After a difficult hike down Tuolumne Peak through rain, fog, and wind, I was able to find a little pond off the trail. After... more
Please just let me know if you choose this for publication- I'll allow it, no problem, I just wanna see.
My parents... more
Play a ‘What If?’ game before you go. Things don’t always go as planned. Bad weather, stomach flu, a wrong turn... more
Be prepared and know your limitations in the woods! Two things well end you first:
If Yosemite is not available, go to Mammoth Lakes, there too, in Inyo there are dispersed camps, such as Glass Creek, they... more
Always book in advance.
Help save a bear! Properly store all food and items that have an odor (sunscreen, hand sanitizer, toothpaste...) in a bear... more
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
Get a Park Passport. It's an inexpensive souvenir, and a good reminder of your visit. Our family loves to collect them.
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