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Moro Rock Sequoia National Park
California
Moro Rock is a large granite dome in Sequoia Park Giant Forest area. It's a quarter-mile climb up nearly 400 stone steps to the top of the barren rock at 6,725 foot in elevation. On a clear day you can see 100 miles. Looking down you can see this was a bad hair day, I had lost my hat in the Kings River early that day.
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Uploaded: 16/06/2010
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