Follow this loop to and from Yosemite on this 449-mile adventure. Explore cowboy towns, taste local olive oil and apples, and see giant buddhas and gold nuggets.
Follow the magnificent Hwy. 1 through San Luis Obispo County to go on fantastic strolls along 101 miles. Experience these nine dazzling spots including a luxurious castle and a tree-lined hike to the beach.
Starting from the Happy Isles on the valley floor, the challenging Mist Trail climbs a granite staircase beside Vernal Fall and on to Nevada Fall.
Conestoga wagons, cabins, yurts, classic trailes and RV/tent sites are just 30-minutes from Yosemite. On-site pool and petting zoo.
Don’t let your trip sound just like your neighbors’ vacation. Set it apart by staying at some of the fantastic and unusual lodging options along the way.
In the heart of the Mojave Desert, you’ll find a far-out desert scene where strangely formed rocks, a military base and ancient rock art collide.
Turn off the main strip to explore the historic downtown. Start at the Cowboy Museum, then learn about or experience the April rodeo. End the day at the H Bar B.
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Take the driving app that’s like having a tour guide in your car. GyPSy Guide automatically plays interesting and entertaining commentary as you go.
Newly expanded historic resort with cabins and ready-to-sleep tents at Yosemite's Hetch Hetchy entrance. Take their Yosemite tours or attend a workshop.
On the Eastern Sierra between Yosemite and Death Valley, walk among ancient trees, go trout fishing, and relax in a small town with down-to-earth people.
Inyo County claims the highest and lowest points in the lower 48. Stop at a WWII internment camp, read tales of local mountaineer, and see restored trains.
A 2-hour drive to the park, Stockton is an ideal launching point to Yosemite. See the Buddhist temple, Haggin Museum, farmer's market and the waterfront.
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Visit two different properties near Sonora that offer incredible local experiences, Cover's Apple Ranch and Indigeny Reserve.
60 guided adventure programs inside the national park with expert naturalists and photography guides on backpacking treks, hikes, bird-watching tours & more. Also art workshops and theater.
The annual Gilroy Garlic Festival has grown into one of the nation’s most famous food fests. Also visit historic buildings and Gilroy Gardens Theme Park.