Enjoy hiking through the giant sequoia forest in the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Kings Canyon National Park is adjacent to Sequoia National Park in California's Sierra Nevada mountains. Its huge sequoia trees are well known, most notably the gigantic General Grant Tree in Grant Grove. To the east, Cedar Grove is surrounded by towering granite canyon walls. From here, trails lead to Zumwalt Meadow along the Kings River and Roaring River Falls. The park is home to rattlesnakes, bears, and cougars.
This national park is also home to Redwood Canyon, the largest remaining grove of sequoia trees in the world. In addition to Kings Canyon National Park's celebrated sequoias, this glaciated valley also features miles of hiking trails, horseback riding, and camping. It is an ideal place for outdoor enthusiasts of every age. Visit the home of the General Grant Tree, the world's second-largest sequoia. You can also see the Kings River, San Joaquin River, and the Boyden Cave if you're feeling adventurous. Explore one of America's finest national parks in California.