Hikes and backpacks in the Sierra's best backcountry. Sequoia National Park is home to many of California's most spectacular natural wonders. From the 300-foot Sequoia gigantea (one of the largest and oldest trees in the world) to the 14, 494-foot Mt. Whitney (the highest peak in the lower 48), the park has long been extolled by presidents, residents, and foreign visitors. It is a prime hiking, backpacking, and camping destination, and draws millions of visitors every year.The path resumes on the downhill side of the road and continues westbound after a switchback. ... The Park Service built the Paradise Creek Trail in the 1920s , extending it all the way to Mineral King. ... the paved access road eastbound from Hospital Rock for half a 108 AmAmAm SEQUOIA National Park: A Complete Hikera#39;s Guideanbsp;...
|Title||:||Sequoia National Park|
|Publisher||:||Wilderness Press - 2003-07-01|