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Grant Grove
Forests, Nature & Wildlife Areas, Points of Interest & Landmarks
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Points of Interest & Landmarks
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#1 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
It had wonderful views and interesting information about the trees and history of the place.
It was awesome to walk amongst (even through one) the huge trees and take in the surronding sites.
#2 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
This is a Must See if you are visiting Sequoia National Park !!! Great paved pathway (0.5 mile )well maintained and beautiful the whole way from the Parking Area provides easy accessibility for all to view the Gen...
The drive up to the tree is a narrow, switchbacked road with many twists and turns and amazing views as you climb several thousand feet up to the majestic Sequoias.
#3 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Lots of turnouts with great views; trails short and long; Grizzly Falls, Roaring RIver Falls, and many many beautiful wildflowers in bloom.
This scenic byway is just off the main highway and well worth the time and effort required for a true feast for the eyes in taking in additional sights in this remarkable National Park...Take a sweater or jacket a...
#4 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Now in Sequoia National park we are again in awe of magnificent trees, Grants Grove and General Sherman, the largest living tree on the planet, as well as the great views of the Sierra Nevada mountain ranges, the...
It was incredible to see the beauty all around with an unobstructed view and the smell of the trees in the air was amazing!
#5 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
You have to walk on the road, and there may be some cars passing by, but you get to really appreciate the great trees, and the views are amazing.
It was made about 75 years ago and still remains a treasured site in Sequoia to this day!
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#7 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
(Read the plaque) Unlike many obscure indigenous art sites in the Southwest, this little treasure is actually explainable.
#8 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Staff at John Muir Lodge were more than helpful and the camp sites were quiet despite what appeared to be a fully booked week in late August.
#9 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
The temperature was wonderful and the views terrific.
Camp sites were easy to find, and the people we met were super.
#10 of 18 Sights & Landmarks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
If you can stand the climb to the top you will be rewarded with amazing 360 views.
The view from the top is amazing.
The Senate Three Rivers 20.1 km away
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The Presidente tree Three Rivers 12.5 km away
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