged Fre…
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Big Baldy Trail, in the Grant Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park, Calif…
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The Kern River Valley is a year-round outdoor destination, with recreational opp…
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