Kings Canyon
National Park

Kings Canyon National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada, east of Fresno, California. The park was established in 1940 and covers 461,901 acres (721.720 sq mi; 186,925 ha; 1,869.25 km2). It incorporated General Grant National Park, established in 1890 to protect the General Grant Grove of giant sequoias. The park is north of and contiguous with Sequoia National Park; the two are…
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2,659 Mile Long Trail from Mexico to Canada
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DoMile for mile – and perhaps inch for inch – the Rae Lakes Loop in Kings Canyon…
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There is no way around it: Paradise Valley is flat out gorgeous. Whether it’s th…
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The Redwood Mountain Grove is the world's largest sequoia grove and, though part…
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210-mile Trek Through the High Sierra Backcountry
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Hike the Sugarbowl Loop through Redwood Canyon on an early June morning, and you…
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Diminutive Grant Grove features the third largest and one of the oldest of the s…
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Zumwalt Meadow offers a perfect combination of dramatic scenery, the gentle (or …
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About a few miles west of Zumwalt Meadow, the Roaring River spills its contents …
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In the Grant Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park, a combination of the D…
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See beautiful protected sequoia trees -- and a glimpse back to a time before the…
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Starting at Panoramic Point near Grant Grove Village in Kings Canyon National Pa…
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In the Grant Grove section of Kings Canyon National Park, the 2 mile Big Stump T…
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The Hotel Creek Trail, starting from Cedar Grove in Kings Canyon National Park -…
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Visitor guide to Kings Canyon National Park, California - a large unspoilt and b…
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