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www.nps.gov/seki/faqtunnel.htm

Tunnel Log is on Moro Rock / Crescent Meadow Road in the Giant Forest area of Sequoia National Park. Sequoia National Park's Tunnel Log. Visitors to Sequoia and Kings Canyon can drive through Sequoia Park's fallen "Tunnel Log" located along the Crescent Meadow Road in Giant Forest.

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The most famous of the drive-through giant sequoia trees was the Wawona Tree, in the Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park.That is the one you see in those antique postcards. The tunnel was cut through the tree in 1881.

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The Wawona Tree, also known as the Wawona Tunnel Tree, was a famous giant sequoia that stood in Mariposa Grove, Yosemite National Park, California, USA, until February 1969. It had a height of 227 feet (69 m) and was 26 feet (7.9 m) in diameter at the base. The origin of the word Wawona is not known.

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Iconic Sequoia 'Tunnel Tree' Brought Down By California Storm : The Two-Way The Pioneer Cabin Tree in Calaveras Big Trees State Park was one of California's few remaining tunneled-through sequoias ...

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A giant sequoia, one that you could drive through, was toppled this week by the potent winter storm that swept through California, but it was not a tree within a national park. Rather, it was the Pioneer Cabin tree located in Calaveras Big Trees State Park .

www.visitsequoia.com/explore/scenic-drives

Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park Scenic Drives are a great way to see some of the parks' most famous scenic points. Be sure to check out the Kings Canyon Scenic Byway if you have a chance. Stop and explore sequoia groves, waterfalls, or lush open meadows.

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If you are thinking of a black and white photograph of an old car driving through tree, that was likely the "Wawona Tree". This was a giant sequoia in Yosemite National Park. Due to the damage caused by cutting it, this tree fell over in 1969 under a heavy snowfall. Did you hear of a drive-through tree that fell down in the winter of 2016-2017?

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chandelier_Tree

The Chandelier Tree in Drive-Thru Tree Park is a 276-foot (84 m) tall coast redwood tree in Leggett, California with a 6-foot (1.8 m) wide by 6-foot-9-inch (2.06 m) high hole cut through its base to allow a car to drive through.

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A massive sequoia tree that was carved into a tunnel in the 1800s toppled to the ground during a winter storm in California on Sunday, according to Calaveras Big Trees State Park officials. The ...

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Winter storm fells one of California’s iconic drive-through tunnel trees, carved in the 1880s ... which was to compete with the Wawona Tree in the nearby Yosemite National Park. The North Grove ...