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Sequoia National Park

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Sequoia National Park, Tulare County, California, 93262, United States (36.49584 -118.55992)

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Name: Sequoia National Park topographic map, elevation, relief.
Coordinates: 36.29108 -118.91954 36.70066 -118.23495
Minimum elevation: 300 m
Maximum elevation: 4,384 m
Average elevation: 2,395 m

Sequoia National Park

Many park visitors enter Sequoia National Park through its southern entrance near the town of Three Rivers at Ash Mountain at 1,700 ft (520 m) elevation. The lower elevations around Ash Mountain contain the only National Park Service-protected California Foothills ecosystem, consisting of blue oak woodlands, foothills chaparral, grasslands, yucca plants, and steep, mild river valleys. The region is also home to abundant wildlife: bobcats, foxes, ground squirrels, rattlesnakes, and mule deer are commonly seen in this area, and more rarely, reclusive mountain lions and the Pacific fisher are seen as well. The last California grizzly was killed in this park in 1922 (at Horse Corral Meadow). The California Black Oak is a key transition species between the chaparral and higher elevation conifer forest.

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