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Mountain Biking Clinic
"This course is geared towards people who want to learn the basics on their mountain bikes. The course consists of on- and off-the-bike instruction and riding. The morning hours of the clinic will consist of outdoor classroom lesson instruction and bike h Focus and BalancePedaling techniquesGearing/ShiftingBraking TechniquesClimbing TechniqueCornering Techniques on uphill downhill and switchbacksBike Handling DrillsTrail Repair fixing a flat and chain maintenance.Trail Etiquette and general discussion on bike “anatomy” hydration
From $90.00
 
Sea Cave Kayaking at Channel Islands National Park
"Meet at 8:15am in Ventura Harbor to board the high-speed catamaran for the 1-hour crossing to Santa Cruz Island. As you cross the marine-rich Santa Barbara Channel the captain and crew keep a sharp lookout for wildlife including Humpback California Gray Blue Minke Finback and other whale species! It is a common occurrence for visitors to find themselves among megapods of dolphins as well. For total enjoyment
From $209.00
 
Earthquake Canyon Express Downhill Bike Adventure
"The Earthquake Canyon Express – Riders are treated to a geologic extravaganza on this 20 mile tour that descends through the heart of the San Andreas Fault zone on a paved road to the heart of grape country near Mecca. There are no cross roads no turns and very little traffic which makes this a relaxing sightseeing adventure. Riders will see the stark beauty of the desert as they descend a total of 1200 feet over the route.The course takes riders from the transition zone between the Colorado an winds its way through the narrow canyon walls of Box Canyon and finishes with spectacular views of the Salton Sea Mt. San Jacinto the All-American Canal and the agriculture of the eastern Coachella Valley. The tour finishes with a visit to the Oasis Date Gardens for a date shake and restroom break."
From $105.00

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Sequoia Gifts and Souvenirs

Sequoia Gifts and Souvenirs is small and intimate. The owner, Scott, was very helpful in helping me select a unique gift for my sister's upcoming birthday. She loved it by the way! I originally went...
yugobol
Apr 04, 2011

Blossom Trail Fruit Stand

I am not sure why Minkler, CA isn't on my map, but it is worth stopping at the road side fruit market. (Highway 180 and Reed Ave.) It is on the way to Sequoia National Park, right before the...
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mikehanneman
Jan 23, 2008

Reimer's Candy, Gifts and Ice Cream

Make sure to make a stop in the town of Three Rivers, just south of the Sequoia National Park. And look for Reimer's Candy and Ice Cream Store. The Reimer's family originally comes from Northern...
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KaiM
Sep 15, 2004

Grants Lodge Gift Shop

Yes, even the national parks have souvenier stands usually located near their visitor centers. Items related to the US National Park systems and in particular the Sequoia National Park can be bought...
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awayhome
Jun 07, 2004
 
 
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Top Things to Do in Sequoia National Park

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Moro Rock

Moro Rock is well worth the climb for its views over the park and the high Sierra's in the distance. To get there you can either take a shuttle from the Giant Forest Museum or take a 1 1/2 mile hike....
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Tunnel Log

If you are looking for the Tunnel Tree in either Sequoia, King's Canyon or even Yosemite, you are out of luck. That poor creature who had its base tunneled through for tourism was never in fact in any...
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Crystal Cave Trail

The narrow and winding Crystal Cave Road is only 7 miles long, but has over 100 turns as it twists its way through forest and foothills to the entrance of Crystal Cave. There are a multitude of...
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Sequoia National Park

Lovely park. Lodgepole is the best campground, is closest to the attractions, and there are many hiking trails right off the campground. Top things to do:1) Morro Rock, 2) General Sherman/Congress...
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King's Canyon National Park

Also on the Grant Grove Trail is the Fallen Monarch Tree which was used by early homesteaders, the Gamlin Brothers as they built their real cabin. Later, it was utilized as a hotel and saloon. The...
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Sherman Tree

The General Sherman Tree is considered the largest living tree by volume. It is neither the tallest or widest but if you combine its 275 foot height with its 102 foot ground circumference, it is a...
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Top 5 Sequoia National Park Writers

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"Bigness"
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richiecdisc

"I Had to Tell a Tree about a Girl: Sequoia"
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awayhome

"Sequoia National Park:California Family Adventure"
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zrim

"Sequoias reside in mountainous terrain"
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shivan

"The hidden park"
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