Monday, May 31, 2010
Kings Canyon National Park preserves a huge unspoiled and beautiful area of the central Sierra Nevada mountains, containing several deep glaciated canyons, countless lakes, pools, meadows and waterfalls, and over 20 peaks that exceed 13,000 feet. The park also shelters six groves of giant sequoia trees, found near the southern boundary which is shared with Sequoia National Park; the two are administered as one unit, and have similar scenery except that Sequoia has more of the huge trees.
This was a weekend of viewing nature at it's best. The canyon was blooming with colors and the creeks and rivers were high with water. This is an amazing place. We were "WOWED".
Hope you enjoy and pictures and video.
Kings Canyon Vid