Among the country’s five best mountain climbing destinations are the highest point in North America and one of the world’s most famous natural landmarks.
From the highest and lowest points in North America to the world’s largest living things and largest living carnivores, each of America’s national parks has something unique to offer.
Rangers say they’re opening Glacier Point Road, which takes drivers to a lookout perched at 3,214 feet above the valley floor.
A 20-year-old Marin County man missing for two days in Yosemite National Park has been found alive.
Moments after finishing a historic wintertime trek of the Pacific Crest Trail, Justin Lichter reassured bystanders the pale, desquamated look of his rain-soaked hands was “totally normal.”
(BAY AREA NEWS GROUP/CBS SF) – The grandeur of Yosemite deserves a suitably grand craft beer. So it only makes sense that the national park’s Ahwahnee Hotel would have its own. Mammoth Brewing bottles Ahwahnee […]
(BAY AREA NEWS GROUP/CBS SF) – Everyone knows about the Ahwahnee Hotel, the landmark lodge nestled inside Yosemite National Park, but those pricey rooms often are booked months in advance. There are other options, though, […]
If you’re looking for a place to get outdoors and enjoy unseasonably warm temperatures this Valentine’s Day weekend, consider hitching your wagon to Yosemite National Park.
The photo featured is of Yosemite Falls. What I find extraordinary is the waterfall is flowing again, after a dry month of January. The Rivers and waterfalls water levels have been low, but because of this last week’s much need rain and snow, Yosemite Falls is flowing again! Yosemite Falls, Bridalveil Falls, Vernal Falls, and Nevada Falls, are running very well, with smaller waterfalls around the park. You will notice plenty of deer, squirrels and if you are lucky, coyote running around the Park.
One of the best parts of living in the Golden State is the ability to enjoy over 1.6 million acres of mountains, beaches and valleys protected by state parks. But a new report finds park visitors do not reflect the state’s changing and diverse demographics, making the future of park funding uncertain.