There are many beautiful places to visit in the Sequoia National Forest. Here is a list of some of them...
The Giant Forest is home to a magnificent grove with more than 8000 huge sequoias trees. This is the most easily accessible area and you can hike along the long trails here.
This is the largest living sequoia tree in the world. Travelers can hike two trails to reach here to view and photograph this giant tree in the Sequoia National Forest.
Tunnel Log is a unique spot in Sequoia National Forest. It's a tunnel carved in a 2000 years old Sequoia Tree trunk that fell on the road. The spot offers an ideal photo-op for visitors.
This byway is a 50-mile-long road that leads you to Kings Canyon. You can enjoy the sceneries of Southern Sierra which includes giant sequoia & the geological structures.
Hume Lake is an enchanting spot with picturesque vistas of the crystal clear blue lake, rolling mountains & dense coniferous forest. The aura of the Lake surrounds you with tranquility.
Mount Whitney is a major attraction for adventure lovers, hikers, & climbers. It is the tallest mountain in the contiguous US. Make sure to get some amazing clicks of the majestic peak.
This is a gigantic granite dome, with breathtaking views of the Sequoia National Park. Hiking trails to this spot can be strenuous as there are 350+ steps that lead to the top of the dome.
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