Long Meadow Grove, also known by some as Redwood Meadow Grove, is a giant sequoia grove in California which offers a half mile interpretive trail, Trail of 100 Giants, through majestic mature sequoias. The grove is part of the southern section of Giant Sequoia National Monument and is administered by the U.S. Forest Service.
It is fairly easy to get to by car on Western Divide Highway (County Route SM107). It is best to visit in the summer when the road is open, or in the winter by snowmobile. The grove is about 340 acres (1.4 km2) with sequoias occurring on considerably less acreage as there are several pockets of mixed conifers without sequoias in them. The grove is primarily on the west side of the road and directly across the road from Redwood Meadow Campground. Redwood Meadow campground is adjacent to Long Meadow Grove, and Trail of 100 Giants winds through the grove. Along the trail through the grove are old sequoias. These include the Umbrella Tree, False Bonsai, Spike Top, and the Cedoia Tree (a cedar and sequoia tree growing together). The Quintet is a circle of five sequoias growing together. The largest known sequoia in this grove is Red Chief tree near Table Mountain, which is the 41st largest giant sequoia with a volume of 28,723 cubic feet (813.3 m3).
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