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TripAdvisor Reviews Silver City Mountain Resort Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
Travel Blogs from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park
... when we got back on the bus. We had the best tasting peach and nectarine. In production order California is: Milk & dairy products, beef (we haven't seen much of either yet) table grapes, nuts and orchards.
Past San Louise reservoir, built in 1962 and is part of the water system from northern to southern California. ...
... t started to rain yet and wasn't bad weather for hiking. The hike wound along a gushing river into a canyon, and came out to a beautiful view of an enormous waterfall. We had to hand it to sequoia - we hadn't yet seen some of the biggest trees in the world, and were already hooked on the place. On the way back down, we were drenched by cold rain as we made our way back to the Scamp, kicking ourselves for wearing non-waterproof clothing. Dripping wet, ...
... of course climbing on some of the huge boulders. My kids are going to be disappointed when we hit the flat lands of IL again & they have no "Mountain" to conquer!
We decided to stay in the park to get the full experience. The John Muir Lodge is very nice & pretty up to date. But much to Hunter's dismay, there is no TV & no WiFi in the rooms. So our after dinner entertainment consisted of some more ...
... Scrappy in the truck because there was snow on the ground. And we let Abby follow us around off leash because we were pretty much the only ones there. When we were walking back towards the truck, Abby caught the scent of something near one of the trees. As we were calling her back to us, this group of ladies was walking towards the tree from the opposite side and I heard this lady squeal and said, "I just about had a heart attack" because she saw Abby and thought she was a ...
... then that split. One thing I have learnt about America is that sign posts don't necessarily mean what they say and maps often do not describe what the actual terrain is like. So… we wandered around and found lots of huge stumps. These are the remnants of the logging industry that threatened to wipe out the sequoias in the early 20th century - it is estimated that around 95% of the old growth Redwoods have been logged - so the few old ones that are left ...