Here’s the information that may keep you sane and alive if you’re heading up to the park this weekend.
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.
Outdoor Photographer magazines annual American Landscape photography contest winners have been announced and the grand prize photo is from Yosemite.
Cubicle got you down? Then check out this awesome video sent over by Tony Rowell. This ought to perk you up.
Alright, so it’s a misnomer. The real firefall occurred when hot coals from a fire were pushed off Glacier Point, a practice that ended last century. But every year there’s a short window of time when the sun shines up the Merced River Canyon in just such a way that it lights Horsetail Fall on […]
If you’ve been curious what all the hubbub about Horsetail Fall and the “firefall” is here’s a great video from Yosemite Nature Notes that delves deep into this mystical event.
A series of low pressure systems are expected to through Northern California bringing with it large amounts of rain, high winds and snow as low as 1500′.
Thinking about coming up to view the firefall? Here’s what you need to know.
Michael Frye has been doing some research and has come up with the best days to catch the “firefall”. Michael Frye: “My friend and fellow photographer Keith Walklet, who lived in Yosemite Valley for 15 years, told me that he thought the best light was in mid-February, around Valentine’s day. He contended that this was […]