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All reviews worth the climb afraid of heights easy climb hand rails great climb amazing views catch your breath take your time coming down great western divide worth the effort granite dome half way short hike giant forest museum parking lot shuttle bus
We drove from the Giant forest museum towards Moro rock. A lot of people took the shuttle to Moro rock, we were able to drive a short distance and found parking. It is very busy out there. The rock has stairs and railings to climb...More
Our family hiked to the top of Moro Rock and we all loved it. Our middle son (8 years old at the time) was a little nervous about the hike up, but he liked it once we got to the top. The hike doesn't take...More
If you can climb a bunch of stairs in high altitude, do this! You won't be disappointed. As someone said as I was catching my breath, It is worth it! Narrow and steep stairs up to a panoramic view that photos don't do justice. Parking...More
We took our five small children from ages ten to five up the climb and they had no problem. I am out of shape and I can’t tell you the last time I exercised and the hike was fine because there were lots of places...More
Like many other places in the park you can drive up to this place was incredibly busy. If you go be observant of the weather!! You climb a series of stairs to get to the top that are skinny and often yield traffic jams. TAKE...More
An attraction to put toward the top of potential activities while in Sequoia. I recommend heading out early to get here before crowds pick up. You’ll walk up a lot of stairs to get to the top of this rock. The stairs are somewhat narrow...More
On weekends be prepared for the crowds and lengthy wait times for the shuttle bus that takes you to Moro Rock, Tunnel Log, and Crescent Meadow. Moro Rock is about 400 steps up to a lookout of the Great Western Divide. We’re glad we did...More
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Doable yes, easy no. Like others have mentioned it is rather tight in some spots. Many parts of the trail are only wide enough for one person so you have to wait for others going in the opposite direction to pass you by... More
Doable yes, easy no. Like others have mentioned it is rather tight in some spots. Many parts of the trail are only wide enough for one person so you have to wait for others going in the opposite direction to pass you by before you can proceed. I would also say it depends on your toddler. My daughter would have been fine to stay in the pack the entire time and if I did let her out she would have held my hand and followed directions. My son on the other hand would have been a nightmare and the stress of it would have ruined the experience. At that age he was full of energy (still is lol) and would not have been content to hold my hand. He would have wanted to be climbing everything. The walls are not very high so it would have been easy for him to go over the edge without one of us having a firm grasp on his hand and watching him constantly rather than the view. Different toddler personalities = different travel experiences. If you decide against it please don’t be disappointed because there is so much to do in SNP that is equally if not more beautiful.