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Did you know there are 48 giant sequoias in Yosemite Valley? Although these trees are not native to the Valley, people were so impressed by their grandeur they decided to plant them as early as the 1800s. This particular sequoia tree was planted in front of the Yosemite Museum in 1924. Although these trees in Yosemite Valley may seem old to us, they are actually relatively young. Sequoias can...
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The sun has set on the season for the Tioga and Glacier Point Roads (they are closed for the season due to snow). [ Nps.gov Link ]
Have you ever closed your eyes, went to sleep, reopened them, and awoke to a Yosemite sunrise? Sometimes it can feel like you're in a dreamland while visiting... but this view has been a reality for many visitors. What was your favorite awakening in Yosemite?
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11/30/2016 at 00:18. Facebook
Sunrise or sunset? Since this photo was taken facing east, some may assume that it is sunrise, however, it is a sunset. The waning light of the sun reflects off the granite cliffs and clouds, creating the colors you see here.
Yosemite National Park
11/29/2016 at 00:21. Facebook
A cloudy day after a snowstorm in Yosemite Valley.
Yosemite National Park
11/28/2016 at 20:12. Facebook
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11/27/2016 at 16:01. Facebook
Remembering spring on a wintry day in Yosemite.
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11/26/2016 at 18:38. Facebook
In 2014, our collaborators at UC Davis set out to capture and outfit a small number of Sierra Nevada red foxes with GPS collars in hopes of being able to locate active dens. In addition, dispersing individuals with collars could potentially lead us to new population centers. The female pictured here was caught and collared early in the winter of 2015 as a yearling or subadult. She did not...
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11/25/2016 at 23:59. Facebook
In the first picture the climber is trying to reach the top in a matter of hours. In the second, they are camping along the way. How would you want to climb El Capitan?
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11/25/2016 at 00:11. Facebook
We are thankful for the light dusting of snow we received in Yosemite Valley yesterday.
Holidays are a busy time for the park, throw in some amazingly dramatic weather and it can feel as busy as summertime! If you are visiting this week, remember to bring tire chains, drive slowly, watch out for wildlife and pedestrians...and above all celebrate safely.
The best way to end your day! At Taft Point, you'll enjoy magnificent views of Yosemite Valley, but be sure to watch your step. Photo at California's Yosemite National Park courtesy of Tiffany Nguyen.
We're in the midst of several small storms, giving us some rainy days in Yosemite Valley, some sunny days, and some in-between days. If you'll be visiting this week, check road conditions by calling 209/372-0200 (then 1, 1) and bring tire chains!
Relax, take a break, and listen to the sounds of Yosemite...
The heart of El Capitan comes to life with sunset's color.
Sentinel Bridge is one of the most famous sunset spots in Yosemite and it is easy to see why. Where is your favorite spot to watch sunset in Yosemite? Share your photos in the comments below.
The Tioga Road (continuation of Highway 120 through the park, pictured) and the Glacier Point Road closed last night due to icy conditions. We do not have an estimated time of reopening for either road. Check road conditions by calling 209/372-0200 (then 1, 1).
Our latest episode of Yosemite Nature Notes is Soundscapes...
"When you start to tune in to the soundscape, you realize there's this other dimension to what we're experiencing when we're out here." –Ranger Karyn
Morning rush hour at Happy Isles.
Have you ever experienced Yosemite Valley by the light of the moon? Nightly temperatures are brisk, but with views like this (North Dome and Washington Column) it is entirely worth throwing on your jacket and hiking around. Do you enjoy night hikes or are you afraid of the dark?