Be humbled by the might and majesty of California's Giant Forest, the home to 5 of the 10 largest trees (by volume) in the world. The largest of these is General Sherman, measuring over 11 meters (~ 36 ft) at the base, a height of 83.8 meters (~ 275 ft), and an estimated age of 2,300 – 2,700 years. Covering nearly 2,000 acres, the grove is laced with over 64 km (~ 40 miles) of trails, making it one of the most accessible groves in Sequoia National Park. This gives PlanetHoppers! the opportunity to enjoy these natural wonders at their own pace and in a way that will leave a lasting impression - one that will remain with you long afterwards.
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- Location: Sequoia National Park, California