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Not your average national park site! Visit this attraction in Sequoia National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada in east-central California.

Tunnel log is a massive fallen sequoia across the middle of the road, which is a great photo opportunity for visitors of the national park. The mammoth tree fell over in 1937, but a year later, a car tunnel was carved in the middle of its trunk so vehicles could still pass through.

Although there may be a bit of a wait during prime summer weekends, this is a great spot to get a memorable photo of a location that's fun for the whole family. It’s not every day you get to see something like it! Drive through the tunnel on your way to your next hike or destination for a moment of awe.

You can access tunnel log along Crescent Meadow Rd near Moro Rock. 

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Nearby

Backpack the High Sierra Trail

Hike Crescent Meadow

Hike Moro Rock

Hike through the Giant Forest in Sequoia NP

Camp at Buckeye Flat in Sequoia National Park

Hike the Congress Trail