Ice Skating Rinks in Yosemite and Beyond

If iceskating isn’t something that usually takes your breath away, the stunning views of the Half Dome and Glacier Point totally will.
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Yosemite's Curry Village Ice Skating Rink under Half Dome

Couple skating at Yosemite's Curry Village Ice Skating Rink. Photo courtesy DNC

Couple skating at Yosemite's Curry Village Ice Skating Rink. 

In 2013, The Huffington Post included the Half Dome Village (previously called Curry Village) ice skating rink as one of the staff's 10 favorite ice skating rinks. "If ice skating isn’t something that usually takes your breath away, the stunning views of the Half Dome and Glacier Point totally will."

As of December 2017,  the Half Dome Village Ice Rink is now located back in its original spot near the Huff Housing area. It opened for the season on Saturday, Dec. 16. There is currently no lighting available for night skating, so the rink will be open during daylight hours only.

Skating will be available from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday and  noon to 4 p.m. during the weekdays.

For more information:
(209) 372-8319
www.travelyosemite.com/winter/half-dome-village-ice-skating-rink/

Ice Skating Rinks in the Yosemite Area

Enjoy ice skating inside at Long Barn Lodge (www.longbarnlodge.net/ice-skating.html). Never ice skated before? The lodge offers private and group skating lessons. Have a skating party and stay at their cabins and hotel rooms.

Ice Skating Rink at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite. Courtesy photo

Ice Skating Rink at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite's South Entrance. 

At Yosemite's south entrance, lace up some ice skates and hit the rink at Tenaya Lodge. Tenaya’s sparkling white ice rink measures an expansive 80 feet by 40 feet, and is open for day and evening skating sessions. Enjoy the romance and family fun of gliding over the ice while surrounded by the Sierra National Forest. Ice skating is a winter sport that’s a fun challenge for all ages and abilities.