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... but the Big Stump Entrance on CA-180 covers entrance into both parks. Even though you get to Kings Canyon first, Kings Canyon National Park is split into 2 sections. The part we visited is called Grant Village, and contains the Grants Grove of Sequoia Trees, and one of the largest and oldest sequoias called the General Grant. From what we have learned about Redwoods and Sequoias, they are different species of Giant Trees. The redwoods ...
... checking out the Tunnel View, the thunder of Harley pipes could be heard loudly coming from the tunnel. Took a bunch of pictures, and continued on into the park.
Next stop was Bridalveil Falls. For some reason, everywhere that has waterfalls seems to have a Bridalveil Falls. The hike was only a quarter mile, and you immediately saw the effect of this seasons drought. The Bridalveil Falls were still there, but ...
... of the road. It felt we were part of there herd. They didn't move quickly and there was no way around them. Matthew thought it was great. We finally made it to Nelder Grove. Christina immediately hopped out of the car and hugged a tree. There was a nice trail into the Shadow of the Giants at Nelder Grove. We all did the hike which mostly easy but with a few uphills and downhills. Irene did a good job. Once we encountered the really big trees, we agreed ...
... the GPS and off we went. The drive went pretty smoothly at first. We were driving along some pretty cliffs with redwood trees along the road. Things got a little bumpy when we came to some turns that had less than satisfactory roads, but hey, we're in the woods, that's to be expected. We saw a couple of signs for free range cows, so we were on the lookout, but didn't spot any. The whole drive was supposed to take 45 minutes according to the GPS, but the locals we had met at ...
... lifetime. Get a panorama picture for the best result. My camera settings did not get me great pics, so cant post that.
Stay - stay inside the Park . Take the shuttles to see the various view points, be prepared to walk a lot, have good shoes, and ...
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