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... over where we had walked yesterday. Half Dome just shot out off the mountains tempting us to make the 16 hour climb. We settled for PotHole rock a couple of miles further down the road. 16 minutes versus 16 hours yep almost the same. Despite the lesser height it did give great views over the meadows and made the walk worthwhile.
From there we headed to our next walk in to Soda Springs via the visitors centre. The meadows gets nowhere near ...
... to an altitude of 10,000 feet and takes over 1 hour to drive accross. As dusk was fast approaching, we found a nice hiding place where the park rangers would not find us at night. We decided to read through the literature they had given us when we entered the park. Again, we learnt some interesting facts:
1.There are bears
2.Bears can break into your car
3.Bears can smell food in your car
4.THERE ARE BEARS!!!
... we park the bike and wander to the view point. 3214 feet high we look straight down on Curry Village. Even Tom who does not like heights at the best of time managed a peek, awesome.
From here we carried on round the park to Wawona and Mariposa grove to see ...
... other. Pretty brave of them in my opinion because it was high and whilst there we saw a couple of guys chicken out of the jump. (One guy did do a backflip though which was pretty impressive). It was great tummy tingley fun to do and gave a us super adreneline boost. Being fairly remote there was only one restuarant to choose from so in we went for our evening meal. The hamburgers were really good. We then played a game of American Shuffleboard in the bar afterwards which was a lot of ...
... would take us up to the Vernal Falls, a 1.5 mile steep hike from the valley floor. From here, we could continue the 2.5 miles to the top of the Nevada Falls, the views from which were rumoured to be incredible, and then follow the scenic 4.5 mile John Muir trail back to the valley floor. 8.5 miles? No problem.
It is a problem when the entire first half of the hike is uphill. And I'm not talking Castle Hill here, actual, steep, mountainous terrain. We had ...