About this spot
The Tuolumne Grove is the middle-sized sequoia grove in the park with the Mariposa Grove being the largest and the Merced Grove the smallest. One factor that makes this grove special is the abundance of dogwood trees found intermixed with the redwoods. The dogwoods have a pretty white flower in springtime and turn a rich red in autumn giving a mix of color to the sequoia grove. Another unique landmark in this grove is the standing tunnel tree. Although the tree is dead and the top has succumbed to lightning and fire you can still pass through the oldest tunnel tree, created in 1878 for tourists to enjoy.
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