Yosemite National Park is one of North America's most pristine preserved, untamed slices of nature just desperate to be explored. If ever there was an idyllic location for smores and a campfire, it's here. Famous for enormous sequoia trees, Bridalveil Fall and of course the granite cliff of Half Dome.
The village has shops, restuarants, lodges and photography galleries! There's a range of lodgings to suite every budget so you don't hage to fork out an arm and a leg. The walking trails are a literal and figurative breath of fresh air. There can be no doubt, climbing Half Dome is the highlight of the National Park.
There's only one way to soak in the stunning natural serenity of Yosemite National Park, and that's on foot. This guided hike will lead you through the parks most prominent features including views from Glacier Point, Sentinel Dome and El Capitan.
Then head to the iconic Half Dome and ten-toe your way to the summit for one more breathtaking view. The insightful commentary will teach you all about how mother nature came to craft this bucolic region into the treasure it is today.
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Yes but it's limited. This is nature anyway, you can always upload your panorama pics onto Instagram at a later date.
We recommend 3 days minimum. That'll be enough time to do a few hikes and not feel rushed. This is about winding down not running around like a headless chicken.
Yes you can apply HERE. https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/wpres.htm
Be sure to apply ahead of time!
Not particularly. If you can stay on your feet for half a day and enjoy a leisurely walk you'll be fine.
Whether for a personal challenge, or for charity, climbing a mountain is an achievement everybody can be proud of.
3 sibling waterfalls at the end of the Niagara gorge spearheaded by horseshoe falls, the largest of the three falls that straddles the border of Canada and America.