Big Rock Resort
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... its 41 miles away but at least we know its something. Its pitch dark, bear and cougar country and not even the kind of cougars i like, its down to single track road and all up hill. This is proper dodgey. Every so often there is a truck parked at the side of the road, probs creatures from the hills have eyes sleepin in them. What made this road even creepier was the fact it smelt of smoke and all the trees had been burnt so everything looked dead and horrible. We ...
... stopped off again at Sentinel Bridge. After another paddle, some skimming and a game of pooh sticks we headed back to Curry Village.
We had dinner out on the decking in Curry Village centre and were joined by an unexpected guest - a racoon jumped up next to us, scaring the living daylights out of Jo. After dinner the boys were desperate for another game of Lords of Waterdeep. So we went back and set up in the one of the tents and had a very cosy night playing away.
... the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias...unfortunately, the was almost a one mile hike in to see the true giants of the grove, and we had missed the last tour bus, so we just took a few pictures with the few that were out front - still massively huge!!
Had one last look around the Yosemite valley. Walked up to the Bridal Veil Falls. Today's plan was the Tioga Pass Drive - about a 100 Km drive West to East across Yosemite National Park. Early explorers made the first crossing to open a route across the Sierras perished in the tough conditions. The road is closed from Nov to May due to snow.
As we climbed out of the valley there were nice views of the valley. First stop was at Tuolumne Grove where we were dwarfed by ...
... soaring over a km near vertical into the sky, the photos really do not do it justice. Due to the fires which are still burning we are contained to the valley which is really beautiful, it's around 7miles long and 1 mile wide or 7.3 x 1.6kms. It's relatively flat with camping grounds, shops, museums and the like. From here however small hikes can be taken part-way up into the canyon. I took the hike to Mirror ...