Trail of 100 Giants

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Trail of 100 Giants is a 1.4 mile loop trail located near Springville, California and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking and is accessible from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.

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This is the ideal trail if you have young children and you want to introduce them to hiking. It's flat and paved with plenty to see and climb on. Not to mention the jaw-dropping awe that the giant redwoods inspire. The pictures really don't do it justice. You have to see them for yourself. We brought our three children (ages 9, 7 & 5) and our dog and we had a blast.

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Beautiful trail that is laid out so smoothly. With every corner or twist in the trail stands a Redwood with a story of its own. The magnificent roots that are exposed look magical. The scent of nature fills the air. Standing on a fallen Redwood was a wonderful feeling. You don't get that opportunity too many times in our lifetime. This is a must go! The still small creek flowing over a blanket of moss, is soothing to the eyes and soul.

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So beautiful! Clean, easy trail, bathrooms. It was the hiker's 5 star paradise!

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The paved trail makes it very easy to walk, for the old and young. Nice and short, did the trail last year, and loved it.

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Its a good little walk. They should'nt have paved the trail its takes away the naturalness of the scenery.

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Great hike for introducing kids or those who cannot hike far to the majesty of the Sequoias. Paved gentle trail, wheelchair accessible, wonderful photo ops. Bring insect reliant in the warm months.

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It's a short easy paved trail. Bring some mosquito repellents.

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Great leisurely walk through the giants.

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Very easy but nice. Sunday crowds were a little noisy at times, but I was able to find a quiet spot. A twin trees joined at the base just fell across a section of the path, which makes for a spectacular bypass around the NEW fallen giant.

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