Looking for something fun to do? How about helping clean up Yosemite with a bunch of climbers and other volunteers. It’s a great way to make new friends, hang out and have fun while doing something good for the park!
Archive for September, 2011
At about 12:40pm on Saturday, September 9, 2011, a small rockfall occurred from above the Lower Yosemite Falls Amphitheater, impacting near the viewing platform at the bridge across Yosemite Creek. The rockfall originated from a forested ledge just below the Upper Yosemite Falls trail and consisted of a block about 4 cubic meters in volume, [...]
Until you need them most people don’t think about the services available in Yosemite to people who have special needs. Because my son has special needs we’re always thinking about ways to make the park more interesting and enjoyable to him that’s why when Jessica from the Deaf Services Program at Yosemite National Park sent [...]
Throughout the Sierra Nevada, high flat plateaus are found at elevations around twelve and thirteen thousand feet. These isolated sky islands are the home to unique plant communities that are found nowhere else.
You never know what awesome photos you’ll find when you visit the Yosemite Blog Group on Flickr. Take for instance this really cool night shot of the Motor Fire, the Merced River Canyon and the Central Valley by William Loo. Awesome! Thanks for adding your shot to the group pool, William. The Yosemite Blog Flickr [...]