Trail of 100 Giants

The Trail of 100 Giants Trailhead is an easy, paved hike for friends and family to do while staying with us. Experience a calm atmosphere while in nature or take pictures of the awesome sequoia trees located throughout the hike. You can also take a picnic lunch and enjoy a yummy meal while surrounded by animals in their natural habitats. *The trailhead is only open in the summer.* 

Notable Features

  • Large sequoia trees - The trees surrounding this trailhead are over 1,500 years old and extremely tall, which makes for some fantastic views.
  • Giant Sequoia National Monument - A grove established by President William J. Clinton in 2000. The grove has a tree with a 10-foot diameter.
  • Site where two trees fell - Now covered in streams, there once was a site where two trees fell and became one. Then another tree fell and damaged the site.

What to Bring

  • Hat
  • Picnic Lunch
  • Snacks
  • Water
  • Hiking Shoes
  • Jacket
  • Camera
  • Picnic Blanket
  • Backpack
  • Sunscreen


One of the best Sequoia groves I've seen, with many mature monarchs of all shapes and sizes. The fallen trees give even more perspective. The trails are easy for all to tour.
Ry Bacorn
Really nice, easy paved trail. Dog friendly, too. Not very long but would be perfect for kids. Parking lot has a couple picnic tables and basic toilets (no running water).
Leighann Breeze
Always a beautiful location, currently undergoing a 'tree mortality' treatment. Meaning a thinning out of scrub pines & small fir trees that complete with the giant Sequoias for water. We also noticed, a second massive tree had fallen sort of recently, in addition to the giant tree that fell about 10 years ago. I reside in Long Beach and have taken many visiting family & friends to this location. It never disappoints!
James Hahn
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