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Muir's Pulpit is a large rock in the Kings River, where John Muir gave talks to Sierra Club outings.
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This large sloping rock at the edge of the South Fork Kings River in Kings Canyon is a perfect place to sit and enjoy the scene. John Muir is said to have used it it to give talks to small groups of Sierra Club members early in the 20th century.
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