United States Forums

Post New Topic

Recent Activity

View all United States activity »
  1. 1 Oregon: Portland, Redwood NP, Crater Lake
  2. 2 Retiring to Tucson
  3. 3 Trinity Site, NM
  4. 4 Santa Fe Itineray
  5. 5 Favourite San Francisco hotel / New things to see??
  6. 6 Trip Report Moab Weekend with Kids
  7. 7 Visiting Glacier Nat'l Park with 18 mo old.
  8. 8 Northwest National Parks Tour
  9. 9 Moving to Dallas - Where to live?
  10. 10 Amtrack: Denver to California?
  11. 11 Bar Harbor to Boston
  12. 12 Southwest Road Trip in Oct
  13. 13 Big Island of Hawaii - itinerary ideas for 7-10 day trip
  14. 14 Charleston and/or Savannah in 4 days
  15. 15 Hotel in Reno
  16. 16 North Carolina airports
  17. 17 Saturday traffic heading to the Outer Banks
  18. 18 Boston to Naples florida
  19. 19 Driving from Miami to Florida Keys - electronic tolls?
  20. 20 Coastal California trip with toddlers in April
  21. 21 SF special dinner for 70 birthday
  22. 22 best health clubs with lap pools
  23. 23 10 days vacation in California
  24. 24 Dallas for the first time. Rent car? Activities?
  25. 25 A Puffin, a Whale, and a Moose walk into a bar. In Maine
View next 25 » Back to the top

February trip, Yosemite or Sequoia/ Kings Canyon??

Jump to last reply

Hello! I hope and very much appreciate if you could help me.

My parents and I are planing a trip to CA. We are going from LA to SF visiting the Parks and then back down to LA threw the Pacific Coast Highway.
A lady advised us to go to Lake Tahoe. I looked up for some pictures and it looks simply stunning! So that is definitely in our plans.
We are on a tight schedule and only have 5 days to do Yosemite or S/KC and Lake Tahoe. My parents want to go to both Y and S/KC but, I'm a little concerned about the timing. Is it worth driving into S/KC or is it better to just keep going up to Yosemite? ... since is a long drive north to Lake Tahoe.
Another main reason why I'm uncertain is the season. NPS website says many paths both in Yosemite and S/ KC are closed in winter. Which one is more enjoyable this time of the year?

If any writing mistake, I ask you to forgive me it has been while since I don't write in English.

Thank you very much in advance!!
Have a nice evening.

11 Replies |Back to top

Sign in to comment.

Advertisement