6 Epic Hikes to Explore the Majestic Sequoia National Park


Sequoia National Park is home to some of the most impressive trees in the world. But there’s more to this park than just giant sequoias.

The General Sherman Tree is the largest living tree on Earth. It stands 275 feet tall and has a circumference of 103 feet.

General Sherman Tree Trail


The Congress Trail is a 2-mile loop that starts at the General Sherman Tree and takes you through the heart of the Giant Forest.

Congress Trail


Moro Rock is a granite dome that offers stunning views of the Great Western Divide and the foothills. To reach the top, climb the 400 steps of the Moro Rock Trail.

Moro Rock Trail


Tokopah Falls is the highest waterfall in Sequoia National Park, plunging 1,200 feet over a granite cliff.

Tokopah Falls Trail


The Big Trees Trail is a 1.3-mile loop that circles around a meadow surrounded by giant sequoias. This trail is easy and accessible, with interpretive.

Big Trees Trail


The Alta Peak Trail is a challenging 14-mile round-trip hike that climbs over 4,000 feet from Wolverton to the summit.

Alta Peak Trail


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