Yosemite National Park in One Day

I decided to write a few blog posts about how to enjoy several different National Parks if you only have one day there. I hope you find my suggestions for Yosemite National Park helpful. I have only been to Yosemite twice so far, but I’m sure I’ll be back at some point. I’m certainly no... Continue Reading →

15 Reasons Why You Should Visit Yosemite National Park

  15 Reasons Why You Should Visit Yosemite National Park   Sentinel Dome This is an easy 2.2 mile hike near Glacier Point that provides great views of Yosemite Falls and Half Dome. Tuolumne Meadows This is a large meadow in the High Sierra region of Yosemite. This is a nice place to relax and... Continue Reading →

Go to Yosemite NOW!

If you like waterfalls, this is the time to visit Yosemite National Park.  Yosemite Valley was briefly closed due to flooding, but it reopened this morning.  The rain didn't hit Yosemite as hard as expected, however the Merced River did eclipse flood levels.  As a result, the incredible valley's waterfalls should  be overflowing with life.... Continue Reading →

Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Valley may very well be the most famous valley in the world. At the very least it's among the most stunning. Despite it encompassing a mere seven square miles, 95% of the park's visitors don't set foot outside the valley. The incredible glacial valley is home to several amazing natural wonders. Half Dome, the... Continue Reading →

My Top 10 Waterfalls

My Top Ten Waterfalls 1. Havasu Falls – Havasu Canyon, Arizona This 100-foot tall plunge easily tops my list. The blue-green water is simply amazing. There is a small, but pristine beach at its base and the travertine formations around the fall are out of this world. I actually have a photo I took of... Continue Reading →

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