I don’t know about you guys, but I am always on the lookout for that next instaworthy photo to cement my travels for my followers to see. In the age of Instagram, VSCO, and Pinterest, it seems we are always on the lookout for that next snap that will earn us 100+ likes. National parks, in all their natural glory, are the perfect place to capture some amazing content for your social accounts. (Just make sure to put the camera down every once in a while and enjoy the natural beauty that surrounds you.) With that said, here are our top 5 photo ops in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park.
- The Twin Giants (as I like to call it) – located at a stop-off right past The Crystal Cave.
- Hanging Rock – located 1 mile from Moro Rock. Off the beaten path – look for a small sign for Hanging Rock. Provides spectacular views of Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park and Moro Rock.
- The Giant Forest – Stop off anywhere in the Giant Forest and take a look around – there are photo ops everywhere you look.
- Crescent Meadows – Ever dream of being in a fairytale land? Crescent Meadows will top your expectations.
- The General Sherman Tree – Did you even go to Sequoia if you didn’t visit the General Sherman tree? Stand next to this natural giant and have your followers play, “where’s so and so?”
If you have any photos ops to share in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Park, make sure to comment below! We love to find new places we haven’t explored.
Catch ya on the flip side!