Ragged Peak from the trail to the first of Young Lakes(Cross Posted from The Little Red Tent)
Archive for June, 2012
If you’re not on Twitter or weren’t attempting to hike to the top of Half Dome last Friday then you probably missed the closing of the cables for a short time. Here’s the full story.
Learning how to read a topographic map is not only useful and could save your life, but it’s something fun you can do with your kids on your next trip to Yosemite.
The middle of three small lakes near Ragged Peak; Young Lakes.(Cross Posted from The Little Red Tent)
Corn Lilies in afternoon light, Young Lakes(Cross Posted from The Little Red Tent)
(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent) My best friend Christine Loberg and I took a trip up to the Grove of the Patriarch this weekend to escape the heat, and get away from the crowds in Yosemite. Once there, road-weary and aching from the long drive, we began walking around looking for likely [...]
If you’d like to experience the Yosemite back country but hate carrying a heavy pack you’re in luck. The High Sierra Camps are opening and there’s still some availability.
Bristlecone Pine, Grove of the Patriarch, Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest, Inyo National Forest(Cross posted from The Little Red Tent)Stay tuned for the color version of this image, along with how I got this photo!
Ever wonder what it’s like to soar quietly over Yosemite Valley enjoying the sights without the crowds? Check out this awesome video.