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If you're one of the lucky ones who got your permit early this is great news! If not you can still try for the daily lottery (see post for more information) to get a permit, if there are any left. Related posts: Half Dome Cables Up This Friday. Got your permit? Got your permit? Half Dome cables go up Wednesday, June 22nd July Half Dome Permits Available Starting Tomorrow
At least one person was killed over the weekend in one of two rockslides Sunday on El Capitan. The fatal slide occurred about 9 a.m. The person killed was apparently climbing the south face of the iconic stone. A second rockslide occurred...Show More Summary
The body of Kenneth Stensby was found by searchers at the base of Vernal Fall Monday evening. Related posts: Hiker Missing at Top of Vernal Fall Missing Boy’s Body Found Body of Missing Hiker Found
If you were in Yosemite National Park last weekend and hiked the Mist Trail you could help find a missing hiker. Related posts: Missing Person By Vernal Fall Footbridge Hiker Missing Near Upper Yosemite Falls Missing Hiker Found
Hodgdon Meadow and Wawona campground have opened for the season. Related posts: Campground Seasonal Closings Campground Update Help! I’m Camping at Hodgdon Meadow!
I know you've been dying to know when it will open so wait no more. Tioga Pass opens May 11th!!! Related posts: Tioga Pass Plowing progress report Tioga Road Progress Report Snow Plowing Report May 3rd 2005
We are greatly saddened by today's events in Boston. Our hearts and deepest sympathies go out to the families of the victims of this tragedy. Though we didn't know them, they'll forever be in our memories. God bless you all. Related posts: Our Deepest Sympathies Remembering Our Heartfelt Sympathies
If you've been waiting to get through Tioga Pass well, you'll have to wait a bit longer. Related posts: Sierra Passes Opening For Memorial Day Travel BREAKING NEWS: Tioga Pass CLOSED! High Sierra Camps To Remain Closed. Tioga Pass Opens Friday.
So, what are you doing for National park Week? Nothing? How'd you like to go visit your favorite national park (Yosemite, of course) or free? Related posts: Lots to Do for National Park Week and Earth Day in Yosemite Yosemite Celebrating National Parks Week April 21st – 29th Bring Your Junior Rangers To Yosemite and Have Some Fun April 25th
Don't think this affects you? Wanna bet? Related posts: New Alternative Concepts Workbook Available for Merced Wild and Scenic River Plan Public Comment on Invasive Plant Management Plan in Yosemite Begins June 13th Merced River Plan Workshop Rescheduled
Cubicle got you down? Then check out this awesome video sent over by Tony Rowell. This ought to perk you up. Related posts: Moonbow and Stars at Yosemite Falls by Tony Rowell (video) Doug McConnell of Openroad.tv Interviews Galen and Barbara Rowell Yosemite Nature Notes: Horsetail Fall (Video)
If you’ve been a long time visitor to Yosemite you may well remember the traffic light that was placed on Highway 120 between Buck Meadows and the Cherry Lake Road turn-off. Well, to make a long story short, road construction this summer may well just bring the light back to 120 signaling stop and go [...]Show More Summary
It's the news nobody wanted to hear, it's going to be a dry, dry summer. Related posts: More Bad News: Sierra Snow Pack only 19% of Average Mono Lake Finishes Season With Record Snow/Rain More Rain and Snow Coming Later this Week and We Love It!
Conspiracy theorists will yell "there's no such thing", while climatologists are saying "I told you so" but for whatever reason, climate change or what-have-you, the The Lyell Glacier, the largest glacier in Yosemite National Park, has...Show More Summary
If you've been wondering what to get that special someone for Valentines Day this year, tell them you're going to be a day late. Related posts: Yosemite Campground Reservations Now Available Dec 15th on Recreation.gov Yosemite Campground Reservations Available Starting March 15th The Highs (and the Lows)
Alright, so it’s a misnomer. The real firefall occurred when hot coals from a fire were pushed off Glacier Point, a practice that ended last century. But every year there’s a short window of time when the sun shines up the Merced River Canyon in just such a way that it lights Horsetail Fall on [...]Show More Summary
Not everyone could conceive of doing it but for Jason Torlano it was a dream come true. Related posts: Photo of the Day: Resting at Clouds Rest by Sathish Jothikumar Edie’s Image of the day: Bristlecone Clouds Photo of the Day: Mathes Crest by Jonathan Fox
Whether you think the new permit system is too rigid or you think it's the greatest idea since sliced bread, you need to watch the video as a hiker risks his own life for a cell phone battery he dropped. Related posts: Half Dome Cables Up This Friday. Show More Summary
Follow along with 30 film makers as they document what a day is like in Yosmeite National Park in the latest installment of Yosemite Nature Notes. Related posts: Got an HD TV and an Apple TV? Check Out Yosemite Nature Notes Making Night Skies Better John Muir Still Yosemite’s Best Salesman
The Hetch Hetchy Road is closed indefinitely after park officials discovered water undercutting a hillside beneath the road making the road “extremely unstable”. The road is still intact, but water undercutting the hillside below the pavement has made it “extremely unstable,” Cobb said. The National Park Service temporarily closed the road in December due to [...]Show More Summary