A Journey Through Yosemite

Published on 01/07/2020
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When it comes to having fun and enjoying the best that nature has to offer, we are sure Yosemite will pop up in your mind. But what does Yosemite have to offer that many other locations don’t? Well, actually it turns out… a whole lot! The attraction sits on over 700,000 acres of lush scenic views of iconic rock formations, lakes, waterfalls, and beautifully raised redwoods and sequoias. With such a sight in mind, what can stop you from experiencing this incredible beauty? You! Your plans to go elsewhere will only leave you desiring to experience what your friends and family who opted for this location got. It doesn’t take much to get the best of what Yosemite has to offer. Grab your backpack and stuff it with a few items you would need for hiking, and make the journey of a lifetime that will live on in your mind for years to come. Move away from the hustle and bustle of what life throws at you every day and bask in the fantastic natural touch of nature in Yosemite. Prepare yourself to view the majestic reality of the world from a new and different angle.

A Journey Through Yosemite

A Journey Through Yosemite

Executing the Vacation Plans

Many people are known to visit Yosemite regularly and take along a few items they may need like water, food, and medical aid. However, before you start packing, you should get an insight into some vital information. Where exactly do you wish to go, and are there reservations available for that area? You may have to reserve your spot as well as get the relevant permits to stay on the grounds. But for those who love an adventure without limits, you may need to get permits to stay in Yosemite (they are available all-year-round). You need to make reservations, but if you have not made any, you may strike lucky with a “first come, first served” option to get a tour permit. Also, the granted permissions may give you the opportunity to camp (for one night) before you go hiking and even after returning (for one night).

Where to Go

So for your camping trip, you may want to get the most of the experience and visit as many places as you possibly can. But where are some of the best places to go? Here are three you may consider (for more information, visit nps.gov):

Lyell Canyon-Vogelsand Loop

This location will leave you wanting more. You won’t want to end your journey even as it stretches across a 20-mile distance. Of course, it can take you days to complete this trip, especially if you’re going to take in as much as you can. Experience views and contacts with the alpine lakes, the John Muir and Pacific Crest Trails, and other gorgeous nature-embedded features. There are countless different terrains you can traverse with your friends, and of course, pics are allowed!

Glen Aulin Waterwheel Falls

Are you a fan of waterfalls? Well, going on the trails of the Glen Aulin Waterwheels mission will satisfy your heart’s desire and more. Listen and bask in the beautiful water as it bashes against the stones and leaves your mind feeling relaxed and free. It creates a refreshing feeling for the summer heat, and sure enough, the journey doesn’t end there. Travel further and see more than you expected. This trail will leave you breathless and in awe.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite High Sierra Camps

You will love the backdrop of this Yosemite trail as it showcases the beauty of the mountains and lush feeling in a country-style setting. You can let your hair down at this location with camp tents to relax and bask in an atmosphere of serene peace and tranquility. Set up your camp locations with friends and family and have a bond over the fire as you roast those sausages or marshmallows. You can also get a taste of some exquisite dishes prepared by amazing chefs on location.

Don’t hamper your urge to have fun without limits. The Yosemite location is the best you can choose for you and your family on your next vacation. They will love you for it.

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