Yosemite snags more Historic Site designations

The National Register of Historic Places now honors these Yosemite sites: Yosemite’s High Sierra Camps: Glen Aulin, May Lake, Merced Lake, Sunrise, Tuolumne Meadows, and Vogelsang High Sierra Camps, the Buck Camp Patrol Cabin, Frog Creek Cabin, Lake Vernon Snow Survey Shelter, Sasche Springs Snow Survey Shelter, Merced Lake Ranger Station and Snow Survey Cabin, Ostrander Lake Ski Hut, and the Snow Flat Ranger Station & Snow Survey Cabin.

These properties have been on the magic list for some time: The Ahwahnee Hotel, Le Conte Memorial Lodge, Parsons Memorial Lodge, the Rangers’ Club and the Wawona Hotel & Thomas Hill Studio District.

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Unrelated thought worth quoting: We made too many wrong mistakes” – Yogi Berra on why NY lost the 1960 series to Pittsburgh

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3 Responses to Yosemite snags more Historic Site designations

  1. Mr HD says:

    The cables ARE on the list. Let me dig it out…

  2. Dean says:

    Shouldn’t the Half Dome cables make it on this list or is it just buildings?

  3. Maureen L says:

    What does this mean, other than it’s more difficult/costly to upgrade them?

    White Wolf Lodge is already scheduled for closure next year to rework it to make it last!

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