Yosemite Discounted Winter Stay

Yosemite Discounted Winter Stay

1) Stay More, Save More

Holiday season, weekend escape, a place to take your Valentine: Enjoy a winter getaway to Yosemite Valley Lodge, complete with spectacular views and delightfully good rates. Save up to 40% on the “Stay More, Save More” promotion.

2) Thunder Wonder

The tallest waterfall in North America has a winter secret. Ice warmed by morning sun breaks from Yosemite Falls’ frozen top, crashing to a rocky base a thousand feet below, and the resulting reverberation sounds like thunder. Get some alone time with this wondrous water-work by forking left at Falls View on a short hike. Here a solo bench marks a vista point of both upper and lower falls. (The falls may be dry in the winter.)

3) Ski in Yosemite! 

Founded in 1935, Yosemite Ski & Snowboard Area is California’s first ski resort and the perfect winter destination for families. The Yosemite ski area is the gateway to some of the most beautiful vistas in the High Sierra, offering five convenient lifts and spacious, groomed runs for downhill skiers and snowboarders, in addition to snowshoeing, snow tubing, and cross-country ski trails.

4) Skate Under the Gaze of Half Dome

Right under the shadow of iconic Half Dome is the awesome outdoor ice skating rink where you can glide around and take in the surrounding scenery of snow-dusted granite.

5) Dine Next to Yosemite Falls

The Mountain Room is a perfect spot for a delicious meal after your day exploring Yosemite’s winter wonderland. The French onion soup is delicious, the New York steak is succulent, and the skillet chocolate chip sandwich will leave you licking your lips.

Enjoy a winter getaway to Yosemite National Park complete with spectacular views and delightful rates. Save up to 40% on the “Stay More, Save More” promotion. You can choose lodging at Yosemite Valley Lodge or The Majestic Yosemite Hotel.

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