View to the road along Kings Canyon, California, USA
Did you know that Canyons in Kings River are deeper than the Grand Canyon reaching 8000 feet (2500m) in some places.The canyon was carved by glaciers out of granite.
View from the road to Kings Canyon national park, USA
Birds found in Kings Canyon National Park include the gray-crowned rosy finch, mountain bluebird, Clark's nutcracker, white-throated swift, hermit thrush, and the pileated woodpecker.
Aerial view of Kings Canyon National park area, USA
Did you know that the first known inhabitants of the area now designated as Kings Canyon National Park were the Monache Indians.
Rural road to Kings Canyon national park, USA
Did you know that explorers did not visit the region until the 1820s, and it was labeled as the roughest land in the country by the military in the 1850s.
Colorful hills and mountains at King Canyon National Park, USA
Did you know that Kings Canyon National Park features Kings Canyon, a glacial valley with cliffs, meadows, waterfalls, and a river. The canyon deepens outside the park making it North America's deepest.
Panorama of Kings Canyon National park area, USA
Did you know that Animals found in Kings Canyon National Park include cougars, black bears, mule deer, gray squirrels, marmots, pikas, and jackrabbits.
Panorama Lake Kaweah in California, USA
Did you know that during the late summer, the fall and early winter months before the rains come again, Lake Kaweah offers some pleasant walking options in the dry lake bed.
Visitors to Kings Canyon National Park can visit a variety of wilderness sites, but most are only accessible by trail or canoe.
Panoramic view of Lake Kaweah in California, USA
Did you know that Lake Kaweah is a flood control lake, the Kaweah River swells with the Sierra snow melt and fills up to become the lake.
Overlooking view of Lemon Cove, USA
Lemon Cove in California (region) with it's 308 habitants is a town located in United States - about 2,284 mi (or 3,676 km) West of Washington, the country's capital town.
View of Lake Kaweah in California, USA
Did you know that Lake Kaweah is a reservoir near Lemon Cove in Tulare County, California. The lake is formed by Terminus Dam on the Kaweah River. The river originates in the Sierra Nevada mountains and drains about 560 sq mi (1,500 km2) into Lake Kaweah.
Overlooking view of orange trees at Lemon Cove, USA
Lemon Cove is a census-designated place (CDP) in the San Joaquin Valley in Tulare County, California, United States. Beautiful agricultural area is one of the largest producers of oranges and citrus fruits in the world.
Landscapes of California
Did you know that the area of California State covers 163707 square miles or just over 423999 square kilometers?
Vista point overlooking Cahuilla Reservation, California
Did you know that Cahuilla tribes are Native Americans of the inland areas of southern California. Their original territory included an area of about 2,400 square miles (6,200 km2), which located in Southern California.
View to the Golf Club in Palm Springs, California
Did you know that Greater Palm Springs hosts the nation's only citywide Golf Cart Parade, held each fall. About 25,000 spectators turn out to watch more than100 golf cart-powered floats parade up and down El Paseo Drive in Palm Desert, the “Rodeo Drive” of the desert.
DIid you know that California sees over 100,000 earthquakes a year. Luckily, vast majority of them are quite feeble.
Pyramid Lake, California, USA
Did you know that Pyramid Lake, it's a man-made reservoir, built as part of the California Aqueduct in 1973?
That explains why the water seems so out of place, but it doesn't make it any less gorgeous.
Landscape view of Pyramid Lake, California, USA
Did you know that the Truckee River enters Pyramid Lake at its southern end. Pyramid Lake has no outlet, with water leaving only by evaporation. The salinity is approximately 1/6 that of sea water.
Panorama of Pirates Cove beach , California, USA
Did you know that California's Coastal Region stretches more than 800 miles along the west side of the state? Even though it is a single region of a single state, the climates of the northern and southern regions of California's coast are very different.
View of Pyramid Lake and San Emigdio mountains, California, USA
Did you know that The San Emigdio Mountains form one of very few traverse mountain ranges – running east and west – in the Americas.
Overview of Pirates Cove beach , California, USA
Pirates Cove beach , California, USA
Landscaping view of San Louise Obispo , California, USA
At the entrance of sequoia forest national park, USA
Sequoia Giant Forest museum trailhead, USA