As of last night the Rim Fire is over 70% contained but continues to pose a threat as high winds and extremely dry conditions within the Sierra persist.
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Here’s a nice time-lapse of the Rim Fire shot from the Crane Flat helibase.
Here’s last nights update on the Rim Fire. More information will come this morning after 9am when the fire command posts the status of the fire and any spread it’s experienced online.
It’s that time again, get into your favorite national park FREE in celebration of Founder’s Day.
Who says new and unusual can’t be beautiful?
Here’s a view of Yosemite Falls you’re not likely to see again soon, looking down at your feet as you walk a line out over the falls.
If you’re heading up to the park this weekend bring some warm clothes and a rain jacket. It’s going to be cold and could get wet as cool air mass passes through Central California bringing unseasonably cool temperatures and a chance of thunderstorms with rain, hail, lightning and, as usual in the Sierra, maybe even [...]
The Motor Fire started August 25, 2011 at approximately 12:30pm on Hwy 140, along the Merced River and near Cedar Lodge.
After 80 years time is running out for the medical clinic in Yosemite Valley and unless a new provider steps forward the clinic may close by the end of this year.