Boole Tree Access

A dirt road winds into a forest
The access point for the Boole Tree

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Sequoia National Forest
National Forest

Parking - Auto, Restroom, Toilet - Vault/Composting, Trailhead

This 2.5-mile trail in the national forest outside the park leads to the magnificent Boole Tree, one of the few monarch sequoias spared by 19th-century logging. It also offers great views over and across the Kings River country. Take Highway 180 2.5 miles north of Grant Grove, and turn onto the dirt road. In about 2 miles, you pass through aptly named Stump Meadow, the remnants left by an 1800s logging operation.

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks

Last updated: February 24, 2021