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  • September 15, 2017
    Starry Starry Yosemite

    Yosemite in the fall and winter is a magical time. The sharp call of the cobalt blue Stellars Jay is heard throughout the valley and the famous granite monoliths awe onlookers with their austere beauty. You might think visiting Yosemite in fall and winter is just about watching fall colors or crushing down powder slopes […]

  • 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 […]

  • Yosemite is open year-round and it’s always a great time to visit, but the autumn and winter offer uniquely beautiful settings with fewer crowds that fill Yosemite Valley in the summer.

  • Whether you are going for a leisurely stroll to May Lake or full day saunter up the Mist Trail or taking on Half Dome, here is the must have packing list for the perfect Yosemite day hike!

  • Yosemite is considered the temple to nature, in John Muir’s own words, “It is by far the grandest of all the special temples of Nature I was ever permitted to enter”. It is one of the most breath-taking national parks in the world and contains elements of nature and an energy that can’t be found […]

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