• Giant Sequoia Trees

    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

Park Newspaper Archive

Fall 2014
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Winter 2010-11
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Fall 2010
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SPRING 2007

1 List of contents and main story: What's new in the parks?
2 General Information: phone numbers, entrance fees, the difference between national parks and national forests.
3 Crystal Cave tours, general information on activities, pack stations.
4 Wilderness permits for backcountry overnights, information on fire, your fees at work.
5 Safety tips, park road information, rules for mountain driving.
6 Highlights to see and do in Sequoia National Park.
7 Highlights to see and do in Kings Canyon National Park and surrounding National Forest.
8 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Sequoia National Park (Giant Forest, Lodgepole, Wuksachi, the Foothills, & Mineral King).
9 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Kings Canyon National Park & surrounding National Forest (Grant Grove, Cedar Grove, & nearby forest areas).
10 Staying overnight: storing food from bears, camping do's and don'ts, list of lodgings on park and forest lands.
11 Campgrounds: Chart of details on park & forest campgrounds.
12 Map of roads in the parks (takes longer to download).

WINTER 2006-07

1 List of contents and main story: What's new in the parks?
2 General Information: phone numbers, entrance fees, the difference between national parks and national forests.
3 Crystal Cave tours, general information on activities, pack stations.
4 Wilderness permits for backcountry overnights, information on fire, your fees at work.
5 Safety tips, park road information, rules for mountain driving.
6 Highlights to see and do in Sequoia National Park.
7 Highlights to see and do in Kings Canyon National Park and surrounding National Forest.
8 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Sequoia National Park (Giant Forest, Lodgepole, Wuksachi, the Foothills, & Mineral King).
9 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Kings Canyon National Park & surrounding National Forest (Grant Grove, Cedar Grove, & nearby forest areas).
10 Staying overnight: storing food from bears, camping do's and don'ts, list of lodgings on park and forest lands.
11 Campgrounds: Chart of details on park & forest campgrounds.
12 Map of roads in the parks (takes longer to download).

FALL 2006

1 List of contents and main story: What's new in the parks?
2 General Information: phone numbers, entrance fees, the difference between national parks and national forests.
3 Crystal Cave tours, general information on activities, pack stations.
4 Wilderness permits for backcountry overnights, information on fire, your fees at work.
5 Safety tips, park road information, rules for mountain driving.
6 Highlights to see and do in Sequoia National Park.
7 Highlights to see and do in Kings Canyon National Park and surrounding National Forest.
8 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Sequoia National Park (Giant Forest, Lodgepole, Wuksachi, the Foothills, & Mineral King).
9 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Kings Canyon National Park & surrounding National Forest (Grant Grove, Cedar Grove, & nearby forest areas).
10 Staying overnight: storing food from bears, camping do's and don'ts, list of lodgings on park and forest lands.
11 Campgrounds: Chart of details on park & forest campgrounds.
12 Map of roads in the parks (takes longer to download).

LATE SUMMER 2006

1 List of contents and main story: What's new in the parks?
2 General Information: phone numbers, entrance fees, the difference between national parks and national forests.
3 Crystal Cave tours, general information on activities, pack stations.
4 Wilderness permits for backcountry overnights, information on fire, your fees at work.
5 Safety tips, park road information, rules for mountain driving.
6 Highlights to see and do in Sequoia National Park.
7 Highlights to see and do in Kings Canyon National Park and surrounding National Forest.
8 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Sequoia National Park (Giant Forest, Lodgepole, Wuksachi, the Foothills, & Mineral King).
9 Facilities and free ranger-led programs in Kings Canyon National Park & surrounding National Forest (Grant Grove, Cedar Grove, & nearby forest areas).
10 Staying overnight: storing food from bears, camping do's and don'ts, list of lodgings on park and forest lands.
11 Campgrounds: Chart of details on park & forest campgrounds.
12 Map of roads in the parks (takes longer to download).

WINTER 2005-2006

1 List of contents and main story.
2 General Information: phone numbers, entrance fees, the difference between national parks and national forests.
3 Activities: Pear Lake Ski Hut, picnic areas.
4 Fire information, wilderness permits.
5 Safety tips & warnings, park road information.
6 Highlights in Sequoia: Things to see and do.
7 Highlights in Kings Canyon Park & surrounding national forest: Things to see and do; Nation's Christmas Tree Ceremony.
8 Facilities & ranger-led snowshoe walks in Sequoia (Giant Forest, Lodgepole, Wuksachi, & the Foothills).
9 Facilities & ranger-led snowshoe walks in Kings Canyon (Grant Grove & nearby forest areas).
10 Staying overnight: Storing food from bears, camping do's and don'ts, list of lodgings on park and forest lands.
11 Campgrounds: Chart of details on park & forest campgrounds.
12 Map of park roads (takes longer to download than other pages).

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