Sequoia National Park: Foothill Visitor Center + Giant Forest Museum
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)
Shot on August 13th 2017.
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Generals Highway, Southbound, Sequoia & Kings Canyon Parks
This drive begins at the Big Stump (north) entrance of Kings Canyon National Park, and heads south on California 198, the Generals Highway, into Sequoia National Park, ending at the Giant Forest Museum.
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I made this trip in June 2018. Video shot with a Brinno TLC-200 Pro time-lapse camera mounted on my roof with a homemade magnetic case. I travel with two Brinno cameras - one facing forward, the other in reverse. Sometimes the reverse camera captures better video (fewer raindrops and bugs hit the rear-view lens).
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2013 : Giant Forest. Sequoia National Park
Tunnel log. Crescent Meadow. Chimney Tree. Tharp Log. Bobcat Point. Moro Rock.
Sequoia National Park: Giant Forest Museum, General Sherman Tree, Paradise Creek Trail
On this episode we took a trip to Sequoia National Park where we went hiking at Paradise Creek Trail. The next day we drove up to the Giant Forest Museum and The General Sherman Tree. At just 3 hours north of Los Angeles, this is makes for the perfect weekend getaway. I recommend getting an AirBnb near the entrance of the park if you want to stay somewhat connected to civilization, internet, grocery stores etc.
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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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BEAUTY OF SEQUOIA NATIONAL PARK-GIANT FOREST MUSEUM
Giant Forest Museum Area, Sequoia National Park, USA
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Giant Forest Museum & Big Trees Trail in Sequoia National Park Clara Barton Tree
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The Sentinel Sequoia Tree at the Giant Forest Museum
The Sentinel Sequoia tree at the Giant Forest Museum at Sequoia National Park.
General Grant Tree Kings Canyon National Park Sequoia National Park Trail 2017
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Hyperlapsing through the Giant Forest - Sequoia National Park, California
Giant Forest, Sequoia National Park, California.
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24 Hours in Sequoia National Park California
The 254 (of 412) National Park unit we visited! Sequoia National Park is located in east-central California near Three Rivers. The second oldest national park was established in 1890 to protect the towering sequoias in Giant Forest including the General Sherman Tree, the world's largest living tree. The excellent Giant Forest Museum traces the ecology of sequoias. Sequoia also contains the Crystal Cave (reservations required), filled with marble stalactites and stalagmites, and Mt. Whitney, the highest mountain in the lower 48 States. The park offers opportunities for backpacking, cross-country skiing, fishing, hiking, horseback riding, scenic drives,, snowshoeing, a museum and cave. Visit early and during work days because it gets EXTREMELY crowded in the summer.
The Giant Forest Museum. Buck Rock Part 1
The Sentinel Tree is an example of an average Sequoia. This seven hundred ton giant is about half the size of the General Sherman Tree.In this Sequoia National Park , there are forty miles of trail to choose from in the Giant Forest.
The Giant Forest Museum is a renovation of the historic Giant Forest market building and completed to a museum and visitor center in summer 2001.It locates in Sequoia National Park at the east end of Highway 198 in Central California.
1890 Sequoia National Park established
1903 First road completed to Giant Forest
1926 Generals Highway to Giant Forest completed
1926-1930 Giant Forest Village constructed (Market constructed in 1928)
1994 State of California orders closure of Giant Forest because of substandard sewage treatment plant; National Park Service negotiates 5 year phase-out
1999-2000 Remaining old lodging facilities removed; historic market converted to museum
2001 Giant Forest Museum opens to public.
Exploring Crystal Cave at Sequoia National Park in the Giant Forest in California
We explored Crystal Cave at Sequoia National Park in the Giant Forest. It was amazing! The Crystal Cave is in the Sequoia National Park in the Giant Forest area. It was a beautiful hike to get the the Crystal Cave entrance. Once we entered the cave we were just amazed. All the formations that took millions of years to form are breathtaking! If you visit Sequoia National Park make sure to make time for the Crystal Cave.
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My trip to Sequoia National Park, Giant Sequoia Trees, Giant Forest Museum, Big Trees Trail. Fotos de mi viaje al Bosque Gigante de las Sequoias, con musica que compuse hace algunos años le puse la gota. Ahora me parece que las fotos y esa composition van juntas.
Sequoia Nat'l Park California | Mariposa Grove - Sequoia giant trees
زيارتي للأشجار العملاقة بمنتجع سيكويا في ولاية كاليفورنيا
Hiking in the Giant Forest - Sequoia National Park
On our way to go see the Tharp's Log in the Giant Forest in Sequoia National Park, California.
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Sequoia National Park - March 2019
Trip to Sequoia National Park in the early spring, end of march 2019. There was still plenty of snow in the park. In the video you can see:
- Tunnel Rock
- Giant Forest Museum
- General Sherman Tree
- General Grant Tree
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