Paradise Valley, Camp 2
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Paradise Valley, Camp 2

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Lunchtime at Camp 2 in Paradise Valley on the Rae Lakes Loop Trail in Kings Canyon National Park. "Middle" Paradise is about 8.0 miles from Road's End on the South Fork of the Kings River, at approximately 7,000 ft.

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A: Woods Creek Trail

by Roger Bartlett, 850 meters away

Taken 6/22/2014 in Kings Canyon National Park

Woods Creek Trail

B: Woods Creek Trail

by Roger Bartlett, 1.8 km away

Taken 6/21/2014 in Kings Canyon National Park

Woods Creek Trail

C: Above Grouse Lake

by Roger Bartlett, 5.0 km away

Taken 7/5/2014 while ascending Grouse Lake Pass.

Above Grouse Lake

D: Road's End and Zumwalt Meadows from above Bubbs Creek Junction

by Robert Lanzafame, 7.0 km away

A view of Road's End down the glacially carved Kings Canyon and Zumwalt Meadows along the South Fork ...

Road's End and Zumwalt Meadows from above Bubbs Creek Junction

E: Muir's Pulpit is a large rock in the Kings River, where John Muir gave talks to Sierra Club outings.

by G. Donald Bain, 7.3 km away

This large sloping rock at the edge of the South Fork Kings River in Kings Canyon is a perfect place ...

Muir's Pulpit is a large rock in the Kings River, where John Muir gave talks to Sierra Club outings.

F: Vidette Meadow along Bubbs Creek

by Robert Lanzafame, 14.7 km away

At the edge of Bubbs Creek in Vidette Meadow on the Rae Lakes Loop Trail in Kings Canyon National Par...

Vidette Meadow along Bubbs Creek

G: Kennedy Mountain: A View of Kings Canyon National Park

by Jordan Hughes, 15.1 km away

Taken on July 26, 2012 from the summit of Kennedy Mountain (ele ~ 11,424 ft.)

Kennedy Mountain: A View of Kings Canyon National Park

H: Grizzly Falls

by Jon Jasper, 19.1 km away

Janel Jasper at Grizzly Falls in Sequioa National Forest near Kings Canyon National Park in Californi...

Grizzly Falls

I: Upper Basin

by Roger Bartlett, 20.8 km away

Taken 7/19/2014 in Upper Basin near the John Muir Trail.

Upper Basin

J: Leaving Split Mountain Summit

by Roger Bartlett, 21.8 km away

Taken 7/19/2014 on the way down Split Mountain in Kings Canyon National Park.

Leaving Split Mountain Summit

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