Three Rivers, California: Tunnel Rock

Tunnel Rock, giant granite boulder, is above a tunnel made by the Civilian Conservation Corps in 1938 for the park roadway. Bypassed in 1997; visitors can walk through.

Sequoia National Park

Generals Hwy,, Three Rivers, CA
Sequoia National Park, on CA-198, about 2.3 mi. north of the Ash Mountain Entrance.
Park entry fee.
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Tunnel Rock.

Tunnel Rock

Possible, but not recommended, to climb on top of Tunnel Rock. A bit of the old road with yellow striping can still be seen.

[John Francis, 08/03/2020]

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