Sequoia National Park. You can backpack to camp here ($15 wilderness permit required; purchase at Mineral King Ranger Station), camp at nearby Cold Springs or Atwell Mill campgrounds, or stay at the rustic cabins of Silver City Mountain Resort on Mineral King Road.
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5 Swimming Holes in Sequoia National Park | Los Adventures | In the Giant Sequoia National Monument, there’s an epic natural water slide. Part of the Alder Creek flows over a giant, but smooth granite slab. The rushing water has carved turns, twists and swimming holes into the rock creating an almost perfect natural water slide. While you can ride the slide bare belly or backside, we find going head-first on a river tube is best.
Sequoia National Park is home to deep caves and the biggest tree in the world. While first-time visitors to Sequoia National Park are drawn to the giant sequoia trees, the 404,051-acre park offers many more attractions. Top 10 Things to do at Sequoia National Park http://www.active.com/outdoors/articles/Top-10-Things-to-do-at-Sequoia-National-Park.htm?cmp=23-243-1351