Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks – Information
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks really are the “Land of the Giants”, where everything is BIG. I mean, not just BIG, it’s B-I-G-, it’s H-U-G-E, it’s M-A-S-S-I-V-E. Whether you’re thinking about the enormous majestic mountains, the extensive rugged foothills, the capaciously deep canyons or the boundless caverns, not to mention the largest trees in the whole wide world.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks are shoulder to shoulder in the southern Sierra Nevada, and with an elevation of anywhere between 1,370 and 14,494 feet, the activities you can enjoy largely depend on the timing of your visit.
Directions to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks – you need to know where it is and how to get there if you want to take a trip.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Operating Hours & Seasons – okay, so it’s standing at some pretty impressive heights, so just what are the operating hours and seasons of this magical place.
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks Fees & Reservations – and how much is this visit going to set you back, what do you get for your dollar at the park? Do you need to let them know you’re coming?
Geology of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks – a little look back into the geological history of the park will help you to enjoy your visit even more.
Now then, let’s take a look at something big . . .
Yep, there’s lots of big stuff alright.