Captured this sunset as we drove back to our lodge, Wuksachi Lodge down the General's Highway. I've been to both Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks and while I love Yosemite, I might appreciate Sequoia just a bit more because of its remoteness and the solitude that it can afford. There were far fewer people in Sequoia than Yosemite. I also enjoyed the hiking more in Sequoia than I did in Yosemite. The sequoias there are definitely worth the trip and Moro Rock is a treasure.
You can experience the redwoods and seqoias in different parts of California: Muir woods, Sequoia and Kings Canyon national park, the Jedediah state park, Big Basin, Yosemite etc. No matter the place you choose you are bound to be touched by their majesty.
Yosemite and Sequoia National Parks are two of America’s largest, and most famous parks, attracting hikers, photographers, artists, and nature avids from all over the world. I went on a discovery roadtrip from Santa Monica to Yosemite, and from Yosemite to Sequoia & Kings Canyons, and it was an absolutely joyful experience.