Visitors pass giant sequoias on a portion of the Grant Grove trail system last September in Kings Canyon National Park. A YMCA program will take some middle school students from Fresno to the park to see the big trees up close.
Visitors pass giant sequoias on a portion of the Grant Grove trail system last September in Kings Canyon National Park. A YMCA program will take some middle school students from Fresno to the park to see the big trees up close. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file photo
Visitors pass giant sequoias on a portion of the Grant Grove trail system last September in Kings Canyon National Park. A YMCA program will take some middle school students from Fresno to the park to see the big trees up close. ERIC PAUL ZAMORA Fresno Bee file photo

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