Shared Stories From Yosemite National Park

Please just let me know if you choose this for publication- I'll allow it, no problem, I just wanna see. My parents... more
Braid Flag as offensive
‘Plan B’ Play a ‘What If?’ game before you go. Things don’t always go as planned. Bad weather, stomach flu, a wrong turn... more
Judy Flag as offensive
Be prepared and know your limitations in the woods! Two things well end you first: 1) Arrogance 2) Ignorance Many... more
Andrew Flag as offensive
If Yosemite is not available, go to Mammoth Lakes, there too, in Inyo there are dispersed camps, such as Glass Creek, they... more
Andrew Flag as offensive
If Yosemite is not available, go to Mammoth Lakes, there too, in Inyo there are dispersed camps, such as Glass Creek, they... more
Andrew Flag as offensive
Always book in advance.
James Flag as offensive
Help save a bear! Properly store all food and items that have an odor (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, toothpaste...) in a bear... more
marilyn Flag as offensive
Parking is hard to find. The best way to explore Yosemite on a day trip is to catch a bus into the park and ride the free... more
Cheryl Flag as offensive
Get a Park Passport. It's an inexpensive souvenir, and a good reminder of your visit. Our family loves to collect them.
Trevor Flag as offensive
Make sure you wrap up all of your food tightly!
Mathew Flag as offensive

Pages