Redwood Mountain Grove Hart Trail Loop

Wilsonia, California

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The Redwood Mountain Grove represents the largest intact grove of giant sequoias in the world. Such a distinction would seemingly make this area a tourist magnet, yet the trails are lightly used. Without a paved road to the trailhead, a plethora of signs pointing the way, or a motorized tram similar to Yosemite’s conveyance through Mariposa Grove, this grove of magnificent trees can be experienced sans crowds. Walking among the towering monarchs in relative tranquility and basking in the presence of the world’s largest living trees without hordes of tourists can be a transcendent experience on this 7-plus-mile-loop through the grove’s eastern side.

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"The Redwood Mountain Grove represents the largest intact grove of giant sequoias in the world. Such a distinction would seemingly make this area a tourist magnet, yet the trails are lightly used. Without a paved road to the trailhead, a plethora of signs pointing the way, or a motorized tram similar to Yosemite’s conveyance through Mariposa Grove, this grove of magnificent trees can be experienced sans crowds. Walking among the towering monarchs in relative tranquility and basking in the presence of the world’s largest living trees without hordes of tourists can be a transcendent experience on this 7-plus-mile-loop through the grove’s eastern side."

Activity Type: Backpacking, Hiking
Nearby City: Wilsonia
Distance: 7.25
Elevation Gain: 2,065 feet
Trail Type: Loop/Lollipop
Skill Level: Moderate
Duration: 2 days
Season: Late April to November
Local Contacts: Sequoia National Park
Local Maps: General Grant Grove

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Jun 2018