Sequoia/Kings Canyon NP Climber's Log

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Wandering Yooper

Wandering Yooper - Jan 27, 2020 6:06 pm Date Climbed: Sep 5, 2012

Best hiking in lower 48!  Sucess!

My all time favorite hiking area!

T. White

T. White - Jan 16, 2018 4:15 am Date Climbed: Oct 13, 2006

Land of superlatives  Sucess!

Biggest trees, deepest canyon, tallest mountain...

Been back for many walks all around the two parks, but the real treasure for me is their High Sierra backcountry. There is hardly a more beautiful mountainscape on Earth, sublime in its desolation and remoteness.


Deb - Aug 13, 2017 2:03 am

Bagging Peaks and Rock Climbing  Sucess!

Been through the park a few times to rock climb and bag peaks. Also through-hiked from Onion Valley in a day with a snow storm.


Diesel - Jun 7, 2016 4:08 pm Date Climbed: Aug 3, 2012

Superb   Sucess!

We took a week road trip from Vegas to Whitney to Tahoe to Sequoia and back to Vegas (and other places in between.) This was where everything started for me. When I saw the majestic mountains of Sierra and the scenery along this road trip, nothing stopped me for going back every year ever since.


ozarkmac - Dec 13, 2015 6:53 am

While on the JMT...  Sucess!

Incomparable mountainscape.


bscott - Jun 15, 2015 11:18 pm

east and west  Sucess!

too many peaks, lakes, and trails, too little time


wordlessnature - Nov 1, 2014 4:28 pm

beautiful country  Sucess!

I've been hiking here since I was a child attending summer camps. California is a beautiful place.


Marlin - Sep 19, 2013 9:32 pm Date Climbed: Aug 10, 2009

SEKI/Mt. Whitney  Sucess!

Flew into San Diego and drove to the Kearsarge trailhead approximately 10 miles west of Independence. My lungs worked overtime gathering oxygen molecules from the thin mountainous air as perspiration streaked across my face as I hauled my 70 pound pack towards Kearsarge Pass. Why I packed enough provisions for an extended trek across Antarctica is beyond me. Visited Charlotte Lake, hiked over Glen Pass to visit beautiful Rae Lakes before heading southbound on the JMT for Mt. Whitney. The scenery and weather were fabulous.

Jimmy Rivers

Jimmy Rivers - Sep 12, 2013 3:56 am Date Climbed: Aug 26, 2013

A few days in the High Sierra  Sucess!

We hiked into Kings Canyon via the Kearsage Pass route. This was a stunning hike, and one that i would highly recommend! Next, we summited Mt Whitney, entering Sequoia NP. Whitney is one for the ages, and a must do for all, whether you take the Whitney Trail, Mountaineer's Route, or the John Muir Trail. I will return to Sequoia/Kings Canyon to further explore one day!


Kristin5berry - Mar 20, 2013 3:43 pm Date Climbed: Mar 15, 2013

Magical place

Will return for sure


mtneering - Mar 17, 2013 5:17 pm

Mt Muir  Sucess!



Fletch - Nov 30, 2012 4:01 pm Date Climbed: Jan 1, 1977

All my life  Sucess!

too many times to contemplate...


gimpilator - Nov 15, 2012 12:38 am Date Climbed: Dec 10, 2011

Whitney  Sucess!

I need to do some more climbing in this area.


telemarkdude - Nov 14, 2012 12:43 am Date Climbed: Aug 1, 1968

First Exposure to Sierras  Sucess!

This was my first exposure to the Sierras, back in 1968.


rasgoat - Mar 19, 2012 8:41 pm


Some of the most amazing stuff.

Augie Medina

Augie Medina - Mar 13, 2012 6:48 pm


The Kaweahs were one of my favorite ventures here.


smurfer - Jan 11, 2012 7:05 pm Date Climbed: Jun 1, 2011

king's canyon overlook  Sucess!

Kings Canyon overlook (Cedar Grove area) and connected to Lewis Creek Trail. Mineral Kings area on the south end was a great and hardly any people.

Vitaliy M.

Vitaliy M. - Jul 29, 2011 4:44 pm

many times  Sucess!

great area


Blackmouth - Jun 26, 2011 12:28 am Date Climbed: Jun 23, 2011

SEKI  Sucess!

Great memories in the SEKI. I have just relaxed here with the family on summer camping trips and also climbed Charlotte Dome. Lots to do in the SEKI.


Hotoven - May 18, 2011 1:04 pm Date Climbed: Aug 2, 2008

great big trees!  Sucess!

Cool place, lots of green and huge grooves of beautiful Sequoias!

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