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Tori's Trails: explores natural water slides in the Sequoia

Posted at 9:58 PM, Oct 05, 2018
and last updated 2018-10-06 00:58:31-04

On a new episode of Tori's Trails we took a journey to the natural water slides in the Sequoia National Forest.

The slides are made for anyone looking to dip their feet into some fun while also getting a workout. Many know about the natural water slides but as you can imagine since it is a local spot it's a challenging to get to.

The video included here will show you visuals that will also be helpful directions paired with the ones below.


Take Mountain 99 Road north to the Johnsondale area, then turn right onto Lloyds Meadow road. From there drive roughly 5 miles up the road until you see a big turn out to the right. Park your car, walk across the road to the green gate where there is a forest service dirt road. Hike up that road three quarters of a mile. You should see a dirt stairway on the right in some bushes and you should be able to see the slides after you walk a little bit down the pathway. There were also a bundle of rocks right on the trail, marking the entry point to the right. (watch the video attached for a closer look of this area)