The trail honors that all national parks in the U.S. have been created by our Congress. This popular trail begins at the General Sherman Tree and takes you into the heart of the Giant Forest. It is also a pleasant snow-shoe in the winter months.
Parking for this trailhead is located on the Wolverton road between Lodgepole and Giant Forest
Giant sequoia trees are not removed from the parks when they die. The National Parks Service will rarely even move them, but instead give an opportunity to walk through or over them. This tree fell in 1965.