This short walk from the Giant Forest Museum to Beetle Rock visits a granite dome with great views and stunning sunsets.
|Big Trees Trail
This 1.4-mile stroll explores giant sequoias around Round Meadow on a paved nature trail that is easy, educational, and beautiful.
This easy paved two mile loop visits the fourth and fifth tallest Sequoias in the world (among others).
This level 1.6-mile loop visits a Sequoia you can stand inside (Chimney Tree) and another that someone used to live in (Tharp’s Log).
|Eagle Lake Trail
The robust 7.2-mile hike climbs 2,200 feet to an alpine lake overlooking Mineral King.
|General Sherman Tree
This one-mile hike visits the world’s biggest tree, a 275-foot tall Giant Sequoia that is 36.5 feet across at the base.
|Hanging Rock Trail
This short 0.35-mile hike passes views of Moro Rock en route to a balancing boulder on a canyon rim at the edge of the Giant Forest.
This wooded 3-mile hike descends to a bridge spanning the East Fork of Kaweah River. Adventurous hikers can continue on to East Fork Sequoia Grove and more Mineral King backcountry.
This 8-mile hike takes a flower-lined path up a mountain canyon to a powerful waterfall.
|Monarch Lakes Trail
This 9.4-mile hike visits a spectacular pair of lakes high above Mineral King Valley.
This 0.6 mile hike sports panoramic views and should be considered a mandatory hike for first time visitors to Sequoia National Park.
This short stroll leaves Buckeye Flats Campground to visit the perfect swimming hole for a hot summer day in the Sierras.
This 6-mile hike follows the Middle Fork Trail to a 100 foot waterfall that drops into the Middle Fork of Kaweah River.
|Sugar Pine Trail and Bobcat Point Trail Loop
This short but diverse 1.5-mile loop peaks at Bobcat Point, which presents a fierce perspective of Moro Rock and a massive canyon.
This 2-mile hike visits a large granite dome with great views to the west, possibly the best place to end your day in the Giant Forest.
This 4.2-mile hike reaches the base of the tallest waterfall in Sequoia National Park.