Sequoia National Park is a famous National Park. It is found in the southern Sierra Nevada of Visalia, California. In 1890, the park was first established. The park is a vast territory. Its precious natural resources include Mt Whitney, which is the highest point in the contiguous 48 states.
Sequoia National Park is most renowned for its oversized sequoia trees. Among these trees is the General Sherman Tree, which is one of the largest trees on earth. The General Sherman tree competes for the sky with other trees of the Giant Forest, which also contains five out of the ten largest trees in the world.
Sequoia National Park lies side by side with Kings Kanyon National Park. Its dramatic landscape is diversely lined with canyons, vast caverns and the giant sequoias which are a testimony to the extreme beauty of nature.
In addition to the spectacle of the trees, the park cradles a wonderland of canyons, lakes, waterfalls, high mountains and high mountains which are a part of the Sierra Nevada range. Kern Canyon is a spectacular valley that runs near the eastern border of the park.
When visiting the forest, be sure to trace the meandering trails that lead to quiet, undisturbed nooks, which are ideal spots to meditate and reflect the grandeur of the natural surroundings.