New Years Day in Sequoia National Park, CA
Consider spending New Years Eve at Wuksachi Lodge, Sequoia's stunning signature hotel. Then start your New Years Day off in a big way with a hike through the Giant Forest. Home to the largest trees in the world, this forest affords you countless opportunities to experience the giant sequoia trees in ways you never could during the summer. You can rent snowshoes or cross-country skis at Wuksachi Village and make tracks with the native wildlife at the Wolverton Snowplay Area. Have a New Years resolution to be more adventurous? Check out the Sequoia Field Institute and learn all about camping in the snow. The Potwisha and Azalea campgrounds remain open in January, so you can witness the High Sierra in all its Winter glory.
The park also offers restaurants to help you celebrate the new year in delicious fashion. The Grant Grove and The Peaks restaurants are open year-round so you can enjoy local, sustainable cuisine with unrivaled views. Complete you day by raising a glass to January 1st with a signature Sequoia cocktail.
While New Years Day traditions usually include nursing hang-overs and watching football on the couch, you can begin your year fresh in the High Sierra. Visit Sequoia National Park and start your new year off in a huge way.
- December 31, 2018