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Everything you Need to Know About Tuolumne Meadows Campground

Tuolumne Meadows campground in Yosemite offers excellent opportunities for high country campsite living. Located at 8500 feet, the 2-mile long grassy Tuolumne Meadows Yosemite along the Tuolumne River is a stunning beauty surrounded by the Sierra Nevada mountain range. Visitors to Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite can expect to live in

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5 Favorite Baits to Catch Trout in California

Trout fishing is one of the most popular hobbies in California, the whole of the United States, and even the rest of the world. Trout fishing can be done on rivers, lakes, dams, or ponds. Seeing that it is such a popular hobby, there is an array of choices when

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Yosemite National Park Nature Programs

Yosemite National Park is spread over 1,169 square miles and is located 195 miles from San Francisco and 315 miles from Los Angeles. Home to over one thousand plants, 400 animals, and 200 bird species, it attracts 4 million visitors annually. Besides, Yosemite National Park is a World Heritage Site.

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Giant Sequoias Mariposa Grove Hike

Why you should visit the Giant Sequoias in Mariposa Grove in Yosemite? Any visit to Yosemite is all about seeing something big. There is nothing more breathtaking than looking from the main valley and seeing the immense power of nature. It’s one thing to know the valley was formed as

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North Pines Campground

North Pines Campground is one of the 3 campgrounds that occupy prime locations in the Yosemite Valley in the Yosemite National Park. Located close to the confluence of the Merced River and Tenaya Creek, North Pines Campground has some riverfront campsites on the Merced Riverside. The campground is situated at

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Spinners vs Spoons for Catching Trout in California

It is a bright Sunday morning and you are on your way with your friends for trout fishing. The weather is wonderful, you have all your equipment ready and everyone is super-excited to have a great time along the water-banks. Doesn’t this sound amazing? Well, it surely does. But before

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Lower Pines Campground

Lower Pines Campground is one of the three Yosemite camping sites located in the picturesque Yosemite National Park. It is situated at an elevation of 4000 feet in the Sierra Nevada mountain range in Central California. The site occupies a central location in the Yosemite National Park and it has

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Vernal Falls Hike

A little back story about the Vernal Falls hike route Before being named Vernal Falls in Yosemite, the locals of the area referred to this incredible waterfall as Yan-o-pah. This Native American word roughly translates to little cloud’ but was renamed the latter in 1851. This majestic waterfall has a

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Upper Pines Campground

Upper Pines Campground is situated in the world-famous Yosemite National Park in Sierra Nevada Mountain Range at an elevation of 4,000 feet. It is the largest campground of Yosemite Valley, a breathtaking landscape containing numerous famous features for which we love Yosemite National Park. There are also other campgrounds, including

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Cathedral Lakes Trail

Why is this trail not listed on the official day hikes at Yosemite? You might be scratching your head and wondering, why isn’t this part of the regular hikes at Yosemite? Well, I would be wrong if I told you that several trails aren’t listed. The reason is very simple.

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