Snowline Motel

Address: 44138 E. Kings Canyon Road (Hwy 180), Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, California, United States | Motel
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This motel is located on 44138 E. Kings Canyon Road (Hwy 180), Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park.
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Travel Blogs from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park

Awesome in the true sense of the word.

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Oct 04, 2014

4 comments, 10 photos

... on the forest floor) so the tiny sequoia seeds can get into the ground. The mature Sequoia trees aren't killed by this; it is strange that fire actually helps trees. So on some of the trees, we could see fire scars. Some of the fire scars are really big. Jack actually stood in one! While we walked to the Giant Forest, we saw 2 bears, and while we were at the tree, we saw 3 others. We think that the male bear was trying to harm the cub and the mama bear was trying ...

Sequoias, Kings Canyon and into San Francisco

A travel blog entry by millsontour on Aug 02, 2014

1 comment, 38 photos

... they need fire to drop their seed and the cone only opens once it is burnt. As a result they are giants but all are fire damaged a some are hollowed out by fire but just keep growing.

None of our photos tell the scale of these trees. We took a 5 mile walk that gently turned into an eight mile walk as the shuttles were small and the crowds were large. Walking among them, leaving the crowds at General Sherman, the largest living tree (not the tallest, or ...

Happy Birthday Love!

A travel blog entry by wiscampsin on May 21, 2014

95 photos

... This moment would mark our fourth snake sighting. This particular snake looked like a huge slug, flesh colored and looking slightly disfigured. It was absolutely disgusting and not interested in moving for us. It laid across the path, its entire 18 inches or so. I was prepared to turn back because I was not stepping over it, but it slowly slithered out of the way and we continued to Boole Tree. (We have seen a fifth snake since, and it was even smaller ...

Selfie in Sequoia

A travel blog entry by hayley.hikes on May 17, 2014

4 comments, 8 photos

... too nervous to camp, but looking back I totally should have. The hotel was fine but it was expensive and there were PLENTY of campsites just outside the park. When I arrived in Sequoia I noticed that even some of the campsites in the park weren't full, even though the internet has said they were. Next time, I will be even more brave and just camp, even if I'm alone. Austin always asks me "What is the best that could happen?" I try to remember this when I travel!

The Biggest Tree ... In The World

A travel blog entry by josh_manning on Apr 26, 2014

9 photos

... chilly to say the least.

After enjoying the woods, I drove on a little further to General Sherman, The Biggest Tree in the world (In terms of volume and weight). It was a very impressive tree with 7.7m diameter trunk and being 84m tall and weighing in at just shy of 2 million kg. The Snow added to the atmosphere as well, the Red of the sequoia, shining through the forest, but i had to rush away as it was still ...