Dog-friendly Trail of 100 Giants

Trail of 100 Giants

County Route 107
Springville, California 93260
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Local Phone: (559) 784-1500

Ziggy at Trail of 100 Giants
Feeling tiny among giants. Photo Credit: ziggy_surfdog

Trail of 100 Giants is an easy, accessible walk through Long Meadow Grove, one of the premier groves of giant sequoias. The grove showcases monarchs estimated to be up to 1,500 years old. About 1.3 miles of paved trail offers several loop options with interpretive signs.

Elevation: 6,400 feet
Difficulty (hiking):  Easy - 30 minutes
Facilities: Available at Redwood Meadow Campground

Facilities include a paved parking area, restrooms, picnic area and campground nearby.

This trail is ONLY accessible by road during the summer months, weather depending, due to annual closures by Tulare County.

The trail is located on Western Divide Highway (107) across the road from Redwood Meadow Campground and Trail of 100 Giants parking area. The trail is about 45 miles northwest of Kernville, 41 miles southeast of Springville, and 15 miles northeast of California Hot Springs.

• Dogs must be on a leash.

Photo Credit: ziggy_surfdog

SeaBass loves the Sequoias! Photo Credit: Megan Reehill Watson
SeaBass loves the Sequoias! Photo Credit: Megan Reehill Watson
We’re all familiar with giant sequoias, those massive, awe-inspiring sentinels of the forest found only on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. The most famous groves (Mariposa and Grant) are in Yosemite and Sequoia national parks, respectively—and unfortunately, dogs are not welcome on the trails leading through them. But hark! We’ve sniffed out some alternative stands of High Sierra sequoias where DogTrekkers can wander and wonder at will with a four-legged friend at their side. more »
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