On this walk, we hike up to the huge rock "Moro Rock," which offers a magnificent view of one of the valleys in California's Sequoia National Park.
Distance 0.4 km
A beautiful and unique hiking trail with a climb of about 400 relatively small steps leading to a viewpoint with breathtaking views of one of the Sequoia National Park's forested valleys. The route involves a total ascent of about 100 m and takes about 10 minutes one way (depending on the hiker's pace). As the ascent leads over stairs, the route is not accessible for prams or wheelchairs.
We recommend arriving early in the morning or late in the afternoon to avoid the big rush of visitors.
Update: September 30, 2022
- We recommend not to walk the route in extreme weather conditions (e.g., strong wind, snowfall).
- In the transitional season (spring and autumn), the road may be closed due to snow and ice.
- Plan enough time to finish the route before the nightfall
- Those traveling with small children should keep a close eye on them, especially in exposed places, and secure them if necessary.
Tips and hintsFor an easy view of the route and an ideal alignment on-site, we recommend downloading the Outdooractive app.
ParkingThere is an open asphalted car park near the starting point of the route.
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Book recommendations for this region:
- Comfortable hiking shoes with good soles (no flip flops)
- Sufficient amount of drinking water
- Hat and sunscreen on sunny days
- Windbreaker jacket
- 2 Waypoints
- 2 Waypoints
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Highest point m
Lowest point m
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