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These parks are home to giants: immense mountains, deep canyons, and huge trees. Thanks to their huge elevational range, 1,500' to 14,491', they protect stunningly diverse habitats. The Generals Highway climbs over 5000 feet from chaparral and oak-studded foothills to the awe-inspiring sequoia groves. From there, trails lead to the high-alpine wilderness which makes up most of these parks. Beneath the surface lie over 200 fascinating caverns.

IMG_1555 Sequoia Entrance Sign
Sequoia NP (2) General Sherman
Sequoia NP (2) Sentinel
Sequoia NP (26)
  IMG_1555 Sequoia Entrance Sign  
  Sequoia NP (2) General Sherman  
  Sequoia NP (2) Sentinel  
  Sequoia NP (26)  
Sequoia NP  Automobile
Sequoia NP  Beatle Rock Center
Sequoia NP  Beatle Rock
Sequoia NP  Lodgepole Campground Sign
  Sequoia NP Automobile  
  Sequoia NP Beatle Rock Center  
  Sequoia NP Beatle Rock  
  Sequoia NP Lodgepole Campground Sign  
Sequoia NP (1) Bear on Hike
Sequoia NP (1) General Sherman
Sequoia NP (1) Sentinel
Sequoia NP (1) Tharp Log
  Sequoia NP (1) Bear on Hike  
  Sequoia NP (1) General Sherman  
  Sequoia NP (1) Sentinel  
  Sequoia NP (1) Tharp Log  
Sequoia NP (1)
Sequoia NP (1) Tunnel
Sequoia NP (2) Tunnel Log
Sequoia NP (2) Tunnel
  Sequoia NP (1)  
  Sequoia NP (1) Tunnel  
  Sequoia NP (2) Tunnel Log  
  Sequoia NP (2) Tunnel  
Sequoia NP (1) Tunnel Log
Sequoia NP (2) Bear on Hike
Sequoia NP (2) Tharp Log
Sequoia NP (2)
  Sequoia NP (1) Tunnel Log  
  Sequoia NP (2) Bear on Hike  
  Sequoia NP (2) Tharp Log  
  Sequoia NP (2)  
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