We stayed here over a long weekend. Loved the location, the food and the company. It was pricey but we felt the weekend was worth it for what we got. The local walks all require a certain dedication that our teenagers lacked which meant that we had to drive and then walk. However we really enjoyed walk to Weaver Lake where we almost swam and there were almost no mosquitos.
Even though this is luxury it is still camping, the mile walk-in from the trailhead is a proper trail so you will need boots and packs (teenage daughters will not manage in flip-flops and pull alone suitcases!). The camp is mostly on a hill so at 8700ft the walk down to the shower or the dinner can leave you out of breath!
General Sherman tree/Giant Sequoias and Moro rock are worth a visit (the Parker group of giant trees on the way to Moro rock are wonderful)
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- The Sequoia High Sierra Camp offers a rare opportunity to explore the spectacular background of California's Sequoia-Kings Canyon National Parks – while enjoying the deluxe furnishings, guest amenities and friendly hospitality that are hallmarks of this secluded mountain retreat. You can experience the parks like no other hotel or lodge in the area. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Sequoia High Sierra Camp Hotel Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park