Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks' Best Photo Spots

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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks, located in California's Sierra Nevada Mountains, have a rich and intertwined history. Sequoia National Park was established on September 25, 1890, making it the second oldest national park in the United States. It was created to protect the groves of giant sequoia trees, including the famous General Sherman Tree, which is the largest known living tree on Earth. In 1940, Kings Canyon National Park was established and later merged with Sequoia National Park to form the current Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks we know today. The parks continue to awe visitors with their magnificent landscapes, diverse wildlife, and historical significance.

Check out a few of our favorite photo spots below. For a more comprehensive guide, download the Fotospot App to access our offline guides that work even when you don't have an internet connection!

General Grant Tree

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Tunnel Rock

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The General Sherman Tree

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The Four Guardsmen

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Tunnel Log

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Buck Rock Lookout

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The Big Stump Grove

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Fallen Monarch, Grant Grove

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The President Tree

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Beetle Rock

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Hanging Rock

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Moro Rock

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Sequoia National Park Sign

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