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The Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
The Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks in California will broaden your horizons, refresh your mind and defy your wit. Sequoia and Kings Canyon's range is as old and epoxy like the skyscrambling tree that only grows here. Enjoy a thrilling Sierra relaxation at a stage that hikers and guide books are just beginning to unveil.
Marvel at the General Sherman Tree, walk along paths like the Big Trees Trail and the Tokopah Falls Trail and enjoy stunning vistas from Moro Rock. Discover the famous sequoia trees at Grant Grove, sense the fog of the mighty falls and Roaring River Falls, walk the Big Stump Trail. Wuksachi is open all year round and offers the best entrance to Sequoia's breathtaking sights, Wuksachi is a distinctive rock and pine hut - and the characteristic Sequoia Hotels.
The John Muir Lodge is situated in Grant Grove Village, just a few steps from historical Grant Grove and open all year round. Available in both wooden and tented cabins, the Grant Grove Cabins are just a few steps from Grant Grove and the world-famous General Grant Tree.
The Cedar Grove Lodge is embedded in a glacierized channel in the centre of the Kings Channel National Park in Cedar Grove Village. For more than 75 years the visitors experience this Sequoia-Tdition and see the High Sierra in convenience and elegance. The Sequoia & Kings National Parks offer adventures from the world's biggest tree to a ravine lower than the Grand Canyon. Come to the Sequoia & Kings National Parks.
Overview | Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
There is something magic about waking up in Sequoia National Park, set in the forests of the world's greatest creatures. Begin your days in an area of nature known as Sequoia National Park. Those looking for a hut in the mountains will prefer Wuksachi Lodge's top quality locations and guest rooms, along with food, cocktails lounges, retailing and skishops.
Highland explorers are seeking refuge in the ultra-cool Bearpaw High Sierra Camp - concealed in the Sequoia Park countryside with views of the Great Western Divide. Besides Bearpaw, more than a decade of Sequoia campsites will be discovered by the outdoors. There is nothing better than to wake up in Sequoia National Park, from a cosy hut in the mountains to burning tented huts or simply under the starry Sierra sun.