Yosemite National Park Travel Guide

Yosemite National Park Sports & Activities

Uncover sports & activities in Yosemite National Park with our insider's guide.


One enjoyable way to see Yosemite Valley is to ride a bike beneath its lofty granite monoliths. The eastern valley has 12 miles of paved, flat...


More than 250 bird species have been spotted in the park, including the sage sparrow, pygmy owl, blue grouse, and mountain bluebird. Park rangers...


Big Trees Golf Course (formerly Wawona Golf Course) is one of the country's few organic golf courses; it's also an Audubon Cooperative sanctuary...


Tours and Outfitters Wilderness Center. This facility provides free wilderness permits, which are required for overnight camping (advance...

Horseback Riding

Reservations for guided trail rides must be made in advance at the hotel tour desks or by phone. Scenic trail rides range from two hours to...


Rafting is permitted only on designated areas of the Middle and South Forks of the Merced River. Check with the Valley Visitor Center for closures...

Rock Climbing

The granite canyon walls of Yosemite Valley are world-renowned for rock climbing. El Capitan, with its 3,593-foot vertical face, is the most...

Winter Sports

The beauty of Yosemite under a blanket of snow has long inspired poets and artists, as well as ordinary folks. Skiing and snowshoeing activities...


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