Top 3 Things to Do at Yosemite National Park
1. See Yosemite Valley Waterfalls
When snow melt from mountain peaks brings icy waters rushing downstream into Yosemite Valley, great waterfalls spring to life. During the peak seasonal flow, which usually happens in April through June, the thundering of waterfalls can be heard clear across the valley.
2. See a Granite Dome Landscape
Yosemite’s Tunnel View with Half Dome, Valley View with Merced River, Glacier Point, and Olmsted Point are the most famous views in the National Park.
3. Walk Among Giant Sequoias
The giant sequoia is one of the oldest, largest and fastest growing tree species on Earth and lives only on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada at elevations between 4,500 to 7,000 feet. Yosemite is home to around 550 mature giant sequoias which are found in three different groves, the Tuolumne, Merced Mariposa groves.
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