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Astonishing

Here lives a tree that's older than most countries! It's the second largest (by volume) living... read more

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razorwan
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Duluth, Georgia
Unbelievable

A short drive from the entrance of the park, this is a must stop. Get there early as it got crowed... read more

Reviewed 6 days ago
wojo2015
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Amarillo, Texas
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Grant Tree Road, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, CA 93628
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Reviewed yesterday

Here lives a tree that's older than most countries! It's the second largest (by volume) living tree in the world! Second only to General Sherman that lives in a grove about an hour away. If you're on a personal tour, I'd take the hour drive...More

Thank razorwan
Reviewed 6 days ago

A short drive from the entrance of the park, this is a must stop. Get there early as it got crowed quickly . A short walk to see America’s Christmas tree is easy and informative. The village area has food and lodging.

Thank wojo2015
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Wow! Pictures don’t do these trees Justice. No wonder that easterners back in the day didn’t believe the stories of those who had seen them. The walk is easy and beautiful.

Thank PamDoug
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Our family visited SEKI in early August and our first few hours in the park set out for the General Grant Sequoia which is the tallest tree on Earth... we were in pursuit of this amazing feat of grandeur and survival! The Grant Tree does...More

Thank Mismel2kl
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We took a three day trip to Sequoia National Park and had a blast seeing all the giant red woods, swimmings in the rivers and hiking. This is truly a fantastic place to visit and have fun for all ages..

Thank Jerry M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Of course the title is metaphorical. The park is really beautiful, the air is so fresh, the experience so positive. Thisi isn't only a forrest or only a park, you really feel the trees. They live there for a loooooooong time, you can really respect...More

Thank Eli934
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We had spent the day driving down from Yosemite, via Glacier Point the through Fresno before entering SEKI and making the Grant Grove Village our first stop. We then drove over to the General Grant Trail. I've seen a ton of pictures over the years,...More

1  Thank Frank D
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Great intro to the park. Many giant trees, fallen trunks, an old cabin...easy loop walk from parking area with restrooms.

Thank lanet
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Grant Grove Trail is wonderful - and it was the perfect place to introduce the Giant Sequoia to my dad, who hadn't visited before. it is a very short and easy trail and is accessible for all to experience so many of these amazing...More

Thank Harrison_F_Carter
Reviewed 5 weeks ago

It is just a tree, yes it is a big tree. but just a tree on its own is not very interesting. the whole area is amazing. don't just focus on single trees.

1  Thank Clips S
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Vickie W
28 September 2016|
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Response from Tommy J | Reviewed this property |
Unless you plan to do a lot of hiking or just sitting around relaxing along the river you will not need a full day in Kings Canyon.
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Paula R
26 July 2015|
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Response from Aalexsmith | Reviewed this property |
Hello, obviously late on a response but I hope you were able to find that the trees were near each other and you were able to see both.
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