The Redwood Canyon Trail is an easy trail that spans six miles, beginning on a dirt road accessed from Generals Highway and traveling through Redwood Canyon.

 
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Expert Review of Redwood Canyon Trail

Parks and Outdoors Review of Redwood Canyon Trail

Away Travel Expert: Ann Marie Brown
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ParksExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
Birding,Day Hiking,Scenic Drives
Parks and OutdoorsExpert Tips & Helpful Hints
  • If you want to hike in the good company of the giant sequoias without sharing the big trees with a lot of other people, Redwood Canyon is the place. Several different hikes are possible in this grove, which is one of the largest sequoia groves in the world. Two favorite trips are a simple four-mile out-and-back on Redwood Canyon Trail, and a ten-mile loop around Redwood Mountain.
  • If you'd like to spend the night among the big trees, a backpacking camp is located one mile from the trailhead along Redwood Creek. Permits are required; no campfires are allowed.
  • In the winter months, the two-mile dirt road that accesses the Redwood Canyon Trailhead is closed to cars, but you can ski or snowshoe on it to access the big trees.

Address:
Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks
47050 Generals Hwy.
Three Rivers, California 93271
Parking: open 24 hours
Price: Seven-day pass to the park $10 (bike, foot), $20 (car)


Visitor Information


Telephone Number: 559-565-3341
Fax: 559-565-3730
Email: seki_interpretation@nps.gov
Price Information: Seven-day pass to the park $10 (bike, foot), $20 (car)
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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