My family and I loved Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park. A beautiful wilderness wonderland highlighted by hundreds of giant Sequoias and a harrowing, beautiful drive to the bottom of Kings Canyon. We spent several days here, probably should have spent more because this is such a wonderful place. If you go, walk up to the top of Moro Rock, walk through the giant grove of Sequoias and drive to the bottom of Kings Canyon. The Sequoias are such giant, beautiful trees, but almost impossible to photograph because of their size. This Sierra Nevada wilderness is a hikers delight, hundreds of miles of trails. The park is probably the most isolated area in the lower U.S. If solitude is what you need, you won't have any problems finding it here. A great place for the family, I highly recommend it.
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