Thanks to Bryant Burnette, one of our fabulous Naturalist and Backpacking Guides, for sharing these quick pics from last weekend’s Wonders of Yosemite Hike & Tour.
We’re all so excited – and relieved – about the recent snow in the Sierra.
Yes, we’re excited for winter fun to begin, especially snowshoeing among the Giant Sequoias!
We’re also relieved because the Sierra Nevada is the source for over 50% of California’s water. We need more snow to help us out of our current drought, so here’s hoping for plenty more.
As the saying goes, now we can see the light at the end of the tunnel, and we’re pretty sure it’s not a train headed our way.
As for Bryant’s adventures this weekend, our Wonders of Yosemite Hike and Tour is a full day adventure touring Yosemite’s icons –
- Yosemite Falls
- Bridalveil Fall
- Half Dome
- El Capitan
- Tunnel View
– plus a two and a half hour Giant Sequoia hike (or snowshoe). It’s a truly great way to make the most of a single day in Yosemite. If you want to know more, hike on over to the “Explore” section of this site, or just give our Recreation Desk a call at (209)379-2606 extension 3.