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Yosemite at The Pines Resort
Things to Do

The Ultimate Yosemite Experience

Discover the wilderness of Yosemite National Park, nestled in the western Sierra Nevada Mountains, a haven for adventurers and nature lovers alike. Explore towering pine forests, ancient California Redwood trees, and the highest waterfalls in North America.
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Yosemite Valley

Yosemite Valley, renowned for its stunning landscapes, is a central hub inside Yosemite Park. Accessible via the south entrance, the Valley offers iconic views, such as Tunnel View. Spanning approximately 7.5 miles, it houses a Visitor's Center, museum, and diverse activities. Highlights include the majestic waterfalls like Bridalveil and Yosemite Falls, the towering El Capitan, tranquil Sentinel Meadow, and the scenic Merced River, alongside a variety of hiking trails for all levels.

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Mist Trail

Mist Trail is a premier path in Yosemite Valley, beloved for its scenic water bodies and vibrant natural scenes. This popular trail offers a journey along the Merced River, leading hikers through notable landmarks including Vernal Fall and Emerald Pool, culminating at Nevada Fall. Ideal for day treks, the trail is surrounded by camping options for extended stays. Early season hikers should tread carefully due to potential snowmelt and ice.
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Glacier Point & Sentinel Dome

Visit Glacier Point and Sentinel Dome for panoramic views of Yosemite Valley from an elevation of 7,214 feet. Marvel at iconic sights like Half Dome and Yosemite Falls. This glacial landmark offers a mix of thrilling adventure and peaceful beauty, making it a unique destination within the majestic setting of one of the globe's most extraordinary natural landscapes. 

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Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias

Explore the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias, a majestic natural wonder near Yosemite's south entrance. This grove, the largest and oldest in Yosemite, houses around 500 ancient sequoias, including the famed Grizzly Giant. Accessible by free shuttle, the grove offers numerous hiking trails of varying difficulties, inviting visitors to wander among these towering giants and immerse themselves in nature's grandeur.