Giant Sequoia Grove Hike or Snowshoe

Outdoor Activities in San Joaquin Valley

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Winter is an amazing time to take in Yosemite’s rare groves of Giant Sequoia trees. As the summer/spring crowds clear out, the Tuolumne and Merced Groves become secluded, peaceful hiking trails accentuated by the towering Sequoia trees reaching out of view. The Giant Sequoias grow up to nearly 300 feet high/26 feet in diameter, making the the largest living things on Earth, and can live to be over 3,000 years old. If there is a considerable amount of snow on the ground, this trip becomes a peaceful snowshoe through the snow blanketed groves.
Snowshoeing in Yosemite is am amazing experience! Snowshoeing is an easy sport to learn and offers you the chance to get into the less-traveled winter wonderland that the Yosemite backcountry becomes.This trip can include Tuolumne and/or Merced Grove is a great for families with younger children and/or families looking for an easier hike.Guides carry first aid kits, water purification methods, toilet paper (for emergencies), suntan lotion and bug repellent. Please plan to bring your own lunch, snacks, water bottles, etc. Remember, profits from our guided trips go towards supporting our youth summer camp program.NOTE: Should weather, fire, and/or delayed seasonal openings affect the chosen itinerary, a different itinerary will be offered. You will be kept in contact throughout this process. That being said, some of Yosemite most unique winter phenomena occur in less than ideal weather conditions!

What’s included

  • Professional guide
  • Snowshoes

What’s not included

  • Please plan to bring your own lunch, snacks, water bottles, etc. Remember, profits from our guided trips go towards supporting our youth summer camp program.
  • Gratuities

Highlights

  • Seasonal Offer
  • Informative, friendly and professional guide
  • Enjoy a day away from the hustle and bustle of the city
  • Family friendly
  • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
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