Yosemite slowly opening for the warm season

 

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Here’s an update on openings at Yosemite:

The Ice Cut is open for the season.

Four Mile trail is still closed due to ice on the upper sections.

The Glacier Point Store is open for the season.

The webinar runs in 2 days.  Try hiking the old Big Oak Flat road.  It’s still there. Went of of use due to rockfalls  – then the new road we use opened.   REGISTER

 

Unrelated thought worth quoting: “Purple Haze was in my brain. Lately things don’t seem the same; actin’ funny but I don’t know why. ‘scuse me while I kiss the sky.” – Jimi Hendrix

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  1. Maureen L says:

    Thanks, you have more information than the trails condition section of the park’s website.

    For those who don’t have all the names at their fingertips, the “Ice Cut” being open means that we can take the trail up the gulley on the left side of Nevada Fall and then come down on the John Muir Trail to save our knees and get great views of the fall.

    The Glacier Point Road opened April 14; the Bridalveil Creek Campground doesn’t open until much later.

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