If 10 Stars Was An Option, That’s What I’d Rate It! Best tour ever! It was so nice to be picked up and dropped off at our lodging. He was prompt and so very attentive. We learned SO MUCH about this beautiful area.
Sequoias In The Winter
Make the Most of Your Time in the Park
Kings Canyon National Park
The Nation's Christmas Tree
Simply the best way to experience the biggest trees on the planet, especially in the winter, Sequoia Sightseeing Tours.
Leave the mountain winter navigation to our professional drivers/guides who will safely drive you then guide you through these towering giants. Blanketed in a snowy wonderland you’ll have no worries of chains for your car to get up an icy mountain road, where to eat or what to do on your day. Sequoia Sightseeing Tours has you and your family’s day amongst the biggest trees on the planet covered. You can relax and completely enjoy your time in one of nature’s most beautiful places.
Giant Sequoias in a winter wonderland
Picnic Lunch included
Snowshoes and other equipment provided for traveling in winter conditions
Stops made in the green pastoral ranch lands and farms of the central valley
Transportation in a comfortable, air-conditioned tour vehicle, not a giant bus, with a knowledgeable and friendly guide
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$ 775.00 for 1-4 people; lunch included
+ $159.00 per additional person
Private tour time will be arranged
We will pick you up from your lodging
Nov 1st to April 30th, 7 days a week
Full day 5-7 hours
Private tour size is open to each individual group.
- Park entrance fees
- Snow shoes
- Cleats for your personal shoes, if walkways are icy
What to bring
- Shoes or boots with good sole
- Winter clothing (gloves, hat, ect.)
- Dress in layers there may be snow but it
- It can be 40 to 60 deg. Fahrenheit
About your guide
One naturalist guide per group.
What You'll See and Do
Throughout your day we travel in many landscapes as we make our way to the largest trees in the world. We pass through forgotten California cattle ranches and rich central valley farm country, where we stop to walk through orchards of oranges. Then arrive at the nation’s Christmas tree, The General Grant Tree towering at over 265ft tall and at a base diameter of almost 29ft, it’s one of the largest trees in the world. The tree stands amongst countless other sequoias. We will walk through a giant sequoia learning about their relationship with fire. Will visit an old pioneer cabin and learn of the first Europeans to enter the area. Visiting a stump of a sequoia the logging tale will be told. The first peoples on the land, native Americans their story is shared and a host of others.
We will start the afternoon with an incredible picnic lunch and for those so inclined, a snow shoe walks through a beautiful meadow before we start our descent from the park and back to your lodging.
We look forward to sharing these amazing places with you and your family!
See What Our Guests Are Saying
Amazing tour in the middle of winter. Paul was a thoughtful and knowledgeable guide of this beautiful region. We were able to see sights that not many people see when they visit the park for the day and Paul (our guide) gave us a great insight into the park itself. Thank you for a great day! Would highly recommend to everyone.