Nothing can inspire you to visit Sequoia National Park more than photos depicting the beauty of the place.
20 Pictures to Inspire you to Visit Sequoia National Park
After setting a goal to explore more of our so-called backyard, we have been traveling to different places in Southern California more frequently than before. Luckily, there is no shortage of places to see here. Moreover, you don’t need to drive far to visit a new city or explore the great outdoors. Our latest local adventure included a visit to Sequoia National Park.
Named after Earth’s largest tree, the quaint sequoia, Sequoia National Park is an epitome of natural beauty and magnificence. In the late 1880s many proposals bombarded Congress in attempt to protect the area in its untouched, raw state. Although not primarily for the recreational reasons, the park was created on September 25, 1890, which makes it the second oldest national park in the country.
What to Do
Several attractions make Sequoia National Park one of the most favorite destinations for visitors from all over the world. One of them is the 2200-year-old General Sherman Tree, the largest giant sequoia tree in the world. A visit to Sequoia National Park can’t not include seeing some dead giant sequoias. Especially if it’s a gigantic tree fallen across the road and cut through for transit purposes. Additionally, Crescent Meadow Loop Trail allows you to experience the serene beauty of the park. Adventure seekers find pleasure in climbing Moro Rock or exploring Crystal Cave.
I can go on and on praising the beauty of this national park, but let the photos speak for themselves and inspire you to visit this place one day.
Sequoia National Park Photo Diary
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