National Park Getaway | Yosemite, California

2013_sept4

There are countless ways to enjoy Yosemite. One of the best is by hiking up some of Yosemite’s most famous mountains and waterfalls and the astounding views that go with them! Here are some of the best hikes to take – be sure to bring water and a friend.

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Bridalveil Fall Trail

For an easy day hike, take a hike on the Bridalveil Fall Trail. Bridalveil Fall is one of Yosemite’s most famous and full waterfalls. On summer days, you might even get wet!

Vernal Fall and Nevada Fall Tail

On this hike, you’ll be able to see not one but two beautiful waterfalls. You can choose how far you’d like to go and pick a route accordingly. The Vernal Fall Footbridge is 1.6 miles round trip, Vernal Fall is 2.4 miles round trip, and Nevada Fall is 5.4 miles round trip.

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Half Dome

The hike to Half Dome is extremely strenuous, so it is for expert hikers only. You’ll make your way through a 14-16 mile round trip journey and gain up to 4,800 feet in elevation. When you make it to the finish line of this 10-12 hour hike, you’ll be rewarded with breathtaking views of the whole valley and countless waterfalls.

National Park Getaway | Yosemite, California

2013_oct1

Yosemite is one of California’s most impressive landmarks. Famous for its beautiful waterfalls and breathtaking views, Yosemite National Park is the place to go for hiking, camping, and exploring.

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Best Western PLUS Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center

Wondering where to stay while you’re in Yosemite? Look no further than the Best Western PLUS Sonora Oaks Hotel & Conference Center. The hotel is close to Yosemite, some great local wineries, and a few caves and caverns. This eco-friendly hotel features complimentary breakfast and high speed Internet. You can also enjoy the pool and fitness center. They often offer great Yosemite admission packages and family fun packages. Check out their current packages and book your Yosemite vacation today.

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