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National park tips: Here's a Yosemite Valley spot for great reflections

If there’s been rain in the Yosemite area recently, go see Mirror Lake. In drier months it’s more meadow than lake. But when there’s water, it gives you startling reflections of Mt. Watkins and the walls of Yosemite Valley. It’s about a 1-mile hike (flat) from the Mirror Lake shuttle bus stop....
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