Check out the latest Yosemite Nature Notes on one of my favorite historical figures in Yosemite, Stephen Mather.
If you’re headed into the park this weekend via Highway 41 from Fresno be prepared to spend a little extra time on the road as fire crews are battling an 80 acre wildfire along Highway 41 just north of Coarsegold.
NPS: Yosemite National Park Superintendent Don Neubacher announced today that the names of several buildings and facilities within the park will be renamed to eliminate potential trademark infringement issues with the current concessioner of Yosemite, DNC Parks & Resorts at Yosemite, Inc. (DNCY), a subsidiary of the Delaware North Companies. The name changes will impact […]
Grab your beanie and your warm gloves and call in sick. There’s plenty of fresh snow to go around and lots to do!
Hope you weren’t planning to cross the Sierra anytime soon because the passes (Tioga, Sonora, Ebbets) are all closed due to snow.
The body of James Millett, Jr was found by Yosemite National Park rangers on September 1, 2015, two days after discovering his car that had been left at a popular trailhead parking lot.
Here’s some facts and a few helpful hints so you can still enjoy Yosemite and not worry too much about the plague. Did I really just say that?
Highway 140 from Mariposa into Yosemite has closed due to a mudslide.
It’s hot and dry and the fire danger is extermely high. To help prevent fires all visitors are being asked to adhere to the following guidelines: No Smoking No smoking below 6,000 feet, except within an enclosed vehicle, a building in which smoking is allowed, a campground or picnic area where wood and charcoal fires are […]
New lightning caused fires: It’s a hot, dry summer and the fire danger is extermely high in the Sierra. Several fires were spawned by last weeks thunderstorms and are now being actively monitored. Most of the fires are small; single tree strikes that amount to less than a tenth of an acre. The fires are […]