Check out the latest Yosemite Nature Notes on one of my favorite historical figures in Yosemite, Stephen Mather.
If you’re sitting over at Grandma’s this Christmas and that awkward silence creeps in, grab your phone and take a virtual tour of Yosemite.
Yosemite Grant Act gave birth to California’s first state park which would eventually become Yosemite National Park.
You’ve probably figured out that this year marks the 150th Anniversary of the Yosemite Grant Act. You haven’t you say? Well! Let me explain it to you then.
Sounds like they have some pretty cool items. This is definitely one you’re not going to want to miss.
I love Bodie. It’s one of my all time favorite places and it’s just outside Yosemite. Check out this awesome video shot from a couple of quad copters flying over and around the park.
While the members of that first expedition of the Mariposa Battalion had heard rumours of what could be found up the Merced River, none were prepared for what they saw March 27, 1851
If you love Yosemite and history here’s another great book you’re not going to want to pass up.
Yosemite National Park Ranger Yenyen Chan explores the history Chinese immigrants played in the building of Yosemite National Park.
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.