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Discover Sequoia National Forest In The Fall


Changing Leaves, Miles of Trails and Great Packages Make For

Unforgettable National Park Vacations

As autumn is upon us, there's no better place to be than Wuksachi Lodge in the Sequoia National Forest – the newest hotel development in California's oldest national park. Surrounded by giant sequoia trees, miles of trails and unique destinations like Moro Rock and Crystal Cave, this stunning, protected area makes it easy for nature lovers to get out and enjoy the crisp fall air and changing leaves before the chill of winter arrives.



In addition to spacious accommodations, a full-service restaurant specializing in Sierra Alpine cuisine, a cocktail lounge, retail shop and ski shop, the AAA three-diamond Wuksachi Lodge is offering guests a variety of national park vacation packages to help them make the most of the season's sights. Just a few of the options currently available are:

Fall Foliage Package
  • Learn about the flora and fauna that call Sequoia National Forest home
  • Overnight accommodations
  • Boxed lunch for two and homemade granola
  • Sequoia logo backpack stocked with binoculars and a field guide card
Diamond Anniversary Package
  • Celebrate 10 years of Wuksachi Lodge
  • Overnight accommodations
  • Commemorative Sequoia pinecone copper-dipped ornament
Fall Romance Pass Package
  • Explore Sequoia National Forest with someone special
  • Overnight accommodations
  • A bottle of Sequoia wine
  • Two wine glasses (with logo) and wine wafers
  • Cheese and cracker plate


All of these national park vacations are available through Nov. 28, 2010. Some restrictions apply. For additional information about the national park vacation packages available at Wuksachi Lodge or to discover the amenities, services and attractions available in Sequoia National Forest, please visit http://www.visitsequoia.com/.



About Wuksachi Lodge
Located in the heart of Sequoia National Park on the western slope of the Central Sierra, the 102-room Wuksachi Lodge features a panoramic mountain setting, full-service restaurant, cocktail lounge, retail shop and 1,320 sq. ft. of dedicated meeting space. Furnishings reflect an upscale, natural decor highlighting native granite rock, oak, cedar and hickory woods. Guest amenities include cable televisions, telephones with computer data ports, mini-refrigerators and coffee makers. Complimentary high speed wireless Internet access is available in the lobby and common areas. Wuksachi Lodge is operated by Delaware North Companies Parks & Resorts®, one of the nation's leading hospitality management companies, under contract with the U.S. National Park Service.
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