If you’ve been wondering what to get that special someone for Valentines Day this year, tell them you’re going to be a day late.
Back country skiing is a great way to see a side of Yosemite few rarely see. It’s even better when you get to stay in a heated stone cabin for a night sharing stories with other skiers.
There’s no better way to celebrate Veterans Day than by taking those who served in your family to Yosemite.
Free Fishing Day is a twice-yearly event where the DFG waives the license requirement . It’s a great day to go out, have some fun with the family, and enjoy the beauty of Yosemite and the Sierra. Give it a try!
With the budget cuts and lack of funds to complete necessary projects around the National Parks the last thing you’d think would happen would be waiving one of the major sources of revenue the National Parks have on major visitor weekends but, hey what do I know! Anyway, more free entrance days have been announced including June 9th.
Listen up photographers, this is a pretty good prediction so you can take it to the bank.
Frogs are thought to be the first indicator when something goes awry in the environment. If there are no frogs around, you can bet something is up. With how much we’ve managed to pollute the environment, it’s no wonder frog populations are declining world wide.
In case you’ve been living in the deep woods or a cave in Yosemite (local joke), next year marks the 150th Anniversary of the signing of the Yosemite Grant by Abraham Lincoln.
Here’s a pretty cool way you can spend Earth Day from the Yosemite Conservancey, spend it with John Muir and his great-great-grandson!
There’s lots to do for National Park Week and Earth Day in Yosemite with many special events and activities from the National Park Service, DNC, and the Ansel Adams Gallery and let’s not forget it’s free entry week, too!