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The following description is meant as a guide to help you decide which trip most suits your desires and abilities. These descriptions are not intended as comprehensive itineraries and are subject to change.

Sequoia National Park encompass hundreds of thousands of acres of pristine High Sierra country, of which more than 90% is designated wilderness. If you want to experience nature from the comforts of your tent, this is the trip for you. There are day hikes to enjoy and an exploration of the famous limestone cavern, Crystal Cave. You can walk through alpine meadows and of course visit the world's largest tree, General Sherman. Camping in Sequoia National Park gives you the beauty of wilderness without having to backpack too far into the back country. You have a good chance to see wildlife here including the California Black Bear!