Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park in the southern Sierra Nevada mountain range offers a wide selection of sights and activities and is open all year round. Glampers can go hiking, visit groves of giant sequoia trees, drive to beautiful viewpoints, climb Moro Rock, explore Crystal Cave, ski or snowshoe, rock climb, go horseback riding, fish, and kayak. Visit the Giant Forest which is home to the largest living sequoia, General Sherman, which is 275 feet tall, 102 feet in circumference and is estimated to be about 2000 years old. The park contains the highest point in the contiguous US, Mount Whitney, at 14,505 feet above sea level. The park has 1,300 native plant species and nearly 300 native animal species including black bear, marmot, pika, bighorn sheep, and deer. Glamping options nearby are cabins, a caboose, nature lodges, and cottages.