Wednesday, May 8, 2019

Things to do: Sequoia National Park California

Large tree root at Sequoia National Park California
Large tree root
Sequoia National Park is a tourist attraction located in California, US. If you ask "where is Sequoia National Park?" the easiest answer is a few hours drive east of the Golden Gate. This place is a great place to escape from California celebrity life from the hustle and bustle of the freeway to become part of the trees as high as high and the highest peak in America, Mount Whitney as high as 15,000 feet. Sequoia is a well-kept secret so they call it a hidden garden.

Large tree root at Sequoia National Park California
Large tree root
Observing trees in Sequoia National Park like standing next to a professional basketball player. When you see the tree directly, you cannot forget its height. These trees have been here long before us and they will be here even longer. Usually you go to drive-through for fast food, but here they have a different giant tunnel that is a drive-through tree log. You feel amazed when you pass this tunnel.
Another interesting thing in Sequoia National Park is General Sherman. He has been in this place for more than 2000 years. General Sherman is 275 feet tall, 25 feet wide and weighs 2.7 million pounds. General Sherman is the largest living creature in the world. These are some large old trees that will return to Bible times. These trees can live very long because almost no one can kill them. Fires, diseases and creatures do not affect them much, even humans cannot cut them down as building materials. They have tried many years ago. but because the trees are very big When they fall to the ground, they split into a million pieces.
Getting around Sequoia National Park can be an adventure. 84% of this national park is only accessible by horse or on foot. So you have no choice but to slow down and enjoy the trip on foot or by horse. Maybe many people have heard of big trees in Sequoia, but only people who have explored them know how deep and dark this part really is.
Vivid Sequoia National Park Weather
Vivid Sequoia National Park Weather 
Sequoia National Park even has an underground version. A secret cave system right under the famous crystal tree. This cave is the largest and most explored either on foot or on a crawling belly expedition. The seventh grade pictures and science books have not been able to describe stalactites and mineral formations that have been made for thousands of years. If you are wondering how to save a straight formation remember that T in a stalactite means they hang from the top of the cave.
There are more than 80 caves under Sequoia National Park. It's surprising that this part isn't explored just to protect the collection of these caves. Whatever happens when visiting Sequoia National Park, dive into the Crystal Cave. This is an underground world that looks, like something from a science fiction film that you watch.

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