Cedar Grove and Sequoia National Park

We stayed in the park in the Cedar Grow Lodge. The hotel situated on the bank of the South Fork Kings river. I don’t know how it looks in Summer, but orange and yellow foliage adds the charm!
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
It was almost a sunset when we decided to check the other bank of the river
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
When the sun comes up I wanted to check this place one more time. Weather started to change. I clearly saw the clouds on the top of the mountains
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
We rushed out the park with the hope to check the Morro Rock in the not so cloudy/foggy/rainy mood.
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
10.16. Kings Canyon National Park
But when we were in the entry to the Sequioa it was clear: we were late. Very late.
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
Clouds covered almost everything and the fog drifted among the trees. Only the view on Kings Canyon had a bright blue sky.
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
We visited the giants
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
And Hanging Rock
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
Morro Rock met us as old frinds with the same foggy view as on our previous visit.
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
10.16. Sequoia National Park
We didn’t see rain. When we were at Foothils everything was the same grey but it wasn’t even a sign of moisture in the air. I do not truly believy in karma or smth. But I strongly believe we are very lucky 🙂

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