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Yosemite Waterfalls Galore!

The waterfalls are raging, the wildflowers are popping, and the snow-capped granite scenery is epic! This spring, make your way to Yosemite by way of charming Mariposa. Hit the trails to see supercharged waterfalls, or bike around the valley floor, stopping at highlights along the way. Just get to Yosemite!

Week 04.25.2019
Regions Northern & Southern CA

Oh So Power-Fall!

Yosemite Hikes to Vernal and Nevada Waterfall

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Who doesn't love a good waterfall? Well, this classic hike in Yosemite gives you two bangs for your hiking buck. But get an early start, because this is one of the most popular trails in the park.
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What a Rush!

See Yosemite's Waterfalls and Stay in Mariposa

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Epic waterfalls and wildflowers for days—it’s happening in Yosemite Mariposa County right now! We haven’t seen snowmelt like this in years, so get to Yosemite Valley to see the waterfalls. Fewer people are there this time of year, so the only rush you get comes from the water…
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Zippity Yeeha!

Yosemite Ziplines

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When TripAdvisor rates you Mariposa’s #1 attraction, and your tagline is Get Your Zip On, there’s a lot to live up to. And Yosemite Ziplines and Adventure Ranch delivers! Created, owned, and operated by husband-and-wife team Bryan and Victoria Imrie, this 6-stage guided zip tour…
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Valley Rock 'n' Roll

Rent a Bike and Pedal Around Yosemite Valley

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Imagine if there was a bike-friendly paved trail that circled Yosemite Valley’s floor, hitting all the highlights … well, in fact, there is! Rent your wheels and grab a map from the Yosemite Valley Lodge or Half Dome Village and forget about the buses. Just be ready to stretch…
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