Thirty-three groves or grove complexes of giant sequoia trees are protected within the monument for visitors to explore. Groves and individual trees that are easiest to reach by passenger vehicle include Converse Basin Grove and the Boole Tree, Indian Basin Grove, Belknap Complex, Long Meadow Grove and the Trail of 100 Giants, and Freeman Creek Grove and the Bush Loop Trail. One-page information sheets are available online at www.fs.usda.gov/sequoia or at forest offices.
Looking for adventure in more remote locations? Visit one of these groves: Bearskin, Evans Complex, Wishon area groves, Packsaddle, and Deer Creek. Be prepared, as no facilities are at these locations, roads may require high clearance vehicles, and some groves require cross-country travel on foot.