Mineral King Cabins - Photo by Harold WoodThe Sierra Club Mineral King Group serves all of Kings County and all of Tulare County, in California's fertile San Joaquin Valley, near Sequoia National Park. The Group, headquartered in Visalia, is named after the famous high Sierra mountain valley, Mineral King, that was the focus of the Sierra Club's successful campaign in the 1960's to stop a huge ski resort from being built in that beautiful mountain valley. 
The Mineral King Group, serving Hanford, Lemoore, Visalia, Porterville, and other cities in Kings and Tulare counties, carries on a variety of conservation and outdoor activities, working on city, county, and regional conservation issues, and enjoying and working for the protection of the nearby Sequoia National Park and Sequoia National Forest.
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Banner - Sawtooth Peak above Mineral King Valley - Photo by Keio Ogawa
Mineral King in Sequoia National Park - Photo by Harold Wood

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Please check out our Meet Up Website for listings of our Mineral King Group Outings at: http://www.meetup.com/SierraClubOutings/

 The Meetup site has many outings that are not listed in the chapter newsletter, and is the best way to sign up for a hike!  


Our Chapter Newsletter - The Roadrunner

Updated Information about our Group and Chapter outings, events, meetings, and news is provided in the Kern-Kaweah Chapter's bi-monthly newsletter, The Roadrunner. Current and recent issues are now available online.

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Upcoming Group and Chapter Events

Mineral King Group Dinner Social at Ryan's Place

Celebrating the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act - A Personal Narrative

Mineral King Group Dinner Social at Figaro's

Hike Admiration Point, Sequoia National Park

Kern Kaweah Chapter Spring Banquet