California Restaurant Month From gourmet meals in majestic historic hotels to locally owned restaurants serving made-from-scratch delicacies, the region is climbing the ladder on the culinary respect level. Come and enjoy Memorable Mountain Meals in Yosemite and Mariposa County – the food and the value will make you want to come back again and again.
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Lonely Planet’s top 10 U.S. destinations for 2014 are all available without clearing customs, including long-beloved destinations, spots commemorating important events in 2014 and significant regional spots that deserve your attention.
Think you might want to visit? Badger is a great place to learn to ski or snowboard. Check out our great Yosemite winter deals. Season passes are available. Check out this new webcam for Badger Pass BADGER PASS WEBCAM
Take a look at this amazing video of Yosemite in the Fall Fall Moments – Yosemite Nature Notes
Yosemite National Park Continues to Welcome Visitors to the Park Fall pageantry and warm temperatures invite visitors back to a reopened Yosemite. “Visitors are thrilled to be back in Yosemite and enjoying the park,” stated park Superintendent Don Neubacher. “The entire Yosemite region is dappled in spectacular autumn color and our gateway communities welcome visitors… Read more »
Fall is here and the weather is perfect for Hiking take a look at the many trails for all levels by clicking HERE
To view Yosemite Conservancy Webcams click HERE El Capitan, Half Dome, and the High Sierra webcam images are uploaded every 30 seconds, click refresh to update webcam view. Yosemite Falls webcam is streaming in real time. You can help support these webcams and provide for the future of Yosemite by becoming a Friend of Yosemite… Read more »
October 1, 1890: Yosemite Established as National Park On this day in 1890, President Benjamin Harrison signed a bill into law creating Yosemite National Park. This law decreed that about 1,500 square miles of public land in the California Sierra Nevada would be preserved for the public trust. READ MORE
10:30 a.m. on Friday, Sept. 6. Highway 120, the Tuolumne County route to Yosemite National Park, is set to reopen at noon today. The primary Bay Area road to the Park has been closed for close to two weeks due to the Rim Fire. Visitors will have full access to Yosemite Valley via Highway 120…. Read more »
Travel Advisory: Yosemite National Park is Open. You may have recently heard about the Rim Fire that originated in the Stanislaus National Forest and affected a portion of Yosemite. In anticipation of your upcoming visit we would like to share some valuable information and resources with you. The latest air quality report calls for… Read more »