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.
While at Yosemite for Chef’s Holiday, Chef Rathbun cooks up his famous Tecate Chili, just in time for the big game!
Visitors to Yosemite National Park will pay more to enter and camp overnight, under fee hikes that start March 1.
The first confirmed sighting of a rare Sierra Nevada red fox in Yosemite National Park in nearly a century has been confirmed by park officials.
A family brave the cold weather of winter to zipline across the beautiful Yosemite valley…
Thanks to “Wild” starring Academy award-winner Reese Witherspoon, more hikers are taking on the PCT.
Powerful December storms delivered hope of a wet winter in the Sierra. A month later, those hopes are being washed out.
American rock climber Tommy Caldwell was first to pull himself atop a 3,000-foot sheer granite face in Yosemite National Park, followed minutes later by his longtime friend Kevin Jorgeson.