In fact, look up then down from several hundred feet at all the possibilities below.
So here’s a drone’s eye view we can share, in bite-sized segments of Lake Kaweah, the Middle Fork, the East Fork, the North Fork and the South Fork. On the 3RNews home page look for the thumbnail aerial and click on it. As each segment completes its timely run it will be archived on a landing page — an aerial tour of these places is just a click away 24/7. 3rnews-launches-virtual-tour
We call this featured space Sky High Innovations after Ethan Paggi, licensed commercial drone pilot, videographer, and the creative energy behind the company of the same name. So fasten your safety belt and prepare for takeoff. 3rnews-launches-virtual-tour
This segment begins at Pat O’Connell’s garage (North Fork Bridge) where the canyon narrows dramatically. The up canyon view reveals limited parking on Highway 198 much better suited for a river walk. The open space needed for overflow parking/shuttle stop, when the new Sierra Subs block is crawling with visitors from a dozen countries, is there in plain sight — on North Fork Drive.
Beyond Three Rivers School and below the site of the new public restrooms, is additional open space that could accommodate more parking and another shuttle stop. Apparently, we’re going to need it. 3rnews-launches-virtual-tour
Beyond Three Rivers School and below the site of the new public restrooms, is additional open space that could accommodate more parking and another shuttle stop. Apparently, we’re going to need it.