There is a definite sense of the High Sierras at Tuolumne Meadows. A stroll in the meadows along the many creeks and streams is great. With many peaks in the distance along with Lembert Dome, the scenery is fantastic. Also, a lot fewer people, but not a wilderness by any means. July is the prime time for wildflowers in the meadows. Depending on the snowpack, the amount of water and flowers will vary.
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