Yosemite National Park was named among the Top 5 Romantic Spots by ReserveAmerica. Yahoo!: The list was developed in part by park rangers, regional park management and campers who write testimonials, rate campgrounds and provide feedback throughout the year. Nearly 3,000 parks were reviewed and the final 100 campgrounds were chosen based on specific family [...]
Archive for March, 2005
We experienced a little burp with the right column of the page but we have everything squared away now. Hope it didn’t confuse anyone too much. Thanks for sticking in there with us.
A lot of the people I talk to about Yosemite are as much interested in the famous “California earthquakes” as they are in the Park. Geologically California is still one of the most active regions in the world. Yosemite itself shares a volcanic past and even today is bordered on it’s eastern side by an [...]
Yosemite falls and Half Dome Originally uploaded by c(h)ristine. Another great Yosemite shot from over at Flickr, Christine Lee Zilka took this awesome shot of Upper Yosemite Fall and Half Dome from the Yosemite Fall trail. Great shot Christine! Thank you for allowing me to show your picture.
“Glorious as are these rocks and waters arrayed in storm robes, or chanting rejoicing in every-day dress, they are still more glorious when rare weather conditions meet to make them sing with floods.” ~ John Muir
If you had a chance to enjoy the wonderful spring weather yesterday and today in Yosemite then consider yourself lucky. As you can tell by this radar image the snow and rain are back. The National Weather Service has a snow advisory in effect through tomorrow morning with snow in the forecast for Monday and [...]
Happy Easter from all of us here at Yosemite Blog. We hope you have a great one with your friends and family. We’ll be at the Valley floor today so if you see us feel free to say “hi”.
The pink hour over Half Dome Originally uploaded by mlog. This is one of the most fabulous shots of Half Dome and the high country I have seen in a while. This would make a fantastic print to hang in someone’s house or office.
1000 vertical feet of air Originally uploaded by mlog. Found this awesome photo over at Flickr. You have to check it out to appreciate it. This gentleman is very near the top of Mt. Conness in the Yosemite back country, favored stomping ground of John Muir, looking down at the Conness Glacier, one of the [...]
Thinking about doing the famous Half Dome Trail and taking in the view from the top? You might be in for a rude surprise if you plan on making the climb on a weekday to avoid the crowds. The National Park Service has scheduled some much needed maintenance for parts of the trail closing it [...]