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.
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How could I have missed the cheers of joy from millions of whitewater enthusiasts?
A 10-year-old boy is dead and a 6-year-old is missing after they were swept away while swimming in the Merced River.
A San Mateo man drowned after he became pinned under rocks while swimming in the Merced River.
First of four images created November 4, 2007 of reflections on the Merced River. (Crossposted from The Little Red Tent) The Merced River winds its way down from the high Sierra, flows over the Giant Staircase of Nevada and Vernal falls, converging with Tenaya Creek in Yosemite Valley. It eventually leaves the Sierra, and is […]
Yosemite videographer Steven M. Bumgardner (the Yosemite Nature Notes guy) took this awesome photo this weekend and shared it on Facebook. It shows just how much snow is melting under the already sweltering heat we’re getting. The river is crazy full. Great stuff, Steven! Photo by Steven M. Bumgardner
Guess who’s going to be sharing her beautiful photos on Yosemite Blog?
If you’ve been lending your voice to the conversation about the Merced Wild and Scenic River Management Plan then here’s something for you. A new, preliminary alternative concepts workbook is out.
You never know what awesome photos you’ll find when you visit the Yosemite Blog Group on Flickr. Take for instance this really cool night shot of the Motor Fire, the Merced River Canyon and the Central Valley by William Loo. Awesome! Thanks for adding your shot to the group pool, William. The Yosemite Blog Flickr […]