Yosemite National Park

Waterfalls, Granite Walls, and Giant Sequoias

Yosemite Valley was protected as a national parkland in 1864, eight years before Yellowstone became the first “official” national park. Yosemite is an all-season park, and it is dynamic! Springtime showcases the park’s celebrated waterfalls and sweet scent of the giant redwood forest. Summer lures hikers to flower-filled Tuolumne Meadows and to watch climbers make their way up “El Cap” in Yosemite Valley. Fall is a photographer’s dream with clear skies, reflections on glassy lakes, and changing leaves. And winter invites you to ski and snowshoe in not-too-cold temperatures with few other people around. 

How would you like to travel?

OBP offers many ways to travel: Custom Journeys, Small Group Adventures, Fly Fishing Expeditions & Ranch Vacations .

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