Yosemite Pines RV Resort and Family Lodging
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So far on our trip, we’ve found that we’re happier and more relaxed when we don’t spend much time researching our destinations and just let everything happen (for the most part). We’ve had so many cool experiences and met some great people, so we’ve tried to handle each stop this way. But sometimes not having a plan …
... believe to be for scenic sightseeing. However, as we slowed down as instructed, we soon realised that there were a large number of police, ambulance and rescue crews alongside the chopper, and deduced that there must have been an incident on the rock face. El Capitan tempts rock climbers from all over the world, challenged by its in accessibility. Climbers ascend the rock over the course of two days, camping on narrow ledges on its side, before waiting for sunrise to resume their ...
... we had to take it really slow. Then the downhill hike that killed everyone's quads and knees. Made it back to the van though a bit worse for wear!
My walking sandals (which I thought looked like special orthopaedic shoes) were in fact a god send they are like walking on clouds and the grip on the bottom is fantastic - best investment for this holiday!
We went for dinner in a local restaurant actually it was canteen but I was grateful ...
... being Memorial Day Weekend, we knew this would be the perfect plan since the Valley would be a zoo!
The next morning, picked up a backcountry permit, packed our bags, and hiked in from Tuolumne/Porcupine Creek. Michael had to work that day, so we made plans to meet up with him late that night at camp or early the next day at the rappel from the rim. Since we arrived at camp ...
... hikes. It took us an hour and a half to drive through the valley and reach the trailhead down Glacier Point Road for the Sentinel Dome and Taft Point loop. This loop promised us different views of Yosemite Valley, this time from above. The views definitely made the hike and drive worth it. First we climbed up Sentinel Dome, which is situated across the valley from Half Dome with views of Yosemite Falls and 360 degree views of the Valley. You can easily ...