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Hike the Wuksachi Trail

Trees surround a meadow with golden flowers on a cloudy day
Cahoon Meadow is a serene destination for a half day hike.
For a more secluded trek, head to the Wuksachi Trail. The 3 mile trail begins at the end of Wuksachi Way, just beyond the Wuksachi Lodge. The fern lined trail crosses two wooden bridges, first over Clover Creek and then Siliman Creek. The trail continues through pine forest and gentle slopes.

After Siliman Creek, the Wuksachi Trail intersects with the Twin Lakes Trail. Head north (left) for a moderate 2.6 mile (one-way) hike to Cahoon Meadow, which erupts with wildflowers in spring and early summer. Turn south (right) toward the Lodgepole Campground, where you can catch the Purple Route 3 shuttle back to the Wuksachi Lodge (summer only).
Details
Entrance fees may apply, see Fees & Passes information.
The free Sequoia Shuttle system operates during the summer only. In the winter, be prepared for snow conditions.

Last updated: July 23, 2018