Date(s) - May 24, 2019 - May 27, 2019
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
That amazing place you want to go but have not yet. You have heard it’s amazing but you did not want to go on your own and none of your friends were willing to join you or be adventurous.
Or you have been before and you can’t wait to go again.
For either reason or many others: This is the event for you!!
This event will be Car Camping compared to back-country camping. Meaning your car is steps away.
Things on the agenda:
Glacier Point This is one of Yosemite’s best viewpoints that you can drive up to with easy access. Located on the south wall of Yosemite Valley, you get a spectacular view of the valley and Half Dome. We will aim to do it for sunrise or sunset (the best times)
Taft Point & Sentinel Dome Taft Point and Sentinel Dome are right next to each other. Taft Point is easy to get to and a great spot to conquer your fear of heights. Edge up to the cliff and stare straight down into the valley to appreciate it’s grandeur. Sentinel Dome is an easy 1-mile walk from the parking lot and gives you a 360-degree view of Yosemite. These are both on the way when diving to Glacier Point
Yosemite Falls Standing at 2,424 feet, this is the highest waterfall in North America and sixth largest in the world! The best time to view it is in late spring when the melting snow creates the strongest flow. And that’s when we will be there!!! The path to walk to this is flat and maybe 300 feet long of a hike . You can do that!!! There is also the option to hike up (a hard up hill long hike)
Tunnel View From here you get a view of Yosemite Valley, Bridalveil Fall, Half Dome, and El-Capitan. This is the postcard perfect spot.
Bridalveil Fall This waterfall is one of the most iconic waterfalls in the park and like Yosemite Falls . . . its super easy and flat and short. The Ahwahneechee Native American tribe believed that inhaling the mist would improve your chances of getting married.
Half Dome This is Yosemite’s most popular rock formation. That’s not on the agenda for this trip. BUT the hike to Vernal Falls and Mist Trail is the same trail to take to go up Half Dome. We will do Vernal and Mist
Vernal and Nevada Falls Nuff said.
Mariposa Grove These are the giant Sequoias located at the south end of the park at the Wawona entrance.
Cooks Meadow (Ansel Adams)
Camping will be $85 total per person.
This will cover three nights (Fri, Sat, Sun).
Endless firewood provided.
Unlimited Propane stove is provided and grill available.
Paper goods provided (plates, utensils etc)
Indoor and outdoor heated pool.
Flush toilets (clean too!)
Electricity at the site (to recharge your phone).
And all the activities that are led in the park.
If you want to do for two or three just change the number. From 85 to 170 or 255 for example.
If you can only go for two nights $77 total per person (Fri and Sat)(meaning you can’t get Monday off) https://paypal.me/ExposedCalifornia/77
Refunds given up to 14 days before event.
Link will be removed when event fills.
Don’t delay. Don’t wait. Yosemite is everyone favorite and it is difficult toe impossible to secure sites, . . . . and on an awesome holiday weekend too!!
This is the perfect time of year at it is not overly hot AND the waterfalls are all the highest flow.
This is on your bucket list. Time to mark it off.
RSVP does NOT save your space. Payment via the links is the ONLY way to save your place. So do not delay
(per person total for three nights camping: Fri, Sat and Sun)
Link will be removed the moment the event event is filled.
This event is cross posted and will be closed shortly.