Tenmile Creek cascades a long way from Hume Lake down to the Kings River, creating many waterfalls along the way. The biggest cascade on Tenmile Creek is about 350 ft. high, and is definitely worth the hike down to see it. But it is best to go early in the spring for two reasons: (1) The flow on Tenmile Creek is controlled by a dam at Hume Lake, which means there will be little water in the creek during the summer months, and (2) This is a very hot hike in the summer.
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||Location: Hume Lake, Sequoia National Forest, Kings Canyon, Fresno County
Stream: Tenmile Creek
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