Kings Canyon/Sequoia


Member Rating 4 out of 5 by Emily May on February 8, 2006

Although two separate national parks, they seem to blend into one another. Generally, Sequoia is the bigger draw, with the largest trees in the world. Sequoias are the thick ones; Redwoods are the tall ones and can be found in northern California. One of the main attractions is the log tunnel. An arch big enough for a car to drive through has been carved into a fallen sequoia. It's interesting for the moment, and a good photo op, but it's also a very short moment, as the tree is only a few feet deep. Smile and take a picture to show your friends and family. My favorite section of this park involved climbing a never-ending set of stairs that wrapped around a rock. Jutting out into the canyon, the offered view was spectacular.
Sequoia and King Canyon National Parks
47050 Generals Highway
Three Rivers, 93271
(559) 565-3341

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