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Sequoia National Park

What is Sequoia National Park known for?

The Sequoia National Park is home to some of the tallest trees on earth, some as old as 3,000 years old! These ancient trees are the longest living and most resilient. With bark up to 3 feet thick, these giants can stand up to 300 ft tall. That's the equivalent of the Statue of Liberty!

These trees are also some of the widest trees in the world; you can link up to six people holding hands around its base. Don't miss the opportunity to travel in your car under the famous Tunnel Tree. Sequoia National Park is definitely worth visiting!

How much do Sequoia National Park Tickets Cost?

Individual Entry Pass (One person or bike): $20
Vehicle Pass: $35
Motorcycle Pass: $30

Is Sequoia National Park Dog-Friendly?

Pets are allowed on the campgrounds and picnic areas, but they cannot walk on trails.

What is the Size and Elevation of Sequoia National Park?

Size: 631 square miles
Elevation: 1370 feet - 14, 494 feet

When is Sequoia National Park open?

Year-round, but there may be closures due to wildfires, snow blocking specific trails, and other extenuating circumstances.

What are the best hikes in Sequoia National Park?

There are a few must-do hikes in Sequoia. Some of the most popular ones include:
-Lakes Trail
-Huckleberry Trail
-Crescent Meadow/Log Meadow
-San Joaquin Valley Foothills
-Crystal Cave
-Pear Lake