Listen to live music, shop at a farmers market, and play a round of golf. Then stop by the visitor center for park entry passes and info about Yosemite.
Stand on the Yosemite Creek bridge below Yosemite Falls in March and April and you may see frazil ice in the creek and a snow cone under the upper falls.
You’ll see more than incredible views. Fascinating animals make their homes in the park. Keep an eye out on the trails and soaring in the skies.
Head to these granite gems for big vistas and easy treks across rock that is full of geology lessons.
State Route 120 in Northern California is about 206 miles long. Let’s take a journey along this historic road from west to east.
Winter is a beautiful time to explore the park and gateway towns. With fewer visitors, you can find peace in this winter wonderland, and also adventure without lines.
Find adventure on the Fossils to Falls Trail through California’s Gateway to Yosemite at Oakhurst and Fish Camp.
Go on an unforgettable hiking vacation. Wildland Trekking has a tour that fits nearly anyone who loves to hike in world-renowned, breathtaking landscapes.