Sequoia Weekend 6 29 12

It was Melissa’s birthday July 1st and she wanted to camp so we spent an amazing weekend in the Sequoia National Park hiking and cliff jumping. We messaged the locals on FB and they met up with us on Friday to show us some of their spots. Friday we went to Potwisha where we jumped, butt-slid and drank a millions beers. We camped and got up early on Saturday to get some jumping in at The Cliffs. Dan, Ethan, Mike and Zac showed us how hard they hold down the spot. They pulled some of the gnarliest shit I have ever seen off cliffs. I am truly jealous of their skillz. We camped Saturday night at Buckeye Flat Campground and woke up the next morning for some more adventure. We hiked out to Paradise Falls, The Grand Tub, The Bridge and Hospital Rock for more insanity.

We could not have asked for a better weekend or better hosts. Thanks again to the Visalia crew and Happy Birthday to my girl Melissa. Enjoy the vids.

6 replies
  1. Long
    Long says:

    Hey Jeff. Awesome Videos bro! i was outta my seat watching your jumps!!!! i too love to jump cliff but can never find the spots… Can you help me out and tell me where “the cliff” is? much appreciated! no homo but i would also love to get out there with you and your buds someday!!!

  2. Mike
    Mike says:

    OK, totally changing the subject, but I’ve been curious about it for a while and you live a lot closer to this than me, so I thought I’d give it a shot. Have you, or anyone you know, explored the Sisquoc? A Google Images search of “Sisquoc River” results in some very promising looking possibilities. Definitely an early season destination, it’s gotta dry out fairly quickly (especially this year), but still close enough of a drive to keep it from being a multi-day trip, yet remote enough to keep it fairly pristine. Kind of like the Clavey River in Northern California, not easy to get to, but everyone who does get there comes back with a report of “Oh My God”.

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