This hike is also known as the Mist Trail because it passes right beside Vernal Falls, which in the spring blows a heavy mist ... More
John Muir Vernal Falls Mist Trail Hike
This hike is also known as the Mist Trail because it passes right beside Vernal Falls, which in the spring blows a heavy mist everywhere. This 1.4 mile roundtrip hike is considered a moderate hike, with a steep 400-foot elevation gain in just over a mile. It is recommended that you wear shoes that grip as the path can be slippery. You can see the rushing water from the Vernal Falls Footbridge as well as the top of the falls in the distance. This is probably the busiest and most crowded hike in the Valley, small wonder given the loveliness of the trail. Plan on spending an hour or two on your walk. The trail may be closed in winter.
This breathtaking and spectacular sight is located on Highway 41 just north of Wawona, and just south of the Valley
Floor. This popular spot is the most photographed view of the valley. It received its name because it is ...
Named after famed Yosemite photographer Ansel Adams, this gallery displays many of the artist's well known works in its permanent
collection. On rotating basis, the gallery also shows works by contemporary photographers who focus on the valley. The gallery ...
Here, you can see millions of gallons of water and a spectacular waterfall in a pristine setting. Do not let
its beauty fool you, the reservoir's purpose is to supply the San Francisco area with water as well as ...
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