Bridalveil and Yosemite Creek Campground are scheduled to close for the season on September 4th, 2007.
The impact of last winters lower than normal snowpack and dry spring is making it’s mark in Yosemite where water conservation efforts are in full swing for visitors and Yosemite Fall, top of everyones list visiting the park as a “must see”, is down to nothing. The Modesto Bee: “The impact is visible across the […]
Looks like it’s going to be a pretty mild weekend this weekend. Definitely take sunscreen as it’s easy to get a sunburn in the mountains when it’s cooler and you don’t notice you’re burning. Sunday is calling for partly cloudy skies which should make for some very good shooting. Head up to Tenaya Lake, Tuolumne […]
One of the great experiences of Yosemite you’ll not want to miss is the Yosemite Theater. This season Lee Stetson portrays John Muir in three shows a week; “Conversations with a Tramp” play on Tuesdays and Thursdays in the theater behind the Visitor’s Center, and on Sunday nights attend a Campfire chat at the Happy […]
Here’s a great introductory video from OpenRoad.tv with Doug McConnel. I really like their presentations and I’m glad they’re on YouTube. Watch and enjoy.
I think I’ve mentioned before that my wife and I are expecting our second child and although it’s too late for us here’s a really cool treat all the Daddy-to-Be’s can get for the Mommy-to-Be’s, a Pregnancy Massage at the Tenaya Lodge in Yosemite. Tenaya Lodge: “Our certified massage therapists provide a nurturing treatment designed […]
White Wolf Open: July through September Reservations:First Come, First Served Cost: $14/night for each campsite (maximum 6 people per site) Number of sites: 74 RV length: up to 27 ft Trailer length: up to ?? ft Pets: Yes Description: If you want to camp far away from the noise and dust of Yosemite Valley during […]
If you’re headed up to the park this weekend looks like you’re in for some great weather. Not a lot of rain forecast but decent temperatures and lots of sun so make sure to take that extra sunblock. Don’t foreget it’s easy to get a sunburn at higher altitudes on cooler days because you don’t […]
This years drier than normal winter means water is in short supply this summer. In several areas flush toilets have been already replaced by portolets in an effort to conserve water. If you’re going to be staying in Yosemite over the next couple of months here’s how you can do your part to help conserve. […]
Headed up to the park this weekend? Stay up late and watch the Perseid meteor shower. The annual Perseid meteor shower is expected to be at its best this year, producing one or two meteors per minute during its peak hours Sunday night and early Monday morning. Meteor showers occur when the Earth passes through […]