National Geographic : 1934 Aug
218 THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE MAIN ENTRANCE TO THE PARK OF OLDEST LIVING TREES Towering veterans, nearly 2,000 years old when Christ was born, stand hale and hearty in this tree sanctuary in California. Here, beside blue lupines, a uniformed park ranger points out to visitors snow-veiled Alta Peak. Photographs by Clifton Adams FROM WARM CITIES OF LOWLAND CALIFORNIA, WINTER VISITORS MAY REACH PARK SNOWS IN A FEW HOURS Sport lovers eagerly await news of the season's first deep snowfall. Then, with skis, staffs, and toboggans tied on their motorcars, they dash for the park, where rangers have prepared the slides and lodges are warmed and ready with hot food for the hungry horde. and lodges are warmed and ready with hot food for the hungry horde.