Got $1300 burning a hole in your pocket? Love Apple products and would love to sit and listen to people talk about them in a picturesque setting like Yosemite? Then the Yosemite conference is for you!
Final repairs to Highway 140 will remove the only stoplight in Mariposa County and allow two lane traffic to move freely along the Merced River into Yosemite.
What was supposed to be a “weak storm” is actually dropping a nice bit of rain and even some snow on our part of the Sierra.
If you’ve been feeling like the waterfalls are a little weak for this time of year don’t worry, the latest forecast coming out of the National Weather Service should cheer you up. Rain is on it’s way to Yosemite and should last several days.
In what’s become an annual thing, the National Park Service is once again waiving entrance fees in celebration of the Martin Luther King holiday, next Monday, January 19th.
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.
Talk about early Christmas presents, here’s a wonderful one from mother nature. Rain and snow!
If you’ve never been to Tuolumne Meadows then you’re missing out on one of the best parts of Yosemite, in my opinion. It’s a broad, grassy valley surrounded by sharp, knife-edged peaks and domes that makes for some very beautiful scenery. But it’s always been a bit of a mystery how the meadow and the unique mix of geological features surrounding it formed. Now researchers think they may have uncovered clues to how the meadow formed and likely it has to do with the way the Sierra Nevada itself formed.
Check out the latest from Yosemite Nature Notes. It’s Yosemite awesome and it’s right there on your screen.
Youth programs in the park provide opportunities to teach life skills that participants can apply to the rest of their lives.