With nothing but sunny, blue skies forecast for the next week and a deep base of snow Badger Pass is definitely going to be the place to be this weekend.
Archive for March, 2011
The Photo of the Day is back after the annual hiatus and it’s got a beautiful shot to start April with.
Thinking about hiking Half Dome in July? Start your computer and warm up the coffee maker, tomorrow is your day to get your permit.
More traffic delays are expected on HIghway 140 next week as cleanup after last weeks massive storm continues.
When people say name the most influential person in the creation of Yosemite the National Park almost certainly the first name that comes to mind is John Muir, but there’s a man that even John Muir looked up to for his stewardship of the land and belief that it needed protecting.
I really enjoy getting these old photos from readers about Yosemite. Rick Helin sent me this awesome photo of his grandfather and his great aunt in front of the Wawona Inn back in 1917. Read the story Rick sent along with it.
Roads leading into Yosemite have reopened but it’s going to be a few days before the mess left behind from last weeks powerful storm gets cleaned up and full operation of park facilities resume.
When Mike Wexler signed up to help chaperone the middle school trip to Yosemite for their annual science camp he had no idea what an adventure he was stepping into.
All roads into Yosemite National Park have reopened this morning, pending weather and safety along the roadways.