Sequoia National Park, Famous National Parks California in the Southern Sierra Nevada, Visalia

Sequoia National Park is a national parks california in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of Visalia, USA. The park created on September 25, 1890 with park spans 1,635 km2, Sequoia Park is home to Mount Whitney at 4421 m altitude. in addition, this park is home to giant Sequoias, and Sherman tree, the tallest tree on Earth which grows in the Giant Forest of ancient forests shared by Kings Canyon National Parks. This place offers interesting views from of each region, with views of wild animals and unique wild plant that fills an entire forest, so lots of tourists do hiking, camping, or take a full experience for fishing in the lake.

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