Kings Canyon National Park

I almost started to think that I will never find a time to write this post…
In the middle of October, we drove into Kings Canyon National Park. We were in the Sequoia previously, but the weather stopped us on half way to the Kings Canyon Drive.
I didn’t plan this trip very good (I think it’s my regular state in October); we had booked the room in the Cedar Grove Village, and that’s it.
So we were on the King Canyon. The weather was great – sunny and warm. That was the last weekend before the road closure, so we were left almost for ourselves.
I always knew that this road is magnificent!
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park

10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
As we get closure to the bottom of the canyon, the more golden colors I saw.
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
Grizzly Falls
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
The only what I wanted to do is the hike to Observation Point. The four miles hike was relatively easy. But I was so impressed with the signs of recent wild fire that had no wish to make photos.
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
Observation point left me speechles.
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
The place was windy and warm. It was so nice to stay here for some time.
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park

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