From foothills to the tallest peak in the lower 48 states, this remarkable landscape provides diverse and dynamic habitat.
Sierra Nevada bighorn sheep have recently been reintroduced to areas they once lived in these parks.
Nearly all of these parks is designated wilderness. This protects the high Sierra while providing outstanding opportunities for recreation.
Look here for news releases and our park newspaper, the Visitor Guide
Photos and video are a great way to explore the parks from home.
Use our online mapping tool to create custom maps for trip planning, wilderness travel, and more.
Our partner, the Sequoia Parks Conservancy, operates bookstores, presents programs, and coordinates our annual Dark Sky Festival.
Explore over a century of history in these parks, and learn about the people who lived here before the parks were established.
Invite a ranger to your classroom, plan a field trip to these parks, or find curriculum and resources online.
Find information about ranger-led activities for kids, our junior ranger program, and web activities.
Look here for details about park projects, management, and regulations.
Find your science at Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks.
Last updated: October 3, 2017
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