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  • After extensive restoration, the Mariposa Grove of giant sequoias will reopen to Yosemite Visitors on June 15, 2018. The privilege to access this remarkable place will be regained along with the opportunity to enjoy all the improvements!

  • October 23, 2017
    Budget Travel to Yosemite

    One of the best thing about Yosemite is that you can experience majestic scenery on either a backpacker budget or enjoy all the finer things in life in four-star luxury.

  • The Rugged Beauty Guide to getting out in Yosemite this spring. The Yosemite region received record rainfall this past season. Rain, rockslides, hail … and more rain made for a wild winter but now that the spring has arrived we are all in awe of the majestic waterfalls and fields of wildflowers that have emerged […]

  • February 10, 2017
    Yosemite in Two Days

    Legend has it that renowned Yosemite Ranger Carl Sharsmith was once asked by a visitor, “If you had only one day in Yosemite, what would you do?” The veteran ranger and Yosemite-lover looked solemn and replied “Madam, if I only had one day in Yosemite I’d sit by the Merced River and cry.”

  • Some call this time of year shoulder season; others call it the offseason. Here in Yosemite, we think of it as the best season, because late winter/early spring affords you the full splendor of Mariposa and Yosemite Valley without all the crowds. Take, for instance, the lineup of events set to take place across Mariposa […]

  • As the last of the autumn leaves drop to the valley floor and bears ramble off to their winter dens, Yosemite becomes a calm, winter refuge. What is Yosemite like in winter? Imagine massive snow-capped granite monoliths veiled in mist and delicate streams of water flowing over ice, where once great falls thundered. Sometimes there […]

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