“scenic 1 and a half mile hike”
Zumwalt Meadow provides visitors with a scenic contrast to the powerful rock formations deep in the heart of the canyon. Glorious and lush in spring, and splendid in summer and fall, Zumwalt Meadow is a spectacular alpine setting. A scenic, 1.5-mile self-guided trail circles the area and offers magnificent views of high granite walls, verdant meadows, and free-flowing Kings River. With its flat, gentle trails, the meadow is great for kids—and makes an ideal introduction to the park. Many rangers say this is the best (and most popular) day hike in the Cedar Grove area. Parking for Kings Canyon's Zumwalt Meadow is available four miles east of the Cedar Grove Village turn off.
Sierra Mountains...what a piece of art God created!!! I don't think someone can resist the beauty of this place. Just a few miles from Cedar Grove, Zumwalt Meadow is a stop where you can stretch your legs and enjoy the views of the mountains hierarchy.
Sit at the grassy or rocky area, and admire the strong mountain edges becoming one with the clouds. The background can become so scenic and serene that will blow your mind.
Keep quiet and listen to the sounds of birds flying above you..terrific!!
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