Yosemite National Park, CA
Beautiful Yosemite National Park
WOW! That was our first reaction upon seeing Yosemite
Valley for the very first time — and its wowed us ever since.
Yosemite National Park is one of the most beautiful destinations
world. Famous for its natural beauty, majestic granite cliffs, giant
Sequoias and spectacular flowing waterfalls — it's no
surprise that Yosemite draws millions of visitors from around the
One such visitor was world-renowned photographer Ansel Adams — his
spectacular black-and-white photographs captured the beauty of
Yosemite Valley like no other.
Fun Year-Round Recreational Activities
Yosemite Valley offers visitors
countless year-round attractions. Enjoy scenic hiking and biking during a Spring, Summer
or Fall visit. Hike to Bridalveil Falls and Yosemite Falls — two
of the valley's most popular waterfalls. Enjoy walking among Yosemite's
Giant Sequoias in the Mariposa, Tuolumne, or Merced Groves.
El Capitan, Yosemite's famous granite cliff, is one of the world's
most popular climbing destinations. Hike to the top of Half Dome,
one of the valley's most photograhed attractions.
During winter months, Yosemite offers downhill skiing at Badger
Pass — as well as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing at
Badger Pass, Crane Flat and the Mariposa Grove. Other fun activities include horseback-riding and ice-skating.
National Park Getaway
Yosemite National Park is a perfect venue for a Fun Family Vacation, Weekend
Trip, Romantic Getaway, VIP Retreat, Off-Site Meeting or Team-Building Event... any time
of the year.
Best Time To Visit Yosemite
Yosemite Valley is open year-round — it's a great time to visit any time
of the year.
Waterfalls are at their peak during mid-Spring and early Summer.
Summers are peak tourist times, so be sure to book well in advance. Fall colors
are at their peak end Oct thru' early Nov. The Holiday Season is also very popular.
Some of Yosemite's top park hotels include: Ahwahnee Hotel,
Tenaya Lodge, Curry Village, Yosemite Lodge at the Falls... and
on Yosemite Hotel Reservations with Hotels.com
Yosemite Visitor Center
Visit Yosemite Visitor Center for more info on Yosemite. Take a ranger-led or
self-guided walk to learn about wildlife, geology and the history of Yosemite.
National Historic Landmarks
Yosemite Valley houses two National Historic Landmarks — LeConte Memorial
first public information center, visited by over 15,000
visitors a year) and the Ahwahnee Hotel (one
of the park's most popular attractions).
Yosemite National Park Information
Park Reservations Website