Horse Packing through King’s Canyon National Park

Photo of a cowboy leading a pack train of mules along the side of a giant boulder.  © Jerry Ginsberg
Horse and mule pack trains, like something straight out of the Old West, still ply the steep trails of the High Sierra in King’s Canyon National Park. © Jerry Ginsberg

By Jerry Ginsberg

King’s Canyon National Park is contiguous with Sequoia National Park. These two parks sitting deep within California’s famous and sometimes forbidding Sierra Nevada mountains are administered jointly.

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