Checking in with an old friend for a beautiful Photo of the Day
Whether you think the new permit system is too rigid or you think it’s the greatest idea since sliced bread, you need to watch the video as a hiker risks his own life for a cell phone battery he dropped.
What if you could get a great light for camping without having to worry about fuel, or sun shine, or batteries? Then check out this cool new light.
I think video logs are a great way for people to learn about things through other people’s experiences. Check out this video log of Chris hiking to the top of Yosemite Falls in winter and spending the night.
There’s still a lot of snow in and around Yosemite so what’s open? What can you hike?
Missing for 7 years the family of Fred Claassen can finally have peace.
Since I arrived in Yosemite 2 and a half years ago, I’ve paid particular attention to Flickr.com as a source of information and inspiration for prospective images. There are several Flickr members that inspire me; Paige Falk, Buck Forester, G Dan Mitchell to name a few. It was Buck’s image of Temple Crag that lead [...]
Yosemite National Park does not hold a monopoly on beauty in the Sierra Nevada range. This glacier-fed lake is a relatively short hike from the trailhead near Big Pine, CA. This is in the John Muir Wilderness. Photo by Edie Howe-Byrne via Flickr. Technorati Tags: SierraNevada
Although the cables up Half Dome are getting ready to come down for the season it’s the perfect time to lose a few pounds and start getting in shape to make the trek next year. Rick Deutsch, author of One Best Hike: Yosemite’s Half Dome, sent me an email to let me know he’s going [...]
Here’s a really nice article from the Travel section of the New York Daily News on the authors trip to the Yosemite back-country and Ansel Adams Wilderness. NY Daily News: “In honor of Muir, I’m also looking for the universe in a forest wilderness. The centerpiece of my visit to Yosemite this year is a [...]