An undated handout photo of a typical glamping setup at at Sequoia High Sierra Camp in California. With “glamping,” or glamorous camping, spiking in popularity, a handful of companies offer luxury getaways at America’s most celebrated national parks. (Sequoia Camp via The New York Times)
An undated handout photo of a typical glamping setup at at Sequoia High Sierra Camp in California. With “glamping,” or glamorous camping, spiking in popularity, a handful of companies offer luxury getaways at America’s most celebrated national parks. (Sequoia Camp via The New York Times) SEQUOIA CAMP NYT
An undated handout photo of a typical glamping setup at at Sequoia High Sierra Camp in California. With “glamping,” or glamorous camping, spiking in popularity, a handful of companies offer luxury getaways at America’s most celebrated national parks. (Sequoia Camp via The New York Times) SEQUOIA CAMP NYT

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