Yosemite National Park is located/ nestled in the central Sierra Nevada of California. It is acclaimed as one of the most iconic landscapes in the United States, spanning over 700,000 acres (or 1,200 square miles) of valleys, meadows, giant Sequoias, and an abundant wildlife. Best known for its awe-inspiring cliffs, like Half Dome and El Capitan, and its cascading waterfalls, such as Yosemite Falls.
A glacial valley surrounded by high granite summits such as Half Dome and El Capitan, and densely forested with pines.
Our go-to hike with two waterfalls (Vernal and Nevada Falls) and incredible views from start to finish.
One of the toughest hikes we’ve done to date covering over 17 miles and 4,800 ft of elevation gain.
Our common home-base when we stay in Yosemite and home to the ever beautiful and relaxing, Merced River.
One of the largest high-elevation meadows in Sierra Nevada and great area to explore in the Fall season.
A swimable alpine lake that can be found right off the side of the road between Tuolumne Meadows and Yosemite Valley.