A mere 400 steps to the top of Moro Rock provides a panoramic view of Sequoia National Park in northern California. Its elevation is only 6,725′ but it provides a clear view of the much taller peaks along the western divide.
For the most part, the steps are guarded from the drop off by a sturdy hand rail. It wasn’t has hard as I thought it would be.
Of course, at the top there is always a sign relieving the National Park Service from any liability … as if any sane person would ever go near the railing. How long until this sign is posted in fourteen different languages?
Thought for the Day: The most terrifying words in the English language are, “I’m from the government and I’m here to help”. Ronald Reagan