The Sequoia Field Institute offers a wide variety of educational experiences in public lands. From barge tours of Lake Kaweah to the summit of the tall peaks of the Sierra Nevada, or a curriculum-based school field trip to a customized bird walk in Sequoia National Park's Giant Forest, the Sequoia Field Institute will create memories for you.
Each year, the non-profit Institute presents a course catalog sure to please every type of nature lover. Extensive backpacking trips, natural history walks, kayaking instruction and winter sports to name a few. EdVentures are a great way to connect with others who have similar interests and to stroll the parks with local experts. If a more personalized park experience is what you seek, guide services are customized to specific interests. There is no better way to gain a better understanding and deep appreciation of the southern Sierra Nevada than through a personal experience led by an experienced guide and naturalist.
Best of all, 100% of the proceeds from fees remains in the parks.
Areas of Service and Expertise
The Sequoia Field Institute is the educational division of the Sequoia Natural History Association. Programs cover all areas of natural and cutural history related to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks and surrounding public lands. Instructors and guides are highly qualified in their area of expertise.
Sequoia Natural History Association (SNHA) is a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting education, interpretation, research and the natural and historic preservation of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Devils Postpile National Monument and Lake Kaweah. SNHA is committed to enriching the experiences of visitors and promoting public awareness of the significance of public lands through educational programs, publications and financial support.
Types of Experiences and Trips Provided
Short nature walks, day hikes, backpacking treks, winter exploration, snowshoe walks, cross country ski adventures, and kayak trips. All trips and courses are led by experienced guides and naturalists.
We take a green approach to exploring our public lands.
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are not permitted on park trails or on these education programs.