Two miles from General Sherman Tree, Moro Rock is one of the most famous tourist destinations at Sequoia National Park. This is one landmark that can’t be missed during your visit. In 1858, it was first discovered by a man named Tharp and his Native-American guide. It translates as gray horse in Spanish, and it may be associated with the color of the rock. On the right side of the rock, you can walk down to the Crescent Meadow and there’s a log called Tunnel Log, where cars can pass through. Great time for a photo!