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Giant sequoia trees in Grant's Grove in Kings Canyon National Park

Here 2 trees are described in Grant's Grove in Kings Canyon National Park (Tulare County).

Grant's Grove, or General Grant Grove, is a rather small giant sequoia grove in the greater Kings Canyon National Park. The grove is accessible, and is one of the very few places where visitors can park their car really close to old growth giant sequoia trees. There is a short half a mile loop between really big trees, and around the most famous tree in the grove: General Grant, the third largest tree in the world.

The trees

Specimen Girth Height
General Grant (giant sequoia "3688") 27.80 m @ 1.37 m 81.10 m
Giant sequoia (Sequoiadendron giganteum) "14605" ? ?

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Grant's Grove, picture by Tiziano Rootman Fratus, 2013-07-14

A practical information: you can buy the map of the General Grant Tree Trail at the starting point of the Trail. Price: Us dollar 1,50.

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General Grant (giant sequoia "3688")

Grant's Grove, picture by Miguel Vieira

Grant's Grove, picture by wehardy

Grant's Grove, picture by Joel Skok, 2012-11-21

The General Grant tree, thought to be the second largest tree on earth, photographed here in 1976.

Grant's Grove, picture by Brad Luke, 2007-07-03

Note the person standing right next to the tree, giving some sense of scale.

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