Yosemite & National Parks Activities

Yosemite & National Parks
Half Dome
87 million years old and with a 93% vertical grade, Half Dome is Yosemite's most distinctive and dazzling natural monument. While climbers from around the world come to grapple the sheerest cliff in North America, the 17-mile round-trip trail from Yosemite Valley, which gains around 1,500 metres in elevation, is suitable for most good hikers.
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Yosemite Falls
Considered the tallest waterfall in North America, dropping 740 metres in three tiers, the thunder of Yosemite Falls can be heard across the valley. For a view from the top, take the 3.4-mile Yosemite Falls Trail. Alternatively, there's a trail goes right to the base, just make sure you wear waterproofs!
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El Capitan
Rising close to 1,000 metres from the floor of Yosemite Valley, El Capitan is an incredible vertical rock formation and one of the world's largest granite monoliths. The ultimate challenge for climbers and a must-snap opportunity among photographers, El Capitan is best viewed at Inspiration Point by foot or Tunnel View by car.
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Tunnel View Outlook
Together with Glacier Point, Tunnel View is considered one of the greatest outlooks in all of Yosemite. Enjoy a priviledged vantage point across Yosemite Valley, where you'll be able to see famous sites such as Half Dome, El Capitan, and Bridaveil Fall. Tunnel View Outlook can be reached via Wawona Road and is the perfect introduction to Yosemite's awe-inspiring landscapes.
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Glacier Point
With a view that encompasses much of Yosemite Valley, from the peaks that surround Tuolumne Meadows to the imposing Half Dome at eye level, Glacier Point is guaranteed to take your breath away. You can hike the 1,000 metres if you're feeling energetic, if not, you can drive or get the bus to Glacier Point from the Yosemite Valley floor.