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Experience Yosemite Articles

  • The Yosemite Valley bike rentals will be temporarily closing down for the winter season. The Curry Village bike rentals will have their last seasonal operation day Oct. 11, 2015. However, you can continue to rent bicycles from Yosemite Valley Lodge until mid-November.

  • Yosemite in summer is well-known for incredible waterfalls, massive granite domes, and endless outdoor activities. Yosemite is indeed a paradise – which is why millions flock to enjoy it every year and they are mostly coming in June, July and August. Here are our top tips to enjoy Yosemite and Mariposa County in summer: Seek […]

  • Yosemite Valley is a fascinating ecosystem filled with hundreds of species of mammals, reptiles, birds, and fish. Let’s take a look at some of the wildlife you can expect to encounter at the park, and how to stay safe while taking in all the beauty around you. The Big. It should come as no surprise […]

  • Sunday, May 8th is Mother’s Day at Yosemite and there are several ways to celebrate mom this year. Plan a weekend retreat to enjoy hiking and beautiful waterfalls, arrange a spa treatment and don’t miss the wonderful brunches happening all around the park. For an unforgettable Mother’s Day take mom to enjoy the champagne brunch […]

  • While Half Dome gets center stage in Yosemite there is no denying the power and beauty of Yosemite’s dynamic waterfalls. Seeing them in full force or feeling their cooling mist is truly inspiring. Here are some tips to enjoying Yosemite’s famous flows.

  • January 26, 2015
    Ferguson Project

    The Ferguson Project, set to kick-off with a ceremony on March 13, 2015, will allow travelers to enjoy unencumbered, scenic and year-round access to Yosemite National Park. During the rock removal and construction Highway 140 will remain open and accessible, there are no closures scheduled at this time. Schedule of Public Information Events: Ferguson Project […]

  • July 25, 2014
    Art at Yosemite

    You’ve been to Glacier Point, you’ve hiked the Mist Trail, maybe you’ve even seen a bear or bobcat on your park adventures, but have you stopped to make these experiences into art? For many Yosemite visitors, experiencing the park means pulling out a camera and snapping a photo before moving on the next scenic spot. […]

  • Have you seen the “stars of Yosemite”? No, not the cascading waterfalls, towering granite monoliths, pristine mountain streams or the sparkling night skies. The biggest stars of the summer are the ones at the Yosemite Theater, seven nights a week! Relax and enjoy live performances, films and presentations inspired by Yosemite. Take a break from […]

  •   Yosemite National Park is one of the world’s premier vacation destinations. There is so much to do and see, and families love to explore the area. With more than 800 miles of trails and hiking paths, you’ll find many options that will let you explore the park. One of the best ways to enjoy […]

  • Yosemite Valley is home to 761,000 acres of gorgeous rock formations and some of the highest waterfalls in the world. Our breathtaking mountain ranges offer opportunities for rock climbing, hiking, camping, bird watching, and a host of other fun activities for adventure seekers. Beware, though, the climate here changes rapidly so visitors should come prepared […]

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