Sequoia High Sierra Camp, Gateway to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Offers a Free Nights' Stay

"
This camp near Sequoia National Monument, which features luxury camping and gourmet fare prepared by a celebrity chef, offers a discount for summer travel.
(EMAILWIRE.COM, April 13, 2009 ) Sequoia National Monument, CA - The Sequoia High Sierra Camp, a backcountry retreat that offers travelers the ultimate outdoor adventure with deluxe amenities, pampered hospitality, and distinctive cuisine surrounded by California's majestic Kings Canyon/Sequoia National Parks , is offering a free nightsí stay. Visitors that book three nights by May 15th will receive their fourth night absolutely free, giving travelers who want to explore Sequoia National Park an ideal home base in the wilderness, at an excellent value.

Sequoia High Sierra Camp welcomes guests in 36 deluxe canvas bungalows complete with comfortable amenities and vistas of Kings Canyon. Set amidst Lodgepole and Red Fir Pine at 8,282 feet, the Camp is located in Giant Sequoia National Monument, between Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks. Accommodations include plush-top beds with feather pillows, Pendleton wool blankets, and outdoor sitting areas with deck chairs and spectacular views. The bungalows are spacious at about 330 square feet, and comfortably accommodate two adults, and one additional adult or two children under the age of 12 can share the tent with provided inflatable mattresses. Daily maid service is also included with the camp amenities.

Guests are spoiled with three delectable daily meals included and served in an al fresco dining pavilion. Fresh herbs and olive oil flavor the first-class Mediterranean cuisine prepared by Executive Chef Ryan Solien, who seasoned his skills in kitchens across the United States, Bermuda, and Rome. Once a personal chef for notable celebrities, Solien creates healthy breakfast fare and on-the-go lunches daily. Each night's offers unique plated dinner delights, as menu options range from Alaskan halibut with chevre and mint risotto, to prime veal with goat cheese gnocchi, and Muscovy duck breast with wild mushroom polenta - followed by sweet treats like mountain berry crumble or chocolate molten cake.

Itís possible to take a different hike every day as day hikes traverse the region's meadows and mountainsides, and seven giant sequoia groves are within a scenic day trip of the grounds. Anglers can cast a fly-fishing line in nearby lakes and creeks, and wildlife enthusiasts are likely to spot black bears, deer, and assorted songbirds. From wildflower walks and photography to simply taking an afternoon siesta in the shade, options for rejuvenation also abound.

Season: Mid-June to Mid- September, weather permitting. Rates: $300 per night, per person rates (based on double occupancy) includes lodging, three meals each day, personal toiletries and use of bedding and towels. Solo travelers can also be accommodated (based on space availability) at $300 per person, per night. Children under 12 are $125 per night.

The Sequoia High Sierra Camp
CONTACT: Suzanne Hughes
TEL: 866-654-2877
E-MAIL: info@sequoiahighsierracamp.com
WEB: www.sequoiahighsierracamp.com
Click Here for Media Kit




Sequoia High Sierra Camp
Stephanie Moreland
Tel: 832-755-7661
Email us
This is a press release. Press release distribution and press release services by EmailWire.Com: http://www.emailwire.com/us-press-release-distribution.php.