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Tulare County : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

National Park
“Sequoia National Park is adjacent to Kings Canyon National Park in California's southern Sierra Nevada mountains. It's known for its huge sequoia trees, notably the General Sherman Tree dominating the Giant Forest. The underground Crystal Cave features streams and striking rock formations. Moro Rock is a granite dome offering sweeping park views. Nearby is the Tunnel Tree, a toppled tree cut to accommodate the road.”
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Travel Agency
“Come visit some of the most incredible, oldest and largest redwood trees you have ever seen before! They are absolutely stunning! Pack a lunch, take a hike, just relax. Make sure you have checked the weather though and have prepared with the appropriate clothes, hat, sunscreen or whatever else you might need.”
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Parc
“Only an hour's drive away. A must see are the Giant Sequoia Trees, largest in the world. There are several museums and places to eat along the Generals Highway loop. Hiking and fishing are also popular activities in the summer months. ”
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Point of Interest
“Largest living tree on the planet. Heck, in the universe (that we know of!).”
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Tree
“The experience is unique. You won't get this unique adventure somewhere else simply because of the uniqueness of just this one place.”
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Cave
“Awesome, spectacular cavern. Check to see if they are booked first. Sometimes need reservations weeks in advance.”
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Tree
“The largest tree in the world is located in the Sequoia National Park. You can easily drive to the trailhead, hike to the tree, enjoy a nice picnic and return to the Sequoia Refuge Vacation Rental home all before sundown.”
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Parc
“The rugged Sierras!! These two parks lie side by side in the Sierras. Elevations in these two parks range from 1'370'-14,494'! The weather can be drastically different from one area to the next. Wear layers and go prepared! The Land of Giants!! Go see the General Sherman Tree in the Giant Forest! and visit the Giant Forest Museum! Explore The Giant Sequoia Groves via The Big Trees Trail. Grants Grove, Redwood Mountain Grove, Muir Grove, Atwell and East Fork Groves Moro Rock is a lot of stairs but offers an amazing view of the entire park! Explore the Crystal Caves! The hike to Tokopah Falls is gorgeous! PLease check the NP websites for the most up to date info in the parks.”
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Mountain
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Forest
“Sequoia National Forest is mostly enclosed by the Sequoia Kings Canyon National Park, and you'll have to pay the National Park entrance fee to gain access to the Forest. Highlights include Buck Rock Lookout, Big Meadow, Stony Creek (gas and hiking areas), and Hume Lake (gas, store, restaurants, boating, swimming, fishing, hiking).”
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Museum
“A good stop for some orientation. There are exhibits and guidebooks and informative staff ”
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Campground
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Lodging
“Great for food and renting outdoor equipment. Also, this location has some good paths to hike.”
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Natural Feature
Parc
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