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Sherman Tree Fallen Branch - Sequoia National Park
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Sequoia & Kings Canyon Virtual Tour on CDROM
Explore the Sequoias, Rivers, Caves, Vistas, & History

Explore and experience the ancient sequoia trees, underground caves, and history of Sequoia and Kings Canyon through this virtual tour CDROM.

Special Crystal Cave Panoramas
In collaboration with the Sequoia Natural History Association, a series of cave panoramas are included offering a unique fully illuminated view of this hidden gem.

Pan and zoom to explore each panorama! Travel through the park and surrounding areas using the interactive maps and images on this Virtual Tour! Plays on your computer. Mac and PC compatible.

360 Degrees of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Virtual Tour CDROM

Explore hard to reach sites such as...
Crystal Cave Dome Room Meysan Lake
Dome Room at Sequoia National Park Mesan Lake at Sequoia National Park
Black Arch Moro Rock Summit
Black Ranch at Sequoia National Park Moro Rock Summit at Sequoia National Park

Sites included on the program include the following:

     + Amphitheatre Point
     + Atwell Mill Site
     + Autolog
     + Beetle Rock Summit
     + Big Stump Mill Site
     + Big Trees North Trail
     + Big Trees South Trail
     + Black Arch
     + Buckeye Flats River View
     + Buttress Tree
     + Cattle Cabin
     + Cheif Sequoya Tree
     + Circle Meadow
     + Crystal Cave: Dome Room
     + Crystal Cave: Entrance
     + Crystal Cave: Junction Room
     + Crystal Cave: Marble Hall
     + Crystal Cave: Organ Room
     + Crystal Cave: River View
     + Crescent Meadow
     + Eagle Lake Trail
     + Eagle View
     + Eli's Paradise
     + Four Guardsmen
     + Founders Group
     + General Lee Tree (congress trail)
     + General Grant Tree (winter view)
     + General Grant Tree (Winter view closeup)
     + General Grant Tree (spring view)
     + General Sherman (spring)
     + General Sherman (winter)
     + General Sherman Broken Branch
     + Grizzly Falls
     + Hazelwood Trail Meadow
     + Hazelwood Trail Brook

     + Hazelwood Trail Fire
     + Horseshoe Bend
     + House Group
     + Junction View
     + Kaweah Bridge
     + Kaweah River
     + Knapps Cabin
     + Leaning Tree
     + Lee Tree and Fallen Monarch
     + Mallory Summit
     + Mark Twain Stump
     + McKinley Tree
     + Meysan Lake Closeup
     + Monarch Lakes Trail
     + Moro Rock Summit
     + Moro Rock Trail
     + Mt. Whitney Range Foothills
     + Muir Rock
     + Near Yucca Point
     + Near Camp Lake
     + Roaring River Falls
     + Senate Group Interior
     + Sentinel Tree View
     + Sentinel Tree
     + Sunset Rock
     + Telescope Tree
     + Tharps Log
     + The Cloister
     + The President
     + Tokopah Falls
     + Tunnel Log
     + Zumalt Meadow
     + Zumalt Talus Slope

360 Degrees of Sequoia Kings National Park makes these distant or difficult-to-access locations accessible to teachers, students, and park service personnel. The interpretive program makes it possible to explore and learn about sites that people want to visit but cannot, either due to distance, weather, lack of accessibility, or simply because some sites are always closed to the public. However, if you have had the pleasure of visiting the National Park in person, the 360-degree Virtual Tour is a terrific way to share your experience with friends and family. We help you take nature home!

Learn More About Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park:
To learn more about the parks visit the National Park Service website at:

Learn More About Sequoia Natural History Association:
The Sequoia Natural History Association (SNHA) is a non-profit membership organization dedicated to supporting education, interpretation, research, and the natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Devils Postpile National Monument, Lake Kaweah, and other areas of the National Park System. The SNHA is committed to enriching the experiences of visitors and promoting public awareness of the significance of national parks through educational programs, publications and financial support. To learn more, visit the website at:

Special thanks to:

This program was developed with the assistance of the National Park Service, Sequoia & Kings National Parks, and Mark Tilchen and the staff at the Sequoia Natural History Association. Crystal Cave map information and interpretive input provided by Joel Despain at the Sequoia & Kings Canyon Cave Resources Office. FCS received critical assistance with the interpetive text and view links from Cathy Purchis and William Tweed.

Additional Historic Photos Courtesy of:
The Library of Congress

Interpretive Virtual Tour Testimonialss
"As a computer specialist for Mesa Verde National Park, I was surprised the park did not have more hands-on or interactive programs for visitors when I joined the park in 2001. Most of the exhibits contain historical artifacts behind glass, which is great for displaying items to our visitors. The technology era we now live in supports so much more for people to see and do when they vacation. The 360 degree exhibit Four Chambers installed at the Far View Visitor Center assists Mesa Verde National Park to provide an interactive medium for presenting important cultural resources of the park to our visitors. Especially to people who may not be able to attend live tours in the cliff dwellings. The 360 degree virtual tour application can take them there and provide essential interpretive information about cultural resources of the park. In my opinion, the virtual tours are a great way to expand our visitation to Mesa Verde."

--Flint Boardman
Mesa Verde National Park


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