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All reviews worth the climb afraid of heights easy climb hand rails amazing views catch your breath take your time degree view coming down worth the effort half way short hike giant forest museum parking lot great hike shuttle bus crescent meadow
To celebrate some major milestones, we decided to take a trip out west. We visited the Sequoia National Forest and to climb Moro Rock. You can see it while driving up the winding road. It's not a bad climb. There are hand rails and areas...More
This is a fun climb for adventurers. Once at the top, the view can't be beat. It can make you feel a little uneasy, so use all the railings. Be patient with other climbers and pay attention to little kids.
The climb up Moro Rock is an exciting way to see the mountains and forests of the park. The trail has 400 steps with handrails and leads to a very scary overlook. It is breathtaking. This climb is a must do if you are physically...More
We hiked up Moro Rock in early October, just as a rainstorm was beginning. By the time we got back down, it was raining hard enough that hikers were wisely deciding not to ascend. The hike wasn't very difficult, and afforded great views of surrounding...More
Wow!!!!! On the drive up wildlife decided to greet us, we saw coyote, skunk, fox, a BIG bear and momma bear with Cubs. There are bathrooms to use prior to trekking up. We used head lamps to make our way up in the dark. A...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.
Drive early in the morning to Sequioa park and then tour one and half day there. The third day you can visit Kings Canyon national park. If you don't do too many long hikes, you should be able to head out back to LA in... More
Drive early in the morning to Sequioa park and then tour one and half day there. The third day you can visit Kings Canyon national park. If you don't do too many long hikes, you should be able to head out back to LA in late afternoon. I drove from Lodge in Sequioa to Kings Canyon in the morning and then left the park at 4pm. I got home in San Diego around 12 midnight but saved a night of hotel.