Built as a luxury retreat, nestled into the High Sierra wilderness, Sequoia High Sierra Camp has all the trappings of a lavish resort mixed with the rugged appeal offered only by the unsettled country from Sequoia to Yosemite. Within a short hike or drive of numerous hiking trails, streams, lakes, meadows, and peaks, Sequoia High Sierra Camp is the last luxury resort before becoming fully immersed in the rough back county. Luxury accommodations include canvas cabins with plush mattresses, innovative cuisine, and creature comforts not typically offered with camping.
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Sequoia High Sierra Camp prides itself on leaving as little impact on the surround environment as possible. Natural materials, solar path lighting, care to preserve native vegetation, and little impact to the natural flow of the land all add to the ecological appeal of Sequoia High Sierra Camp.
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Sequoia High Sierra Camp has two options available to guests. Both require a hike into the camp, either a one mile or a twelve mile.
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Our Camp requires a short hike to access the camp. From this base location many trails, meadows, mountains and forests are accessible.
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What to Bring
Unlike typical camping, Sequoia High Sierra Camp handles most of the necessary items: shelter, meals, toiletries, and linens. Guests are recommended to bring more personal items including clothing, sunscreen, bug spray, and, of course, a camera.
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Sequoia High Sierra Camp doesn't sit next to a parking lot on a paved road, a short drive and hike are required to reach our location.
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Our camp is located at more than 8,000 feet above sea level. We recommend that guests give themselves time to acclimate to this rise in elevation.
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