Named after the towering trees that populate it, Sequoia National Park has been enchanting visitors for as long as people can remember. The unique shape of their trunks, as well as their elephantine structure make them a sight to remember, and they are not something to be missed out on, even in winter. There are a number of other outdoor attractions to be enjoyed alongside wonderful views, which can be experienced to their fullest by staying in a winter vacation rental. Follow the John Muir Trail to spot wildlife as you hike, and catch mountain views at Mount Whitney. Giant Forest promises a story book setting to explore, and Forester Pass provides some of the best panoramas of the park. Crystal Cave lets you explore the region underground.