The Sequoia National Forest is located in the eastern center of California.
Where is this Forest?

 

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Welcome to Sequoia National Forest and Giant Sequoia National Monument

 

The Sequoia National Forest, named for the world’s largest trees, celebrates the greatest concentration of giant sequoia groves in the world. Protected within the Giant Sequoia National Monument, these groves and the areas around them are managed by the U.S. Forest Service for today and for future generations.

Learn More about the Giant Sequoia National Monument here

 

Sequoia National Forest sign The Boole Tree at its 113 foot round base and the sixth largest tree in the world View up the Middle Fork of the Kings River and the Monarch Wilderness Kings Canyon River Valley California Poppies along the Kings Canyon Scenic BywayCalifornia Poppies along the Tule River Canyon California in the Lower Tule River Canyon Leaving the Giant Sequoia National Monument sign along highway 180

 

The landscape is as spectacular as the trees!

Soaring granite monoliths, glacier-carved canyons, limestone caves, roaring world-class whitewater, and scenic lakes and reservoirs await your discovery at the Sierra Nevada's southern reach. Elevations range from 1,000 feet in the lower canyons to peaks over 12,000 feet on the crest of the Sierra, providing some of the best panoramic views in a dramatic range of settings in the entire west!

Click here to discover recreation opportunities on the Sequoia National ForestClick here to discover the Giant Sequoias on the forestClick here to discover special places of the Sequoia National Forest


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Fire and Aviation Management

The Sequoia National Forest has a very active Fire and Aviation division. Find out more about Fire and Aviation Management (FAM) on the Sequoia.


Learn more about how to prevent wildfires by making one less spark

Logo of handshake in front of tree to promote ecological restoration
A video podcast series on Ecological Restoration, called "Restore," provides video podcasts highlighting successes we are making in our restoration activities.
Click RESTORE to view the series.

Stay Connected

 

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