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Beautiful park that I wish we had more time to spend hiking.
I am mostly recovered but still get winded quickly so I am not sure a strenuous hike is a good idea.
We met up with a family that we had met at the Grand Canyon and took some small hikes to see the sites.
We spent a very cozy night at the campground. Today was spent exploring the park.
We saw El Capitain, Yosemite Falls, the edge of the world lookout and many more beautiful sights in the park.
... of the valley and this shows when we were unable to find the visitors centre, or any of the facilities mentioned on another vague map.
On the way to Soda Springs we came across a bridge over a lovely creek and decided on lunch here. The water, similar to the lake we stopped for smoko, was freezing, I suppose glacier melt gets that way. We saw a couple of small fish and later a few fishermen trying to catch them. Fishing, hunting, horse riding ...
... outcrops, lots of hikers and tourists too. We spent a couple of hours driving through some amazing scenery before reaching the hotel early evening - only to find a huge queue for dinner and the neighbouring pizza place closed. So we ended up with microwave meals - not ideal, but they kept us going while we had an after dinner dip in the ...
... scenery at the many viewpoints along the way as we made our way along the pass and eventually down into the valley. Yosemite was certainly beautiful, but it was very crowded and busy which detracted a bit from the enjoyment. At the information center we also learnt that the majority of the falls, including the iconic Yosemite Falls, were dry, which was a bit disappointing. We had planned to hire bikes and cycle around the valley, but the girls decided that they had had enough ...