Yosemite National Park Tuolomne Grove to Hodgdon Meadow

Yosemite, California

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Attain deep-forest tranquility on this leisurely amble to Yosemite’s Tuolumne Grove of giant sequoias, home to some of the largest living organisms on earth. East of the towering crags and pointy spires of the Clarke and Cathedral Ranges, Yosemite unfolds into a peaceful landscape blanketed by sprawling forest and breeze-kissed meadows. On this predominantly downhill 5.8-miler, meander through a hallway of trees en route to the legendary Tuolumne Grove of giant sequoias before rolling to the idyllic Hodgdon Meadow. Best completed as a shuttle hike, this route connects the Tuolumne Grove Trailhead with the Big Oak Flat Entrance Station.
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by Ted Alvarez (Falcon Guides)

Attain deep-forest tranquility on this leisurely amble to Yosemite’s Tuolumne Grove of giant sequoias, home to some of the largest living organisms on earth.

East of the towering crags and pointy spires of the Clarke and Cathedral Ranges, Yosemite unfolds into a peaceful landscape blanketed by sprawling forest and breeze-kissed meadows. On this predominantly downhill 5.8-miler, meander through a hallway of trees en route to the legendary Tuolumne Grove of giant sequoias before rolling to the idyllic Hodgdon Meadow. Best completed as a shuttle hike, this route connects the Tuolumne Grove Trailhead with the Big Oak Flat Entrance Station.

© 2016 Ted Alvarez/Falcon Guides. All Rights Reserved.

Activity Type: Hiking
Nearby City: Yosemite
Distance: 5.8
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy
Duration: 1 day
Local Contacts: Yosemite National Park, (209) 372-020; nps.gov/yose
Driving Directions: Directions to Yosemite National Park: Tuolomne Grove to Hodgdon Meadow

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