From the tallest trees in the world to some of the deepest canyons in California, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks offer some of the most unique experiences and views nature has to offer. Visitors from all over the world come to these two adjoining national parks. In Sequoia National Park, visitors can see the largest living sequoia in the world, the General Sherman Tree, enjoy the stunning views from Moro Rock or take a guided tour viewing rock formations in Crystal Cave. In Kings Canyon National Park, visitors can walk a looped trail that leads to the second tallest Sequoia tree in the world, General Grant Tree or the awesome sight of the mighty Kings River. No matter the time of the year, both parks offer several activities throughout the year such as activity programs for adults and children as well as hiking, fishing, horseback riding and wildlife watching.