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Big Trees Trail, Sequoia National Park

Wow, walking the Big Trees Trail at Sequoia National Park we encountered a few bears, cubs, and... read more

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Rick O
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Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands
Beautiful Meadow! Paradise on Earth indeed!

A very lovely meadow and walk. Went in the early evening and saw families of Marmots with one... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
DPLosAngeles
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Hwy 198, Sequoia National Park, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA
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Reviewed yesterday

Wow, walking the Big Trees Trail at Sequoia National Park we encountered a few bears, cubs, and ... these freaking big sequoia's... . It is a must do!!

Thank Rick O
Reviewed 1 week ago

A very lovely meadow and walk. Went in the early evening and saw families of Marmots with one yipping at the top of its voice throughout. Deer showed up at the end of the hike. Plenty of opportunity to take pictures next to giant Sequoias.

Thank DPLosAngeles
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This trail is easy and fit all ages. It even has a board walk that's for the handicaps. The trail is a loop that circles a meadow of big trees. It took me and my groups about 2hr to finish it but we stopped very...More

Thank Janice C
Reviewed May 26, 2018

So there is handicapped accessible parking right at the trail head, however, the main parking lot is up the hill by the visitor's center, which was a bit confusing. The trail itself was easy and had a steady stream of people. Just as we were...More

Thank RoaringCrab
Reviewed May 19, 2018 via mobile

Easy circular trail about 10 minutes from the museum. Few big sequoias on the way, and big meadow in the middle. Perfect spot for picnic. Worth stopping by on the way to generals.

Thank Mr_Nobody_1979
Reviewed May 13, 2018

Big trees and an amazing walk. Too short to call it a hike. Rest, relax, listen to the stream flowing through the meadow. Majestic fails to describe the serenity of Sequoia. Don’t rush, we saw people checking off the sights without experiencing them. Just find...More

Thank Cavydad
Reviewed May 11, 2018

These walk allows you to enjoy some of the most impressive sequoias in the park. It's amazing and you will spend a lot of time just taking pictures of these incredible giants.

Thank Andrea M
Reviewed April 26, 2018

It was a little difficult finding the trailhead for this experience, with the ranger at Big Tree Museum giving us directions. The trail crossed over the main highway...which was unique. Equally unique was walking around a huge meadow surrounded by Giant Redwoods. It was hard...More

Thank bsimosd
Reviewed March 27, 2018

The Big Trees Trail is just up the road from the Giant Forest Museum. Beware of limited parking. I might be best to park at the Museum and walk to the Trail (we didn't since it was snowy and we're wimps!) Nice loop trail that...More

Thank MikeB1952
Reviewed January 27, 2018 via mobile

The Big Trees Trail was one of the most interesting and impressive trails we’ve found. These incredible trees won’t let you stop taking photos (ideally use a GoPro to catch their size in one shot).

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