Don’t miss the largest living tree on Earth, towering at 275 feet tall and 36 feet wide.
Explore the largest concentration of giant sequoias in the world, with over 8,000 trees.
Learn more about the history and ecology of the sequoias and the park at this interactive museum.
Climb 390 steps to the top of this granite dome and enjoy panoramic views of the park and beyond.
Follow a scenic trail along the Kaweah River to reach this impressive 1,200-foot waterfall.
Experience a unique drive through a fallen sequoia tree that has a 17-foot wide tunnel carved into it.
Snap a photo by this iconic rock formation that used to be part of the old Generals Highway.
Enjoy a peaceful walk through a lush meadow surrounded by sequoias and wildlife.
Stay overnight in one of the many campgrounds in the park and immerse yourself in nature.
Experience the beauty of the park in different times of the year, from spring wildflowers to winter snow.
Extend your trip and visit the neighboring Kings Canyon National Park, which offers more stunning landscapes and trails.
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