Yosemite National Park has more than 12 miles of bicycling trails on the valley floor that have a variety of prepared ... More
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 of the best ways to see the sights. You can rent bikes by the hour for USD5.50 or for USD21 per day. Rentals are available year-round at the Yosemite Lodge and most of the year at Curry Village. Helmets are mandatory and are provided free.
25 bucks for the day, it definetly gets you around the park faster. get one early, and theres more to chose from. nice comfy seats too. the only down side was that they close a bit early in my opinion, 5:30pm. but it seems that the stores, gallery, and restruants close at 5:30 too.
i'd like to see mountain bike rentals and the ability to take them on trails.
The information here is a little out of date. It's $7.50 an hour up to a max of $24.50 per day. This place closes much earlier than we expected, at 5:30. Not sure if rates or hours change seasonally though.
Not too much of the valley is bikeable, but a large enough area to fill one day is. This was a great change of pace from walking. No bikes are allowed on any of the hiking trails - only the paved roads of the valley.
The bikes themselves were cute. Nothing fancy, but fairly comfortable.
They have a great souvenier t-shirt.
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 ...
This replica of a Native American village gives you a taste of how the Miwok and Paiute peoples lived; the
places where they prepared and cooked their food, and more. The village is setup in a more or less ...
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 ...