By Suzanne Fox
Explore California’s central Sierra, where the vast scenic beauty of national parks meets small town charm of the communities that surround them.
Journey from destination to destination along the Majestic Mountain Loop to explore Sequoia, Kings Canyon and Yosemite National Parks on an unforgettable 3-day vacation.
The Majestic Mountain Loop highlights features of each park and offers pre-crafted itineraries and shows time-crunched travelers how much they can experience in just 3 days.
Itineraries have been developed for different seasons and can be followed starting at any park. The best routes have been mapped out for people who have big travel aspirations but are pressed for time.
Trek to Sequoia National Park, with suggested stops at attractions such as the world’s largest living thing, the General Sherman Tree.
Start your adventure in Visalia, and enjoy some of the finest farm-fresh cuisine at over 60 locally-owned restaurants. Trek to Sequoia National Park, with suggested winter/spring stops at popular attractions such as the worldís largest living thing, the General Sherman Tree.
Located in the heart of the park, Wuksachi Lodge offers the perfect overnight respite for travelers along the Loop.
Take in the panoramic settings and savor the fare at The Peaks Restaurant. From there, enjoy the echoing canyons in Kings Canyon and visit the 2nd largest tree on Earth, the General Grant tree.
After a long day, travelers are welcomed into the Oakhurst area town, situated in the foothills that connect Kings Canyon to Yosemite National Park. Here, visitors are encouraged to visit the local museums and art galleries, take a ride on the historic railroad, visit a winery, or relax with a glass of local wine at one of the many restaurants.
“Loopers” will be up early for a full day of adventuring to Yosemiteís most iconic spots. Often speechless as they gaze down the valley from Tunnel View and look out at Half Dome from Glacier Point, travelers relish in the stunning wonder of this famous Park.
To learn more about the Majestic Mountain Loop, visit www.majesticmountainloop.com