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Posts in Winter

  • A visit during the quieter seasons in Yosemite Mariposa County reveals a wealth of exceptional sights not available to your average summer visitor. Let us invite you to discover all that the autumn, winter and spring seasons have to offer.

  • Fewer people, beautiful scenery and the locals are out to play. Why the winter time is the best time to spot wildlife in Yosemite Mariposa County.

  • From ice-crusted waterfalls to iconic rock formations hugged by clouds, from rolling green ranch land dotted with galloping horses to an unusual winter phenomenon known as the Yosemite Firefall, there are no shortage of things to photograph in Yosemite in winter.

  • The rolling foothills radiate a vibrant green as billowing cumulus clouds roll through deep blue skies. This lush winter landscape provides the animals — and those who come to see them — room to roam in a peaceful Gold Country paradise where the historic legacy of precious metals is matched only by today’s precious wildlife.

  • Grab a sled, or just a warm coat and enjoy some snow sliding fun at Goat Meadow Snow Play Area. Just outside Yosemite on Highway 41, this is an excellent area for sledding, snow angels, XC skiing, snowshoeing and more.

  • Whether your preference lean toward the simplicity of staying close to the out of doors, or you’re looking for a winter lodging basecamp with all the amenities, Yosemite Mariposa County has something to delight you this winter season.

  • January 10, 2021
    Yosemite Winter Hikes

    Just because its winter doesn’t mean you can’t explore the breath-taking scenery at Yosemite National Park and Mariposa County.

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