Places and Attractions

Crystal Cave

64740 Wuksachi Way Sequoia National Park, California 93262
(866) 807-3598
www.visitsequoia.com/crystal-cave.aspx

About Crystal Cave

Not every Sequoia National Park vista point is “under the sun.” There’s another Sequoia, just below the surface. Crystal Cave is a treasure-cavern of ornate marble polished by subterranean streams and decorated with curtains of icicle-like stalactites and mounds of stalagmites. 

 
Located about a 40 minute drive south of Wuksachi Lodge, Crystal Cave at Sequoia is available for exploration during the summer months only. Sequoia Natural History Association offers 45-minute guided tours daily from May through November (weather permitting). Special Candlelight Tours and the belly-crawling “Wild Cave” Tour are visitor favorites. Cave temperature is a constant 48 degrees so a jacket or sweater is recommended. For more detailed information visit www.sequoiahistory.org/crystalcave. 

Crystal Cave is located off the Generals Highway in Sequoia National Park, between the Ash Mountain entrance and Giant Forest. There’s a half-mile hike required to get to the cave entrance – the reward is well-worth the scenic stroll. Purchase tickets at the Foothills or Lodgepole Visitor Center.


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