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#1 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Park (California) Quick Facts Best hikes: General Sherman & Congress Trail, Panther Gap via Long Meadow, Moro Rock When to visit: This park gets quite a lot of snow and closes a lot...
Great family outing, perfect for nature lovers.. with things and places to see the whole family can enjoy!
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Three Rivers 20.0 km away
#1 of 4 Nature & Parks in Three Rivers
Fabulous national park; excellent one mile easy walking trail around large sequiohs; very good meadow walkway around huge trees; good information center; we entered from south entrance: one hour to visitors enter...
Beautiful National Park with lots of trails, hiking, camping and kayaking throughout the park offer the backpacker, occasional hiker or camper, or just tourists ample opportunity to see the majesty of these trees...
#2 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Bit tough to reach to the endpoint for elders but if push yourself bit you can feel the beauty of nature.. snow capped mountain n downside roads n River views...
The Sierra Nevada Mountains are full of granite domes, the most famous being Half Done in Yosemite National Park; Moro Rock in Sequoia National Park is a much smaller one that, happily, is easily accessible by car...
#3 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
We are seniors and very fit but the Park offers many other opportunities for the less active to be able to enjoy this fantastic outdoor wonderland.
The ranger who gave a talk about the park was excellent - extremely knowledgeable and entertaining.
#4 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
This trail connects to a number of other trails in Sequoia State Park; it is beautiful, spacious and peaceful.
When in Sequoia National Park, it's typically a must to see the General Sherman tree, but if you enjoy a good walk, then consider taking the longer Congress Trail, a 3.5-mile easy-footing loop which will give you...
#5 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
The General Grant tree is worthy of a trip all by itself but to then combine it with a tour thru King's Canyon and Sequoia National Park it truly breathtaking.
Grant Grove, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park CA, is so amazing and beautiful, worth to go there.
#6 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Amazing, gigantic and millennium trees, the area was surrounded by snow and this makes one of our best vacation ever, fully recomend to visit this national park and build family memories for you and your family
... to step out and hike the first trail you run across, this park is an excellent alternative to nearby Sequoia if you want to reconnect with Mother Nature without the distractions of shuttles, crowds, and tourists.
Tokopah Falls Three Rivers 27.2 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Three Rivers
... a great way to enjoy the walk as I listened to music and after spending every waking minute w my kids and husband for 6 days straight, it was the perfect way to unwind and rejuvenate with nature and alone time!
Great hike in the park, which leaves from Lodgepole campground!
#7 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Access from the car park is easy and the grove also includes the wonderful fallen 'tunnel' tree which you may walk all the way through and gain a clearer perspective of exactly how big these majestic giants really...
We really enjoyed the peaceful serenity of the park, and the amount of information about the trees that was posted all through the park for us to read about the history, and growth of the trees.
#8 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
A highly recommended hike at Crescent Meadows is a one mile trek from the meadows, to Eagle View, voted as the second best view in Sequoia National Park.
A lovely walk keeping the beautiful Meadow at your left (because the signage was a little confusing)...the Meadow and its surroundings are Mother Nature at her best.
#9 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
4) The trailhead is located in the Cedar Grove section of the park, which takes about an hour (more if you stop for photos, and you will, because the canyon is incredibly gorgeous) from the Grant Grove area.
Zumwalt Meadows is located in the heart of the canyon and truly makes you feel one with nature.
#10 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Great access for anyone with good park info signage and big benches to sit, soak up the view and absorb the silence or watch the raptors.
Absolutely amazing spot for pictures without a crowd around, and easily one of my favorite scenic spots within the national park.
#11 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Drive to the end of the road in Kings Canyon, aptly named Roads End, park and hiked the 2.7 miles along the river back to the falls.
Only drawback was because it's so accessible it was difficult to get a one-with-nature moment.
#12 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
The waterfall on your way out is spectacular and remember to get your National Park Passport stamped on your way out of Crystal Cave!
The guide, Sierra, was very nice and inspirational about the National Parks.
Giant Sequoia National Monument Visalia 12.6 km away
#2 of 4 Nature & Parks in Visalia
A Beautiful National Park - Huge trees - interesting Hiking Paths - Very Peaceful
The hiking trails are well marked and I felt safe we were able to explore with the park rangers close by for guidance and/or assistance.
#13 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Nature has produced a forest of these incredible trees that for most of us is a once in a lifetime experience.
Definitely recommend this trail, and I will hike it again next time I visit Sequoia National Park.
#14 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Grizzly Falls are just beautiful just like pretty much the whole of the Great Sequoia National Park, at least what we saw of it.
On our trek through the park we came across Grizzly Falls and it was just stunning.
#15 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Awsome - back to nature must do
My husband and I drove through here while visiting Sequoia and King’s Canyon National Park and were blow away by the beauty of this site.
#16 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
At Cold Springs Campground there is a terrific, relatively easy, nature trail that starts at campsite #6 and travels through lush meadows and stands of aspen and cottonwood near the banks of the East Fork River fo...
From Mineral King you can hike a few days out to Mt Whitney, you can connect a few day hike up into Kings Canyon and into Cresent meadow in Sequoia national Park.
#17 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
While the living towering Sequoias in the National Park are the main draw, this meadow full of giant tree stumps left over from the logging days in the late 1880s are equally dramatic.
All over the park, you will walk among standing trees.
#18 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
I don;t think you can reach Mount Whitney by car within the park.
#19 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Preserve nature!
In late September I saw a total of 5 other people during my 5 hour hike while the rest of Kings Canyon Park was full of people.
#20 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
If you’re a hiker and are willing to travel deeper into the park, there are some excellent trails to be found, particularly the Little Baldy Trail.
If you're looking to escape some of the crowds at the attractions on the floor of the park, I wholeheartedly suggest the hike up to Little Baldy Saddle.
#21 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Preserve nature!
Interesting, but only after you have covered the park.
#22 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
This hike begins with a scenic overlook of most of the mountain peaks and lakes within King's Canyon National Park.
#23 of 35 Nature & Parks in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
While hiking we saw only 4 other people and therefore were able to enjoy nature at its best.
Starts at Grant tree lower car park (bus parking) and not sure we could've followed it correctly without the guide.
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