Big Trees Trail



Big Trees Trail is a 2/3 mile (1km) paved, accessible trail for all ages and activity levels, that circles around lush Round Meadow, near Giant Forest Museum in Sequoia National Park. Here you can experience the largest trees in the world by volume, the Giant Sequoias, along with wildflowers, a variety of birdlife, butterflies and dragonflies, and wildlife such as squirrels and chipmunks, black bear and deer.

The magnificent Giant Sequoia trees grow naturally only along the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, primarily between 5,000 and 7,000 feet in elevation. Established on September 25, 1890 and located in central California, Sequoia National Park is one of the first national parks in the state and is one of the most popular and well-known of our national parks.

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JIGSAW PUZZLE: Watch our Big Blend Video “60 Seconds of a #OneHourWalk – Big Trees Trail,” and then enjoy piecing together this online jigsaw puzzle of the Giant Sequoia Trees on the Big Trees Trail. Use the full screen icon to make it easier. Use your mouse roller or arrow keys to rotate the puzzle pieces and click and drag to put the pieces in place. Use the Image Icon to see the picture and the Ghost Icon to set your workspace.


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