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Best hiking safety tips for you. Be prepared with these tips and you'll have a great trail experience.
A great selection of hiking journals. If you are spending time outdoors, journal what you are doing, where you've been and your thoughts.
Hiking in Yosemite to Dewey Point will give you a scenic view at 7,385 feet. Hike it in the summer or cross country to the point in Yosemite's winter.
Hiking half dome is easier if you are prepared. Here is a review for the book: One Best Hike: Yosemite Half dome.
Learn about a hiking GPS. Unfortunately, bad things happen sometimes. A GPS tool will help you locate exactly where you are if you get lost.
High Sierra Camps are places you can eat, shower and stay the night as you walk Yosemite's looped trail.
Hetch Hetchy is above Yosemite Valley. A twin valley that has been dammed up so the water can be used as a power source for San Francisco, California.
Yosemite's Great Grey Owl is different than other grey owls. The majority of California's grey owls, reside in Yosemite and the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
Best Yosemite tour packages. Pick the number of days that you want to go and see all the highlights of this national park.
Drive up to Yosemite Glacier Point and view the Valley of Yosemite National Park and the Sierra Nevada Mountains. Experience these breath taking views.
Get hiking to Yosemite's only natural arch. A nice detour on you way to Yosemite's North Dome or Clouds Rest. Start up near Tuolumne Meadows.
Learn about and see photo's of the General Grant tree, the Sherman Oak tree and other giant sequoia's.
There are three Northern California Airports. These are international airports. Fly in, rent a car and drive to the beautiful Yosemite National Park.
Know and learn about the North American black bear In Yosemite! The average size bear is 300 pounds and they come in a variety of colors, not just black!
Get your National Parks Pass and use it to go into any National Park in the United States! There are four different passes. Get the pass that is for you!
A comprehensive look at Yosemite National Parks history of rockslides, floods, fires and search and rescue efforts.
The National Park Quarters program is a fun collection. See the National Park coins and $2 bills and get yours here :)
It is easy to get mule deer pictures in Yosemite National Park. These beautiful deer are seen on a daily basis.
Learn some mosquito facts here. Get the best repellent (natural and chemical) here. How to keep this pesky bugs away and what to do if you get bitten by one.
The Merced River rafting just outside of Yosemite National Park is a blast!
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