Tucked away in the Southern Sierra in the State of California, Mineral King Valley is a subalpine jewel surrounded on three sides by Sequoia National Park. Mineral King is accessed by a 25 mile, steep, winding road that is generally open from late May through November 1. When planning trips of any length, please consult the appropriate guides, weather forecasts, and latest road closure and conditions information. Maps and trail guides are available in park visitor centers; permits may be required for trails. Below, are a few resources that may be helpful in planning visits to Mineral King.
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