Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Mt. Whitney Trail

  • Trail/Path

The most popular route to the summit, the Mt. Whitney Trail can be conquered by very fit and experienced hikers. If there's snow on the...

Pinewood Picnic Area

  • Restaurant–Sight

Picnic in Giant Forest, in the vicinity of sequoias if not actually under them. Drinking water, restrooms, grills, and wheelchair-accessible...

Project Survival's Cat Haven

  • Zoo/Aquarium

Take the rare opportunity to glimpse a Siberian lynx, a clouded leopard, a Bengal tiger, and other endangered wild cats at this conservation...

Redwood Mountain Sequoia Grove

  • Forest

One of the world's largest sequoia groves, Redwood contains within its 2,078 acres nearly 2,200 sequoias whose diameters exceed 10 feet.

Seminars

  • Tour–Sight

Expert naturalists lead seminars on a range of topics, including birds, wildflowers, geology, botany, photography, park history, backpacking...

Sequoia Field Institute

  • Tour–Sight

The Sequoia Parks Conservancy's highly regarded educational division conducts single-day and multiday "EdVenture" tours that include...

Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument

  • Forest

Delicate spring wildflowers, cool summer campgrounds, and varied winter-sports opportunities—not to mention more than half of the world's...

Sequoia Sightseeing Tours

  • Tour–Sight

This locally owned operator's friendly, knowledgeable guides conduct daily interpretive sightseeing tours in Sequoia and Kings Canyon.

Tunnel Log

  • Local Interest–Sight

This 275-foot tree fell in 1937, and soon a 17-foot-wide, 8-foot-high hole was cut through it for vehicular passage (not to mention the...

Wolverton Meadow

  • Restaurant–Sight

At a major trailhead to the backcountry, this is a great place to stop for lunch before a hike. The area sits in a mixed-conifer forest...

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