Some tall tales are real
Yosemite is the land of the impossible. Trees that grow to a staggering size. Immense rock faces that dare the intrepid to scale them. A valley that looks like it was sculpted by the hands of the divine.
In the Yosemite National Park region, things are truly larger than life. From astonishing waterfalls to forests filled with the fragrant scent of ponderosa pine, Yosemite offers a sensory experience unlike any other.
The famed Sierra naturalist John Muir said that “Going to the woods is going home.” Yosemite is waiting to welcome you. And a few days here change every one that follows.
The word “iconic” gets overused, but it definitely applies to this massive monolith.
Towering El Cap has been captivating the boldest among us for centuries.
As soon as you get your first glimpse of it, a world of staggering beauty springs to life.
Watch for rainbows on this popular hike up to a waterfall high in the mountains.
Get an eagle-eyed view of Yosemite Valley from this vantage point over 3,000 feet above the valley floor.
Take a long walk through the wildflowers in this idyllic setting in Yosemite’s high country.
There are plenty of Yosemite hot spots, but here are a few of the must-sees.
It’s hard to fully convey the majesty of Yosemite, but these photos offer a hint.
If you’re going to Yosemite, you’re going to love Tenaya Lodge. Just two miles from Yosemite National Park, this is your basecamp for adventure.