Kings Canyon National Park

We took a day trip away from Sequoia National Park to see Kings Canyon National Park. Fun Fact:  Kings Canyon is one of the deepest canyons in the United States.

Our drive took us to the visitor center and the General Grant grove. We checked out the visitor center, but did not walk to see the General Grant tree. We continued our drive into Kings Canyon to stop and check out Boyden Cavern (Boyden Cave is here too).

The main road in Kings Canyon National Park (Photo by RSheridan)

We stopped at Grizzly Falls (picture below) for Lunch. A quiet and secluded area to take a break and grab a bite to eat.

(Photo by RSheridan)
 
We drove to the end of Kings Canyon and then turned around to start heading back to Sequoia. On our drive back we made one last stop at Roaring River Falls – these falls were a popular spot. Kings Canyon is unique with its canyons, rivers and waterfalls. A totally different experience than Sequoia.
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