Sequoia Natural History Association6 guides
Sequoia Natural History Association (SNHA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to connecting people to the education, interpretation, research and natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. SNHA is committed to enriching the experiences of visitors and promoting public awareness of the significance of public lands through educational programs, publications and financial support. With over seventy years as the non-profit leader in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, the Association has succeeded in maintaining an active partnership program, the operation of park visitor center bookstores, conducting interpretive and educational programs, publishing books, maps and the official National Park visitor guide, operating the Beetle Rock Education Center and the Pear Lake Ski Hut, funding ranger programs, park exhibits and research projects, and creating volunteer opportunities in the parks. SNHA provides a direct connection to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
A paved, accessible trail across from the Giant Forest Museum.
A popular loop trail that begins at the General Sherman Tree.
The summit of this hike offers an amazing view of the Silliman Crest and the Great Western Divide.
A great spring time hike through a deep canyon in the Foothills.
A great backpacking alternative when the high country is blanketed in snow.
An easy stroll out of the Lodgepole Campground.
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