Chicago Stump Trailhead

Area Status: Closed
This area is Closed
 

The Chicago Stump Trail is a short and easy hike to a very interesting and historical site.  The hike weaves through Jeffrey pines and shrubs to a verdant meadow ringed by young sequoias, red firs and azaleas.  The Chicago Stump was originally known as the General Noble Tree.  In 1897,  it was cut down into sections and reassembled at the Chicago World's Fair. This magnificent display was referred to as the "California Hoax," because of widespread skepticism that a species as big as the giant sequoia ever existed.  Distance: 0.6 miles, out and back.

At a Glance

Current Conditions: Winter Road Closure in effect. 11/21/2018. Trailhead access is limited.
Operational Hours:  Chicago Stump Road (13S03) is closed. Trail head is accessible by hiking or horseback.
Usage: Light
Operated By: Forest Service

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  Latitude : 
36.7906

  Longitude : 
-118.9833

 



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