Big Trees Trail Hike - Sequoia National Park - HD June 2016
Hiking Big Trees trail loop around Round Meadow in Sequoia National Park.
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Sequoia und Kings Canyon sind zwei beieinander liegende Nationalparks in der kalifornischen Sierra Nevada im Westen der USA. Die Hauptattraktion bilden die beeindruckenden Riesenmammutbäume, die eine Höhe von mehr als 80 m und einen Durchmesser von über 11 m erreichen können.
Sequoia National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, in the United States. The park is famous for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman tree, one of the largest trees on Earth.
Sequoia et Kings Canyon parcs nationaux sont deux espacées dans la Sierra Nevada de Californie dans l'ouest des États-Unis. L'attraction principale sont les magnifiques séquoias géants qui peuvent atteindre une hauteur de plus de 80 m et un diamètre d'environ 11 m.
Sequoia y Kings Canyon Parques Nacionales son dos espaciados en Sierra Nevada de California, en el oeste de Estados Unidos. La atracción principal son las magníficas secuoyas gigantes que pueden alcanzar una altura de más de 80 metros y un diámetro de unos 11 m.
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Generals Highway Northbound - Sequoia National Park, Sequoia NF, Kings Canyon National Park
Traveling over the whole Generals Highway, crossing Sequoia National Park, Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park. The video shows Generals Highway northbound - from the Ash Mountain entrance to Sequoia National Park to the Big Stump entrance (exit) to Kings Canyon National Park.
Generals Highway - this is its proper spelling - is a 52.3-kilometer (32.5-mile) Californian highway connecting Highway 198 and Highway 180. It is one of the most scenic roads in the United States - and, in my opinion, in the world. Generals Highway crosses the Sequoia National Park, the Giant Sequoia National Monument section of the Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park.
00:09 - Sequoia National Park, Ash Mountain Entrance
01:21 - Kaweah River canyon
02:32 - Foothills Visitor Center - Park Headquarters
03:28 - Kaweah River canyon
05:56 - Tunnel Rock
09:07 - Bridge over Marble Fork Kaweah River
09:15 - Potwisha Campground
12:33 - Moro Rock ahead
14:38 - Hospital Rock
14:48 - Entrance to Buckeye Flat Campground
22:52 - Big Fern Springs
26:48 - Amphitheater view point
27:33 - Moro Rock ahead
28:47 - Granite Springs
31:19 - Generals Highway lookout
33:03 - Deer Ridge crossing
33:20 - Slide Spring
35:50 - Arrival to giant sequoia forest
37:04 - Access to Crystal Cave
38:14 - Generals Highway divided by trees
40:48 - Wall Spring
43:24 - Access to Moro Rock and Tunnel Log
43:36 - Giant Forest Museum
43:47 - Beetle Rock
44:23 - Access to Big Trees Trail and Giant Forest
47:11 - Crossing Little Deer Creek
47:49 - Pinewood Picnic Area
50:11 - Crossing Sherman Creek
51:14 - Access to Wolverton Ski Area and Alta Peak Trailhead
52:18 - Crossing Wolverton Creek
53:46 - Lodgepole Village, Twin Lakes Trail and Tokopah Falls
53:55 - Crossing Marble Fork Kaweah River
54:02 - Lodgepole Picnic Area
54:16 - Crossing Silliman Creek
54:51 - Bridge over Clover Creek
55:46 - Entrance to Wuksachi Village and Lodge
56:17 - Red Fir
58:27 - Crossing Halstead Creek and Halstead Meadow
58:39 - Halstead Picnic Area
1:01:39 - Little Baldy
1:01:59 - Cascade Creek
1:02:26 - Little Baldy Saddle
1:04:36 - Dorst Creek Campground
1:05:29 - Crossing Dorst Creek
1:06:35 - Crossing Cabin Creek
1:07:41 - Lost Grove and Muir Grove
1:09:22 - Leaving Sequoia National Park, entering Sequoia National Forest
1:10:57 - Stony Creek Campground
1:11:01 - Upper Stony Creek Day Use Area
1:11:14 - Crossing Stony Creek
1:11:30 - Cove Camp Campground
1:11:40 - Stony Creek Village and Lodge
1:11:51 - Fir Group Campground
1:16:50 - Big Baldy Ridge
1:17:41 - Montecito-Sequoia Lodge
1:18:26 - Crossing Woodward Creek
1:19:26 - Entrance to Big Meadows Horse Corral and Trail
1:19:44 - Big Baldy Trailhead
1:20:22 - From here on Generals Highway separates the Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park
1:21:30 - Buck Rock
1:23:00 - Buena Vista Trailhead
1:23:09 - Kings Canyon overlook
1:24:24 - Access to Quail Flat, Tensile, Landslide and Hume Lake
1:24:31 - Redwood Canyon Trailhead
1:25:16 - Redwood Mountain Grove overlook
1:25:40 - Entering Kings Canyon National Park
1:29:37 - End of Generals Highway; junction with Highway 180
1:31:09 - Big Stump Picnic Area
1:32:08 - Kings Canyon National Park - Big Stump Entrance (exit)
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Big Trees Trail Sequoia National Park
Big Trees Loop is an easy hiking trail through the giant forest in Sequoia National Park. Plenty of giant Sequoias to see, oh and we saw 3 bears doing this loop.
Hiking the Big Trees Trail - Sequoia National Park
The Big Trees Trail is one of the best short day hikes in the park. It's only 0.3 miles and takes about an hour to complete and you get to see some of the best scenery. The trail is a loop that surrounds a beautiful meadow and is outlined by some of the largest trees. the whole trail is paved making it a great choice for families.
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General Grant Tree Kings Canyon National Park Sequoia National Park Trail 2017
Come see the beautiful mountains on the way to Kings Canyon National Park/Sequoia National Park to see General Grant Tree....come walk around with us.
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Come with us to see the Giant Forest Museum and the Big Trees Trail in the Sequoia National Park.
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USA in 4K part 10: Biggest trees in the world at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
this is a part of our trip to USA - contains shoots from Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks (General Sherman Tree, Giant Forest, Moro Rock, General Grant, Moro Rock)
We also visited Lake Kaweah Recreation Area.
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A Guide to Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia National Park ~ Kings Canyon
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. In the California Sierra Nevada is a landscape of superlatives: home to the biggest trees, the deepest canyons and the tallest mountains. Experience cathedral-like sequoia groves, deep underground caverns, lush mountain meadows and glacier-carved canyons. Highlights include visits to Giant Forest, Grant Grove, Moro Rock, Kings Canyon, Mineral King, Crystal Cave and Mt. Whitney.
For lodging information, visit visitsequoia.com.
This video is an excerpt from Finley-Holiday Films America's National Parks DVD and Blu-ray. Available on location in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park and from finleyholiday.com.
Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Park, Giant Trees
Kings Canyon National Park, and a little bit of Sequoia National Park as well.
Recorded May 18-19, 2019.
Whether you plan to visit or not, i recommend taking a look at the map to see how Kings Canyon and Sequoia Parks are next to each other, and how oddly Kings Canyon is shaped. It is a two-part Park, we will be in the very small western section.
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to see the Sequoias Large cousins the Coastal Redwoods, take a look at this video..
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Sequoia National Park - Biggest trees in the world
2 days exploring the Sequoia National park, the biggest trees in the world! Are Sequoias bigger than redwoods? Why do sequoias need fire?
We decided to stay two full days in this amazing forest of giant trees, in the middle of California, USA. After driving in a dry desert, we arrived in the Sequoia forest on the top of a high altitude mountain. While we were there, we enjoyed our time visiting pretty much everything in the Sequoia National Park:
- General Sherman, the biggest tree in the whole world;
- Moro rock, a breathtaking viewpoint on the top of the sequoia forest;
- Beetle rock, a stunning place to see the sunset and take in the fresh air.
- Tunnel log, where you can drive your car through a giant tree.
- Giant trees trail, the perfect hike to learn more about the Sequoias;
- The Senate group, a bunch of giant sequoia trees all grouped together, highly impressive!
Learn more about the Sequoias with our mini Sequoia Documentary!
Here are the frequently asked question about the Sequoia trees:
Q1- Are sequoia trees redwoods?
A1- No, but the Sequoias and the Redwoods are related.
Q2- Can sequoia trees grow anywhere?
A2- No, see 2:10
Q3- Do sequoia trees need fire?
A3- Yes, see 2:17
Q4- Do sequoia trees burn?
A4- Yes and no... see 2:24
Q5- Do sequoia trees grow in Virginia?
A5- No, see 2:10
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Sequoia national park, California, United States - Big Stump Trail, Giant Tree Trail, General Grant (the national christmas tree), Sherman tree
Sequoia National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California, in the United States. It was established on September 25, 1890. The park spans 404,064 acres (631.35 sq mi; 163,518.90 ha; 1,635.19 km2). Encompassing a vertical relief of nearly 13,000 feet (4,000 m), the park contains among its natural resources the highest point in the contiguous 48 United States, Mount Whitney, at 14,505 feet (4,421 m) above sea level. The park is south of and contiguous with Kings Canyon National Park; the two are administered by the National Park Service together as the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
The Big Trees Trail in Sequoia National Park
Easy interpretive trail within Sequoia National Park. The Big Trees Trail started from the Giant Forest Museum and follows a paved/boardwalked trail around a big meadow with great views of many giant sequoia trees.
Kings Canyon National Park - Deep canyon, big trees, high peaks
Our 255th (of 412) national park has a canyon deeper than the Grand Canyon and a beautiful raging river runs through it. The scenic drive alone is worth the visit but the icing on the cake are the Earth's largest trees, meadows, waterfalls, overlooks and trails.
Exploring General Grant Grove in the Winter: Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks are home to the largest trees in the world, General Sherman and General Grant. In this video, we drive up to the park in the winter to see the General Grant Grove and to hike to the second largest tree in the world.
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Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are a must-see when you're in the area. It was one of the spots we were so stoked about to see on our road trip. Sequoia is so special with its giant Sequoia Trees like the (General Sherman Tre). But they are all super epic but hard to capture in camera!
We had two days to explore the Parks and I can say it is absolute worth spending the time!!!
Things you should do up there:
- See and drive through the Tunnel Log (GO SUPER EARLY)
- Visit THE GIANT TREES (for example the Gerneral Sherman Tree)
- Hike one of the loops
- Visit some of the lakes in Kings Canyon
- Have a good time and enjoy it!
Ah and one Extra Bonus Tip. There is no service in Sequoia so download Google Maps offline or use a different offline App!
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California 101: Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks encompass some of the most majestic sights not just in California, but anywhere in the world. Find a commanding perspective at Panoramic Point; drive through a fallen giant at Tunnel Log; sleep under the stars at Lodgepole Campground; behold the General Sherman Tree; go into the underworld at Crystal Cave; and climb Moro Rock. For more things to do in Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, check out
Hidden Treasure. Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Humans have traveled or lived in the Southern Sierra for at least 6-7,000 years. In the higher mountains, and also down into the western foothills, lived hunters and gatherers remembered today as the Monache or Western Mono. West of the Monache in the lowest foothills and also across the expanses of the Great Central Valley were a second group, the Yokuts.
In the late 1700s and early 1800s, Spanish began exploring the edge of the Sierras. Soon afterwards, trappers, sheepherders, miners, and loggers poured into the Sierras seeking to exploit whatever the mountains had to offer. By the end of the 19th century, San Joaquin Valley communities increasingly looked to the Sierras for water and recreation. In the struggle between all these competing interests, two national parks were born that became what we know today as Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
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The Giant Forest 4K | Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest is home to five of the ten biggest trees on earth, including the General Sherman Tree, which at more than 36 feet wide at the base and a staggering 275 ft tall is an absolute titan.
But as incredible as it is to marvel at General Sherman's stature, it would be a huge mistake to pass up the opportunity to explore the more secluded and secretive giants hidden in the forest.
It's impossible to select only one trail to highlight: The Congress and Big Trees trails, as well as the trek to the summit of Moro Rock, are among the area's most popular hikes. But you'd be doing yourself a huge favor by taking a couple of days and exploring the lesser-known reaches of the Giant Forest.
Perhaps the best thing about the Giant Forest is its accessibility. Whether you're a seasoned adventurer, restricted to a wheelchair or somewhere in between, the Giant Forest has trails for you.
Stay on official trails and durable surfaces to help preserve vegetation, Do Not Climb Trees, take only pictures and leave no trace. These forests are priceless. Help preserve them for future generations.
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