Last updated: September 16, 2023
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This giant sequoia fell across the road in 1937. Rather than remove it, Civilian Conservation Corps workers (the CCC) tunneled through it, creating the only "tree-you-can-drive-through" in these parks. The famous standing tunnel tree in Yosemite collapsed in 1969. Check out the wayside exhibit here for more details.
To access this area in winter, you will need to hike, snowshoe, or ski into the area.