Giant Sequoia National Monument in California
Located in the southern Sierra Nevada mountain range, Giant Sequoia National Monument is a 353,000 acres park in Sequoia National Forest and is home to the world's largest tree, the Giant Sequoia. This massive tree grows to more than 250 ft. in the sky and has been known to measure up to 35 feet across. Located near this fascinating landmark, the Wyndham Hotel Group offers comfortable rooms and suites where travelers can enjoy California at its best. Guest will find thoughtful amenities like free Wi-Fi, spa services, fitness center, fine dining and the ideal spaces for California dreaming.
Giant Sequoia Groves
Visitor to Giant Sequoia National Monument will find 33 grove complexes of the protected Giant Sequoia tree. The most accessible groves include Converse Basin Grove, Indian Basin Grove, Long Meadow Grove and the Trail of 100 Giants, Belknap Complex, the Bush Loop Trail and Freeman Creek Grove – all are easy to reach by passenger vehicle. For the more adventurous at heart, visitors may seek out more remote groves, such as Bearskin, Wishon Groves, Evans Complex, Deer Creek and Packsaddle. If traveling to one of these secluded locations, be prepared to travel portions of the trek on foot and there are manmade no facilities.
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Things to Do at Giant Sequoia National Monument
A year-round recreations destination for campers, hikers, horseback riders, hunters, anglers and skiers, Giant Sequoia National Monument is host to thousands of visitors each year. During the summer months, visitors can explore the park with narrated ranger led tours and hikes. Whether looking for a RV camp ground or undeveloped camping site, Sequoia National Forest has all levels of comfort for your fun. Located in the northern portion of the Monument, Buck Rock Lookout is one of the oldest fire lookout buildings still used in the US. The tower is built on a 300-foot granite dome offering visitors 360° views of breathtaking Hume Lake. After a day of discovery, tourists can settle into one of many scenic picnic areas that includes tables, metal grills and amazing views.