Boyden Cavern, Kings Canyon National Park
We went on a guided tour of Boyden Cavern at Kings Canyon National Park, California. Boyden Cavern is located on Kings Canyon Drive (CA180) half way between Grant Grove and Cedar Grove.
Recorded Summer 2014.
Family Hike and Private tour through Boyden Cavern in the Siera National Forest and King's Canyon National Park in California. Incredible tour. Great tour guide. Fantastic cave!
【Kings Canyon National Park】Boyden Cavern Tour in Sequoia National Forest
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EXPLORING BOYDEN CAVERN - Kings Canyon
In this video i take you guys inside this amazing landmark in Kings Canyon. These caves were found by a man trying to escape the world in order to find himself. Follow me as i take you inside to unlock all its beauty.
Crystal Cave at the Sequoia National Park
Taking California takes on our first cave! We drove up to the Sequoia National Park and discover what thousands of years of water can do! Crystal Cave is the biggest of the caves in the Sequoia National Park & the Kings Canyon.
My favorite part of this adventure was Carlos talking about the stalactites, but not filmed was just a few moments later the tour guide told everyone about stalactites and what they were.
Recommended for the active, the half mile hike down is steep but even harder of a trek coming up.
We took the 50 minute long family tour. Tour tickets can be purchased online and picked up at the Crystal Cave book store at the sight before the tour begins or at the park in the visitor center.
No bags, flash photography allowed and be mindful not to bring anything that has been in another cave or mine so the bats do not get White Nose Syndrome.
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Generals Highway Northbound - Sequoia National Park, Sequoia NF, Kings Canyon National Park
Traveling over the whole Generals Highway, crossing Sequoia National Park, Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park. The video shows Generals Highway northbound - from the Ash Mountain entrance to Sequoia National Park to the Big Stump entrance (exit) to Kings Canyon National Park.
Generals Highway - this is its proper spelling - is a 52.3-kilometer (32.5-mile) Californian highway connecting Highway 198 and Highway 180. It is one of the most scenic roads in the United States - and, in my opinion, in the world. Generals Highway crosses the Sequoia National Park, the Giant Sequoia National Monument section of the Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park.
00:09 - Sequoia National Park, Ash Mountain Entrance
01:21 - Kaweah River canyon
02:32 - Foothills Visitor Center - Park Headquarters
03:28 - Kaweah River canyon
05:56 - Tunnel Rock
09:07 - Bridge over Marble Fork Kaweah River
09:15 - Potwisha Campground
12:33 - Moro Rock ahead
14:38 - Hospital Rock
14:48 - Entrance to Buckeye Flat Campground
22:52 - Big Fern Springs
26:48 - Amphitheater view point
27:33 - Moro Rock ahead
28:47 - Granite Springs
31:19 - Generals Highway lookout
33:03 - Deer Ridge crossing
33:20 - Slide Spring
35:50 - Arrival to giant sequoia forest
37:04 - Access to Crystal Cave
38:14 - Generals Highway divided by trees
40:48 - Wall Spring
43:24 - Access to Moro Rock and Tunnel Log
43:36 - Giant Forest Museum
43:47 - Beetle Rock
44:23 - Access to Big Trees Trail and Giant Forest
47:11 - Crossing Little Deer Creek
47:49 - Pinewood Picnic Area
50:11 - Crossing Sherman Creek
51:14 - Access to Wolverton Ski Area and Alta Peak Trailhead
52:18 - Crossing Wolverton Creek
53:46 - Lodgepole Village, Twin Lakes Trail and Tokopah Falls
53:55 - Crossing Marble Fork Kaweah River
54:02 - Lodgepole Picnic Area
54:16 - Crossing Silliman Creek
54:51 - Bridge over Clover Creek
55:46 - Entrance to Wuksachi Village and Lodge
56:17 - Red Fir
58:27 - Crossing Halstead Creek and Halstead Meadow
58:39 - Halstead Picnic Area
1:01:39 - Little Baldy
1:01:59 - Cascade Creek
1:02:26 - Little Baldy Saddle
1:04:36 - Dorst Creek Campground
1:05:29 - Crossing Dorst Creek
1:06:35 - Crossing Cabin Creek
1:07:41 - Lost Grove and Muir Grove
1:09:22 - Leaving Sequoia National Park, entering Sequoia National Forest
1:10:57 - Stony Creek Campground
1:11:01 - Upper Stony Creek Day Use Area
1:11:14 - Crossing Stony Creek
1:11:30 - Cove Camp Campground
1:11:40 - Stony Creek Village and Lodge
1:11:51 - Fir Group Campground
1:16:50 - Big Baldy Ridge
1:17:41 - Montecito-Sequoia Lodge
1:18:26 - Crossing Woodward Creek
1:19:26 - Entrance to Big Meadows Horse Corral and Trail
1:19:44 - Big Baldy Trailhead
1:20:22 - From here on Generals Highway separates the Sequoia National Forest and Kings Canyon National Park
1:21:30 - Buck Rock
1:23:00 - Buena Vista Trailhead
1:23:09 - Kings Canyon overlook
1:24:24 - Access to Quail Flat, Tensile, Landslide and Hume Lake
1:24:31 - Redwood Canyon Trailhead
1:25:16 - Redwood Mountain Grove overlook
1:25:40 - Entering Kings Canyon National Park
1:29:37 - End of Generals Highway; junction with Highway 180
1:31:09 - Big Stump Picnic Area
1:32:08 - Kings Canyon National Park - Big Stump Entrance (exit)
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Lost in Crystal Cave Sequoia National Park
Last seen hiking down the rattle snake path to crystal cave. In beautiful Sequoia national park. Filmed in the summer of 2017 last reported the couple entered the crystal caves but never came back out.
Exploring Kings Canyon National Park California | Snakes at Mist Falls (Road Trip)
On today's road trip we are heading to explore and hike the Kings Canyon National Park in Sequoia Forest, California. Last night we were camping just outside the national park so on the doorstep of the King's Canyon.
We start of the day by going to the second largest tree in Grant Woods before heading on to mist falls and hiking through the King's Canyon. The Mist falls trail lead to Mist Falls which is the main water fall at the end of the Scenic Byway road that runs through the Kings Canyon.
This hike turned out to be very eventful with encounters of snakes and slippery rocks.
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Kings Canyon and Seqouia National Park - California, USA
Kings Canyon National Park is a national park in the southern Sierra Nevada, in Fresno and Tulare Counties, California in the United States. Originally established in 1890 as General Grant National Park, it was greatly expanded and renamed to Kings Canyon National Park on March 4, 1940. Its namesake, Kings Canyon, is a rugged glacier-carved valley more than a mile deep; the park also includes multiple 14,000-foot peaks, high mountain meadows, swift-flowing rivers, and some of the world's largest stands of giant sequoia trees. Kings Canyon is north of and contiguous with Sequoia National Park, and the two are jointly administered by the National Park Service as the Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
The majority of the 461,901-acre park, drained by the Middle and South Forks of the Kings River and many smaller streams, is designated wilderness. Tourist facilities are concentrated in two areas: Grant Grove, home to General Grant (the second largest tree in the world, measured by trunk volume) and Cedar Grove/Kanawyers, located in the heart of Kings Canyon. Overnight travel is required to access most of the park's backcountry, or high country, which for much of the year is covered in deep snow. The combined Pacific Crest Trail/John Muir Trail, a popular backpacking route, traverses the entire length of the park from north to south.
General Grant National Park was initially created to protect a small area of giant sequoias from logging. Although John Muir's visits brought public attention to the huge wilderness area to the east, it took more than fifty years for the rest of Kings Canyon to be designated a national park. Environmental groups, park visitors and many local politicians wanted to see the area preserved; however, development interests wanted to build hydroelectric dams in the canyon. Even after President Franklin D. Roosevelt expanded the park in 1940, the fight continued until 1965, when the Cedar Grove and Tehipite Valley dam sites were finally annexed into the park.
As visitation rose post-World War II, further debate took place over whether the park should be developed as a tourist resort, or retained as a more natural environment restricted to simpler recreation such as hiking and camping. Ultimately, the preservation lobby prevailed and today, the park has only limited services and lodgings despite its size. Due to this and the lack of road access to most of the park, Kings Canyon remains the least visited of the major Sierra parks, with just over 600,000 visitors in 2016 compared to 1.2 million visitors at Sequoia and over 5 million at Yosemite.
Seqouia National Park is famous for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman tree, the largest tree on Earth. The General Sherman tree grows in the Giant Forest, which contains five out of the ten largest trees in the world. The Giant Forest is connected by the Generals Highway to Kings Canyon National Park's General Grant Grove, home to the General Grant tree among other giant sequoias. The park's giant sequoia forests are part of 202,430 acres of old-growth forests shared by Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. Indeed, the parks preserve a landscape that still resembles the southern Sierra Nevada before Euro-American settlement.
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Short drive in kings canyon, California on a scenic by-way in my ford raptor
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Crystal Cave - Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, California, United States
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Crystal Cave Sequoia And Kings Canyon National Park
A cave close to the Giant Forest.
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Hiking Mist Falls and Zumwalt Meadow | Kings Canyon National Park
Bears, rain and waterfalls, we saw it all in Kings Canyon National Park. We hiked a few trails at roads end including Roaring River Falls, Mist Falls and Zumwalt Meadow. We were so excited to see a momma bear with her two cubs!
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In this video we attempted to hike the mist falls trail at roads end in Kings Canyon National Park in California. We took the kings canyon scenic byway. Kings canyon is a national park in california. We saw black bears and cubs. We hiked two different waterfalls, roaring river falls and mist falls. We also hiked zumwalt meadow in Kings Canyon National park. Kings Canyon National Park is located in Californa. Kings Canyon is a US National Park. We hiked many miles in Kings Canyon.
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Kings Canyon National Park Day Trip
Day trip to Kings Canyon section of the Sequoia National Park. The still shots are from an iPhone (3G) and the video from an HD Flip, which lost battery power before we visited Grizzly Falls and Boyden Cave. Oh, well. Great day.
Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks in a Class B RV. California
A Day trip to Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks in a class B RV. Hiking through the groves of Giant Sequoia. A tour through the Boyden Caverns in Sequoia National Forest.