• Giant Sequoia Trees

    Sequoia & Kings Canyon

    National Parks California

Wilderness

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Upper Davis Lake and Mt. Goodard
Upper Davis Lake and Mt. Goddard
Richard Thiel
 

The Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks encompass hundreds of thousands of acres of pristine High Sierra country, of which is nearly 97% designated wilderness. It is the duty of these parks to preserve and protect these natural lands while providing opportunities for appreciation of the solitude and primitive experience it offers. Select a topic below to learn more about wilderness and wilderness recreation and regulations.

 

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Important Links

Wilderness Permit Reservation Application

Trail Descriptions

Trailhead Availability

Trail Conditions

Wilderness Trip Planner

 

BECOME A WILDERNESS STEWARD

Wilderness.net
Learn more about Wilderness Stewardship from the National Park Service and partnering organizations.

Wilderness Stewardship Plan
Sequoia and King's Canyon parks are in the process of developing a new Wilderness Stewardship Plan. Learn more about the planning process and how you can be involved.

 


CONTACT THE WILDERNESS OFFICE

Phone

(559) 565-3766

Fax

(559) 565-4239

E-mail

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