This is a strenuous hike with an elevation gain of over 1,000 feet over the course of about a mile. In other words, it is ... More
Upper Yosemite Falls Trail Hike
This is a strenuous hike with an elevation gain of over 1,000 feet over the course of about a mile. In other words, it is quite steep. Along that change in elevation, you will get to see how plant life varies at various altitudes. When you get to the top, you will be rewarded with incredible views of both the top of Yosemite Falls and of the Yosemite Valley as a whole. Plan on taking your time. The round-trip usually takes at least two hours and often three. Start at Sunnyside Camp 4 near Shuttle Stop 7. Bring water, and be sure to wear a hat and comfortable walking shoes or boots. The trail may be closed in the winter. For your safety, it is recommended that this hike be completed before dark.
This very strenuous, seven mile round trip hike gains almost 2,000 feet in elevation. Start at Happy Isles Shuttle Stop
Number 16 and work your way through the crowds visiting Vernal Falls, and begin a series of switchbacks to ...
Yosemite National Park has more than 12 miles of bicycling trails on the valley floor that have a variety of
prepared surfaces. These trails are also suitable for strollers, bikes with trailers and even wheelchairs, and they are one ...
Lower Yosemite Falls is boisterous, and during a year of high water volume, you may find yourself getting wet as
you gaze at this famous waterfall and listen to the amazing noise all the pounding water makes. John Muir ...