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We arrived to a winter wonderland (late november). blue sky with crunchy snow as we walked. snow on tree tops. It all added to the natural beauty of this place/walk.
Nature at it's shiny best, something all humans ought to experience.
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If you’ve never seen a sequoia before, it’ll take you by surprise...even when you’re expecting it.
I’m from northwestern Minnesota. Our party (two youthful Czechs and myself) never intended to visit the park; in fact, it wasn’t even on our radar. But after giving in...More
The trail of 100 Giants was our first stop in the Sequoia National Forest. Easy walk and memory making too. You just can't get enough of it and taking it all in. There is a trick to using your cell phone in panoramic to capture...More
The Giant Forest is just unbelievable. The Sequoia Trees are so much larger than life. They are the largest trees in the world (in total volume). Every tree is different, fire scars, shape, branch structure. In October the weather was outstanding and it was the...More
The Giant forest is amazing! You actually drive through the forest to go to the Giant Forest Museum. There are several trails you can take in this area. We chose the trail through the Giant Forest to the Sherman Tree. Was not disappointed.
There’s just no way to really share how majestic these beautiful giants are. Driving through the forest with these massive trees on either side was an experience that is definitely worth repeating! The Northern California redwoods are amazing as well, but here the back drop...More