General Sherman Tree

This huge sequoia, which is more than 2,000 years old, is the biggest tree in the world by volume. The base of the tree is more than 100 feet (30 meters) in diameter.

Crystal Cave

An outstanding illustration of a marble cavern is Crystal Cave. The cave has a half-mile circle track, and there is a steep half-mile hike from the parking lot to the entrance.

Moro Rock

Moro Rock towers over you as you enter Sequoia National Park, hundreds of feet above the road. You may view this enormous granite dome, a stunning geologic formation, from above or below.

Lake Kaweah

The lake offers a wide range of recreational opportunities, and the water stored in the reservoir is only used for agriculture in the south central valley of California.

Giant Forest Museum

The Gigantic Forest Museum is devoted to highlighting the key elements of the Giant Forest region of Sequoia National Park.

Hume Lake

The lake is a well-liked stopping point for visitors to either Sequoia or Kings Canyon National Parks since it is surrounded by imposing Sequoia and Jeffrey Pine trees.

The Congress Trail is the most stunning trail in the park and  one of the most accessible routes to clusters of the Big Trees.

Congress Trail

Grant Grove

The second-largest tree in the world may be found in Grant Grove, one of the primary attractions of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.

Tunnel Log

The Giant Forest's Tunnel Log is a carved passage in a downed tree that can be found along Crescent Meadow Road. It is said to be older than 2,000 years.

Zumwalt Meadow Trail

 Zumwalt Meadow is an amazing alpine location that is lovely and lush in the spring, as well as magnificent in the summer and fall.