Sequoia National Park and Kings Canyon National Park are home to normal goliaths and probably the most delightful view America brings to the table. These two parks are associated with one another, which makes it simple to see two National Parks on one trek! A great many people wind up doing both. Amid our visit, we stayed outdoors one night in Sequoia and one night in Kings Canyon.
1. THE GIANT FOREST
The Giant Forest is actually similar to it sounds. When you stroll among these incredibly tremendous trees you’ll feel tiny (however positively). On this trail, you will locate the General Sherman Tree, the biggest tree on the planet by volume, weighing 1,385 tons! Additionally, look at the President Tree (the third biggest tree) and the 2-mile Congress Trail that removes you on a pleasant walk around the groups.
2. CLIMB THE STEPS OF MORO ROCK
Transcending the Giant Forest, you can climb 400 stone strides to the summit of the rock vault to get the absolute best perspectives of the recreation center. Make certain to watch out as you’re driving through the recreation center to get perspectives of it from a separation also.
3. MINERAL KING
Just open in the late spring, this is the main vehicle available boondocks in the recreation center. There are a lot of climbs to look over, yet it merits the 28-mile blustery street trek.