Crescent Meadow Rd, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

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  • A really beautiful drive to take and see the park. Loved the tunnel drive. Everyone probably takes a video of driving through the tree, which we did. But there are places to hike around and see beauti...  more »
  • nice hiking trails in the area. many varieties of trails. can be crowded and roads are narrow. bus is a good option.  more »
  • Don't miss this drive. You will see some great sequoias and drive through a tree. We also hiked to crescent meadow and it was so beautiful.  more »
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  • The meadow is right next to the parking area. Much prettier than I expected and an easy hike around.
  • Crescent Meadow is beautiful and a must-see for all visitors. It's a meadow, so wear bug repellent! I had bug spray and still got a handful of bites. There is a parking lot where you can park (use the bear boxes!) and head on into the trail loop. It's an easy trail, so no heavy hiking needed.
  • Crescent Meadow is the last stop of Route 2 shuttle. The loop trail is a beautiful place for an easy and quiet walk. Not many people. Be sure to use bear boxes to store food and eat at designated area.
  • There many better meadows. The road to the meadow is super narrow and stressful and simply, just not worth it so avoid it and spend more time at other locations in sequoia or kings canyon.
  • Stop off at Moro rock for breath taking views. Drive under the red wood tunnel and through redwood grooves before arriving at the meadow. 30 minute walk around the meadow parameter amongst the trees but double if you stop for bears. Bears foraging in meadow. Encountered cub foraging by walkway amongst forest. Everything here was within 10 minutes drive but will occupy you for a good morning if not longer.