A 240-foot-tall giant sequoia toppled in 2011 across the Trail of 100 Giants in the Giant Sequoia National Monument. New worries about how drought-weakened pine trees could fall on the trail have led officials to close the popular path to visitors. .
A 240-foot-tall giant sequoia toppled in 2011 across the Trail of 100 Giants in the Giant Sequoia National Monument. New worries about how drought-weakened pine trees could fall on the trail have led officials to close the popular path to visitors. . Special to The Bee
A 240-foot-tall giant sequoia toppled in 2011 across the Trail of 100 Giants in the Giant Sequoia National Monument. New worries about how drought-weakened pine trees could fall on the trail have led officials to close the popular path to visitors. . Special to The Bee

U.S. Forest Service closes Trail of 100 Giants over worries about falling trees

October 20, 2015 3:33 PM

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