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

A view of Road's End down the glacially carved Kings Canyon and Zumwalt Meadows along the South Fork of Kings River, with Copper Creek entering from the North. The North view looks towards Paradise Valley and towering above the South view is the Sphinx. This panorama was taken from the trail heading up Bubbs Creek, just above its junction with the Kings River.

Copyright: Robert lanzafame
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Uploaded: 20/07/2013
Updated: 29/07/2013
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