Roaring River Falls Trail is a hiking trail in Fresno County, California. It is within Kings Canyon National Park. It is 0.1 miles long and begins at 4,865 feet altitude. Traveling the entire trail is 0.2 miles with a total elevation gain of 27 feet. Near the trailhead there is parking. The trail ends near the Roaring River Falls (elevation 5,085 feet) viewpoint.
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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