Roaring River Falls Trail Professional Reviews and Guides
"Roaring River Falls is a full-bodied, two-tiered 60-foot waterfall. The river catapults over a narrow granite gorge into a deep, wide rock-lined pool. From the viewing areas, only the lower 40 feet of the falls is visible. There are two trails to Roaring River Falls, and both trails are a half-mile round trip. From the east side of Roaring River is a paved, wheelchair accessible trail to a viewpoint. From the west side is a single track trail to an overlook."
--Robert Stone, Day Hikes in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (Day Hike Books).
"While the short trip to a view of Roaring River Falls is not much of a hike by most standards, the falls are impressive and should be seen at least once by anyone visiting Kings Canyon."
--Mike White, Top Trails Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks: 64 Must-do Hikes for Everyone (Wilderness Press).
"First visiting billowing Roaring River falls, then peaceful Zumwalt Meadow, this hike offers ideal opportunities for a picnic lunch or just relaxing."
--Laurel Scheidt, Hiking Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (Falcon Guides).
"From billowing Roaring River Falls to peaceful Zumwalt Meadow, this hike is ideal for a picnic lunch or just relaxing. As you approach the overlook, you will hear the roar of rushing water plunging into the blue-green pool that fills this granite bowl. Sh"
--Laurel Scheidt, Best Easy Day Hikes: Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks (Falcon Guides).
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