Trail of 100 Giants

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TRAIL OF 100 GIANTS IN SEQUOIA NATIONAL FOREST

The Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument are home to 33 groves of Giant Sequoia Trees (the world’s largest tree). Along with the magnificent Giant Sequoias, the area boasts lush forest meadows and a myriad of plant, bird and animal species. When it comes to viewing the Giant Sequoias, one of the more popular and easy-to-reach groves is on the Trail of 100 Giants in the Long Meadow Grove, which is estimated to have trees that are approximately 1,500 years old in growth. This 1.3 mile trail is paved and accessible, with several loop options, interpretive signs as well as the impressive site where two giant sequoias fell in 2011. Located on Western Divide Highway (107) across the road from Redwood Meadow Campground, the road to the Trail of 100 Giants is only accessible during the summer months.

Learn more about Sequoia National Forest here. 

JIGSAW PUZZLE: Watch our Big Blend Video “Sequoia National Forest – Trail of 100 Giants,” and then enjoy piecing together this online jigsaw puzzle of the Trail of 100 Giants. 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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