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My husband and I walked a portion of the trail and really enjoyed all the sights along the way. The trail is paved and well-marked in most places - plus there are maps posted at most of the shuttle stops.
We walked along the meadows,...More
My husband and I love this trail. We left right from our room at Yosemite Valley Lodge. It's easy to find the trail which takes off from the trail to Lower Yosemite Falls, across the street from the lodge. The shorter version of the trail...More
This trail is mostly for all shapes, sizes, ages, & abilities. There are places that some could find hard, but not so much. Not wheelchair accessible. Great fall colors in mid Oct., less crowded, but as always get an early start.
Went the first week of October and was not disappointed. I don't think anywhere in the park can disappoint! Great views of El Capitan and Half Dome. This late in the year everything was dried up so it made for less water photo shots of...More
This trail gives you the opportunity to see the valley sights from close up and yet still be close to road access. Views of El Capitan were spectacular. Despite the park being crowded the trail was amazingly quiet. After passing El Capitan don’t take the...More
We went October 1-4 to avoid most of the busy season and because of the fall colors and we weren’t disappointed! The park was still busy but very pleasant and not to crowded. The weather was cloudy but no rain and visibility was great. We...More
The Loop takes you past some of the best landmarks in the valley. The path is pretty flat and one of the best ways to see some of the big landmarks in the valley. We did parts of it due to time constraints. We did...More
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You can park at Yosemite Village and either walk the half mile to lower Yosemite Falls where the trail begins, or you can hop on the shuttle (it runs year round) and get off at Stop #6 at Lower Yosemite Falls and begin your... More
You can park at Yosemite Village and either walk the half mile to lower Yosemite Falls where the trail begins, or you can hop on the shuttle (it runs year round) and get off at Stop #6 at Lower Yosemite Falls and begin your hike there. I have no idea what the trails are like in winter because we were there in September. If you stay at Yosemite Village Lodge, you will be right there by the Falls and you can park your car at the lodge, which is a great place to stay.