Explore Yosemite National Park, California
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Located in the western slopes of the Sierra Nevada Mountains in east central California, Yosemite National Park is a world treasure. It is not only a World Heritage Site, but is well known for its granite cliffs, amazing Sequoia groves, and epic waterfalls. While most people who visit Yosemite National Park spend the most time in Yosemite Valley, there’s much to explore beyond. Rock climbers from all over come to climb El Capitan, a granite rock formation that is larger than the tallest skyscraper stacked on top of itself.
Regardless of the time of year that you visit Yosemite, there’s plenty to do. Going to the park in the winter months means plenty of snow and great for cross-country skiing. Also, during this time there are quite a few culinary adventures at the Park as well. Summer is the most popular time as most of the Park is accessible and there are plenty of wildflowers to see. There’s plenty of do including biking, fishing, hiking, climbing, horseback riding, rafting, and swimming.
The following are some events that happen in the valley:
Vitners Holiday Sessions – November – December
Bracebridge Dinners – December
Chef’s Holiday Sessions - January
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