2006 -- 2007
Yosemite National Park embraces a great tract of scenic wildlands set aside in 1890 to preserve a portion of the Sierra Nevada that stretches along California's eastern flank. Ranging from 2,000 feet to more than 13,000 feet, the park encompasses alpine wilderness, groves of giant sequoia trees, and Yosemite Valley, which may be the world's best known example of a glacier-carved canyon. The dramatic scale of its waterfalls, rounded domes, massive monoliths, and towering cliffs has inspired painters, poets, photographers, and millions of visitors.
We are crazy enough to have three short trips to Yosemite National Park in different seasons in a year (2006 to 2007). Each season in Yosemite provides totally distinct experience and activities. We will keep coming back to explore more of its natural beauty.
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