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The Best Snowshoeing in Sequoia National Park

Looking for the best snowshoeing in Sequoia National Park? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Sequoia National Park. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top snowshoeing spots in and near Sequoia National Park

  • Sequoia National Park, California

    Hike Moro Rock

    Moro Rock is a granite dome with a staircase leading to the 6,725 foot summit, where you can enjoy a spectacular view of the Great Western Divide. From Generals Hwy, you can drive up Crescent Meadow Road to the parking lot at the base of Moro Rock (summer weekends the road is closed for shuttles ...
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  • Sequoia National Park, California

    Camp at Lodgepole Campground

    / 6701 ft gain
    The campground is dotted with lodgepole pine, ted fir, and shrubs, while towering groves of giant sequoias and craggy granite peaks dominate the focal points. This campground is open year round, with warm days and cool nights in the summer and snow conditions in the winter. Lodgepole campground i...
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  • Sequoia National Park, California

    Heather Lake via Watchtower Trail

    8.38 mi / 2041 ft gain
    Heather Lake via Watchtower Trail is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Sequoia National Park, California.
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  • Sequoia National Park, California

    Heather Lake via Hump Trail (Winter Route)

    7.63 mi / 2365 ft gain
    Heather Lake via Hump Trail (Winter Route) is an out-and-back trail that takes you by a lake located near Three Rivers, California.
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  • Inyo County, California

    Winter Summit Mt. Whitney

    22 mi / 6500 ft gain
    Day 1: We arrived at the Lone Pine Visitors Center at the intersection of HWY 395 and HWY 136 just south of Lone Pine, CA. We issued ourselves our overnight permits to climb Mt. Whitney and picked up our Wag Bags. You can self issue yourself the free permit Nov. 2 through Apr 30. Climbing during ...
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  • Lone Pine, California

    Hike to The Tuttle Creek Ashram

    3 mi / 1500 ft gain
    The Tuttle Creek Ashram is an abandoned stone building, "church" or place of enlightenment tucked away in the beautiful Eastern Sierra. Sitting at an elevation around 8000 feet, construction on the beautiful building was first started in 1928. The building took 20 years of hard manual labor to fi...
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  • Big Pine, California

    Backpack Atop Sawmill Pass

    20 mi / 6700 ft gain
    At 11,347 ft., Sawmill Pass lies on the Sierra Crest and enters Kings Canyon National Park in the Woods Creek area. Both the John Muir Trail (JMT) and the Pacific Crest Trail (PCT) can be accessed through this pass. The Sawmill Pass trail is a steep and arduous climb, gaining over 6700 feet of e...
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  • Shaver Lake, California

    Camp at Sawmill Flat Campground

    / 6728 ft gain
    Sawmill Flat Campground operates on a first come, first serve basis and is generally open from June - December. The campground provides bathrooms, and each site is equipped with picnic tables and a fire ring. The maximum group size per site is 6. This is a popular campground with hunters.  Dinkey...
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  • Kernville, California

    Cannell Peak from Sierra Way

    28.76 mi / 7707 ft gain
    Cannell Peak from Sierra Way is an out-and-back trail where you may see wildflowers located near Kernville, California.
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