Parks Service fire ecologist Tony Caprio and fire department supervisor Robert Sanders look across Kings Canyon in the Sequoia National Forest near Kings Canyon National Park on Friday, April 15. Last summer’s Rough Fire burned along the steep hillsides of the mountains on either side of the Kings River making it a difficult stop for firefighters. The road to Cedar Grove reopens at noon Friday, April 22.
Parks Service fire ecologist Tony Caprio and fire department supervisor Robert Sanders look across Kings Canyon in the Sequoia National Forest near Kings Canyon National Park on Friday, April 15. Last summer’s Rough Fire burned along the steep hillsides of the mountains on either side of the Kings River making it a difficult stop for firefighters. The road to Cedar Grove reopens at noon Friday, April 22. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com
Parks Service fire ecologist Tony Caprio and fire department supervisor Robert Sanders look across Kings Canyon in the Sequoia National Forest near Kings Canyon National Park on Friday, April 15. Last summer’s Rough Fire burned along the steep hillsides of the mountains on either side of the Kings River making it a difficult stop for firefighters. The road to Cedar Grove reopens at noon Friday, April 22. CRAIG KOHLRUSS ckohlruss@fresnobee.com

Highway 180 to Cedar Grove reopens in Kings Canyon National Park

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