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Sequoia National Park Snowshoe Adventure

Sequoia National Park Snowshoe Adventure

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The experience you've been waiting for all year! Approaching a Giant Sequoia coated in freshly fallen, sparkling snow is a surreal experience. On this moderate, 2.5-mile round trip trail to Bear Hill in Sequoia National Park you'll get the chance to visit countless Giants while learning how to snowshoe! We'll look for the tracks of animals as we learn about Giant Sequoia ecology and the secret winter world beneath our feet. Warm up with a cup of hot cocoa, coffee or tea when we reach Bear Hill and hear the fascinating history of how Bear Hill got its name. There will be lots of great photo opportunities so be sure to bring your camera! *If there is not enough snow on the ground to safely use snowshoes, we will hike the trail instead. Three pairs of adult-sized snowshoes are provided, additional snowshoes can be rented nearby.
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