The Sequoia Parks Conservancy provides increased accessibility on park trails and infrastructure. This one mile loop is now ADA accessible which allows virtually all park visitors to experience this trail with views of beautiful meadows and giant sequoia groves. This nature loop is a easy and pleasant trail that brings you through a beautiful grove in the Giant Forest.
Stay right at the next junction, beginning a counterclockwise loop. Along the way you will see informative trail-side exhibits that describe what you see. As you come to another junction bear left to stay on the loop.
You will then head downhill and cross a wooden bridge over Little Deer Creek and come to another junction. Stay to the left completing the loop. Take the right to return to the museum.
The Sequoia Parks Conservancy provides increased accessibility on park trails and infrastructure.
Other trail and access projects include:
To make a donation to the Sequoia Parks Conservancy Trails & Access fund visit https://app.mobilecause.com/form/kOmzOQ.
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47050 Generals Hwy Unit 10
Three Rivers, CA 93271