Trail of 100 Giants, Ponderosa
Categories: Hiking Trails, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
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This was worth the detour on our way to Anaheim from Utah. The trees are majestic - pictures don't do them justice. The trail is easy and can be done in an hour.
Trees that touch the sky. We love the Sequoia National Forest and this is always one of our favorite stops. These trees are amazing! It is awesome to imagine all of the history behind them. Five dolla... read more »
Barely into the grove you wil came upon perhaps the largest tree of them all. An asphalt paved trail is easy to negotiate and wheelchair accessible. If using a wheelchair, one of the electric jobs is ... read more »
Beautiful and Awesome! Giant Redwoods! So much to see and enjoy the great outdoors with your the family and friends! We all had a great time and a great day! You can take a lunch or just have a picnic because at the parking area there they have some tables and benches !
This is great day trip for those nature loving grandchildren Pack a picnic lunch walk the tees and DON'T FORGET THE CAMERA. A well preserved trail that brings all family close to nature. Absolutely our favorite place to go with the kids and grandchildren. Also several places to stop on the way so ancy kids can get out and look around. An 1 1/2 from Bakersfield.
Excellent place to visit but be prepared to walk a little ways, parking may not be nearby the trail....what we get for underfunding the Park Service and Forest Service for decades...and concession fees don't count.. . But the trees are just amazing....if you are not astounded you're way too jaded!!
There is no way to adequately describe how enormous and awe inspiring these ancient giants are. If you think you've seen big trees before, think again. Unfortunately, the trail was closed on 4/21/16 due to dead and dying trees that have fallen, or are in danger of falling on the trail. Hopefully it will reopen soon. Sadly, insects, disease, wild fires and drought are killing our forests. Take your kids to see this incredible place soon. It may not be there for their kids to see it.
Wasn't bad. Quite a lot of people around the afternoon time. I would recommend going early morning or later in the evening if you don't like crowds. Parking is $5.00.
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