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Kings

A view upstream on the Kings River, the Granite Dike run. An upstream view while rafting on the Kings River. Big Baldy (8,209 ft.) in winter, Kings Canyon National Park. Spanish Mountain (10,051 ft.) in winter, Kings Canyon National Park, taken from the General's Highway overlook. Kings River Expeditions boats at Granite Dike put-in on the Kings River. A weatherbeaten tree with a fresh dusting of snow on a ridge at about 8,000 ft. in Kings Canyon National Park, on the trail to Big Baldy. The General Grant Tree in General Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park. also known as the Nation's Christmas Tree. Kings River Expeditions boats and one private raft at Granite Dike put-in on the Kings River. Big Baldy (left, 8,209 ft.) in winter with the Sequoia grove of Redwood Canyon below in Kings Canyon National Park. Spanish Mountain (10,051 ft.) and the Obelisk (9.700 ft.) in winter, Kings Canyon National Park, taken from the General's Highway overlook. The General Grant Grove trail in Kings Canyon National Park. A view downstream from Mill Creek on the Kings River. The General Grant Tree in General Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park, also known as the Nation's Christmas Tree. An upstream view while rafting on the Kings River. A pine cone and needle in the snow. The General Grant Tree in General Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park. also known as the Nation's Christmas Tree. Moored in an eddy at Mill Creek on the Kings River. The General Grant Tree in General Grant Grove, Kings Canyon National Park. also known as the Nation's Christmas Tree. Granite Dike put-in on the Kings River. A view of the mountains in winter from Montecito Sequoia Lodge, between Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks. A standing Sequoia towers over a fallen neighbor in the General Grant Grove.