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Outdoor Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

Geologic Formation
Moro Rock Trail , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Rising high above the Sequoia and Kings Canyon national parks, Moro Rock Trail offers some of the best views in the area. Almost all of the p
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Forest
Giant Forest , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Home to General Sherman, the largest tree (and living thing) in the world, Giant Forest, contains 12 of the top 40 giant sequoias. You'll fee
Tours from $289
Nature / Wildlife Tour
Sequoia Sightseeing Tours , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Duration: 1 to 6 hours
Explore a grove of Sequoias with your own private guide! Your guide will bring the local knowledge to enrich the experience and the route expertise so all you have to do is relax! Tour includes pre-trip assistance to help make your trip seamless. Your guide is versed in Sierra Nevada natural history; from the geologic processes that raised these mountains to the human histories of those who walked these trails before us to the fascinating plants and animals and modern science that we are still learning about today. Safety is a priority; I always carry a first-aid kit and I am certified in Wilderness First-Aid.
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Canyon
Kings Canyon National Park , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Witness the immense natural wonder of the Kings Canyon National Park's namesake, . Camp and hike this mountainous region, situated in souther
General Grant Tree Trail , Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
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Tours from $10

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Where to stay in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks provide plenty of lodging right inside their boundaries. Kings Canyon operates three lodges and a set of cabins, with two of the lodges and the cabins remaining open throughout the year. Of these, the John Muir Lodge sits closest to the entrance. The parks also offer more than a dozen campgrounds about equally distributed between them, with most operating on a first-come, first-served basis. Campsites fill up quickly on Friday nights in summer, but you should be able to find a place for your tent any other time during the week. Your accommodation options expand if you look along Sierra Road to the west of the parks. Motels, nature resorts, inns, bed and breakfasts, and lodges line the road, which runs alongside the North Fork Kaweah River.
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