Sequoia NP

Sequoia NP is the nations second oldest national park. It is home to the worl's largest trees. Some trees are taller, some are older and some have larger diameters, but none have a larger volume of wood. The General Sherman, pictured at right, is the world's largest living tree. It is estimated to be 2,200 years old.

The Sentintel tree, at left, is an average size Sequoia.

The slideshow, below, shows the entrance to the park, Moro Rock, a burl, a grouping of Sequois called The Three Graces plus us driving our rented Sonata through the tunnel log.