Created 21-May-07
Modified 21-May-07
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Named after famous generals, the largest Sequoia trees in the park are named for General Grant and General Sherman. This is the most popular tourist spot in Kings Canyon National Park, since driving all the way to the end of Hwy 180 will take you another hour or more on a wildly twisting up and down road. But the drive is worth it: there are VERY few people there and the sheer, steep and spectacular cliffs are breathtaking.
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