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After touring the big live trees it's sobering to visit the Big Stump Loop Trail. Highlights include the Mark Twain Stump and other large stumps you can explore. The trails are well worn but not well marked. There is not much fear about getting lost...More
We did the hike after visiting Grants' and Sherman. The chance to climb up onto the stump really gave us an idea of how massive these trees really are. Its an easy hike down, but we opted to walk out a different route. Try and...More
When you can walk up the stairs and then literally walk around on a stump you know the tree must have been huge. It was only when I was there that I realised I'd seen a cross section of this tree in the Natural History...More
We did this hike after doing the Big Baldy Trail which was 5.5 miles. My kids were already tired before this hike began... ;). We came around 1pm on January 3rd and there were only 2 other cars in the entire lot. There are bathrooms...More
An easy walk, downhill from the car park (and uphill back of course) takes you to a tragic forestscape of massive old stumps. There are few Sequoia’s to see here now, alive anyway, but the many stumps make interesting and sobering viewing. The Mark Twain...More
We parked up and seemed to be amongst other confused people. There was a car park and a small entrance to a trail which was maybe a couple miles long. The journey there, I would say was much more enjoyable than the stump itself.