Home to some of the largest trees in the world, Sequoia and Kings Canyon have a forest-charm like no other. Massive Redwoods and crisp air surround you as you wander through the windy roads. Winters in Sequoia and Kings Canyon ignites a childlike feeling of nostalgia, looking through a frosted window with a cozy fire burning aside you and a steamy beverage warming your hands. There are certainly no wrong turns in both of these parks and when a fresh layer of snow graces the branches of these massive trees, you’re struck with awe and never want to leave.
Here are 3 of our favorite blogs featuring things to do in winter in Sequoia:
- It’s Kelsie Marie | Winter in Sequoia National Park
- Fun Life Crisis | Guide to Visiting Sequoia National Park in the Winter
- National Parks Service | Sequoia & Kings Canyon
Get cozy this season with our Sequoia California Scented Candle with notes of musky redwood, spiced cinnamon and creamy vanilla and our Kings Canyon California Scented Candle featuring a captivating mixture of sugar pine, juniper berries and cedar wood.