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|National Geographic Yosemite National Park Road Guide: Road Maps with Side-by-Side Commentary; Orientation Maps and Keys; Camping, Wildlife, Geology, Side Trips (National Geographic Road Guides)
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Author: Jeremy Schmidt
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In 2004, Yosemite National Park attracted 3.3 million visitors, and this new addition to our series of guides designed especially for motorists will help them get the most out of their time in this stunning corner of America. National Geographic has been covering the parks and creating definitive maps for more than a century, a proud tradition that here yields a distinctive, uniquely user-friendly approach to touring Yosemite by car or shuttle bus.
Organized with the driver's convenience in mind, these detailed, large-scale topographic maps trace major roads one by one from beginning to end over several pages. Descriptive text runs alongside the corresponding map segment, eliminating the need to flip back and forth to learn where you are and what you're looking at. Once you've located your starting point, you can follow the road with confidence, with each point of interest detailed in a steady progression, letting you focus on the information about the geological, environmental, and human history around you.
Highlights include spots to watch for wildlife such as black bear and bighorn sheep; dramatic views and geologic formations; sites of historical importance; and places to look for distinctive wildflowers and other plants. In addition, each map displays visitors centers, ranger stations, hiking trails, aid stations, and more, as well as locations for camping, boating, and fishing.
Simple in concept but extremely effective in use, this is an inexpensive, innovative, and information-packed answer to accessing Yosemite's splendor.
|National Park Journal: Yosemite
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Get the National Park Journal: Yosemite edition - the magazine that's all about Yosemite National Park and the journeys to the park. Filled with tips on where to stay, things to do, and where to stop on the way. Our Yosemite magazine helps 875,000 readers plan their vacation. The 2018 annual Yosemite magazine has 92 pages filled with insider tips and hidden gems. Learn about California's most popular national park, including which entrance is closest to the attractions you want to see, a park map, a fun guide to where to camp and where to hike and a wildlife guide. To make the most of your time in the park, follow our "48 Hours of Yosemite" photo itinerary. Then get inspired by our centerfold photo of the sunset from high up in Tunnel View. Every journey to this remote national park starts with you and your family departing from an airport or home town, so we show you our favorite four road trips to the park. Whether you start in Los Angeles, San Francisco, Sacramento or Las Vegas, you'll find roadside attractions that you won't want to pass up.
|Rock Climbing Tuolumne Meadows (Regional Rock Climbing Series)
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Author: Don Reid
Brand: Globe Pequot Press
Tuolumne Meadows is famous for its clean rock, clear skies, and fabulous face and crack climbing on spectacular Sierra Nevada granite domes. In this thoroughly revised fourth edition of Rock Climbing Tuolumne Meadows, Don Reid and Chris Falkenstein share their extensive knowledge of this popular, high-country climbing area. Part of Yosemite National Park, Tuolumne Meadows, at an elevation of 8,500 feet, is often uncrowded and cool in the summer, providing an invigorating option to climbing areas at lower elevations. This is the only guidebook climbers will need to a pristine climbing experience on some of the finest rock in the world.
|Geology Underfoot in Yosemite National Park
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Author: Allen F. Glazner
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Few places in the nation rival Yosemite National Park for vertigo-inducing cliffs, plunging waterfalls, and stunning panoramic views of granite peaks. Many of the features that visitors find most tantalizing about Yosemite have unique and compelling geologic stories―tales that continue to unfold today in vivid, often destructive ways. While visiting more than twenty-seven amazing sites, you’ll discover why many of Yosemite’s domes shed rock shells like onion layers, what happens when a volcano erupts under a glacial lake, and why rocks seem to be almost continually tumbling from the region’s cliffs. With a multitude of colorful photos and illustrations, and prose tooled for the lay reader, Geology Underfoot in Yosemite National Park will help you read the landscape the way a geologist does.
The Geology Underfoot series encourages you to get out of your car for an up-close look at rocks and landforms. These books inform and enlighten, no matter how much―or how little―geology you already know. What’s more, they’re simply good reading, on-site or at home.
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|Alpine Sierra Trailblazer: Where to Hike, Ski, Bike, Fish, Drive from Tahoe to Markleeville and Yosemite
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Author: Jerry Sprout
This 25th Anniversary (seventh) edition of Alpine Sierra Trailblazer includes the new Hope Valley Rim Trail, a 33-mile route that takes in all the streams, rivers and passes around the Sierra's most pristine meadowlands. A historic tour of Markleeville joins five other new trailheads, dozens of fresh photographs, and a new color insert in this completely revised and updated 2016 edition.
Trailblazer also directs adventurers to the Yosemite High Country, all around Lake Tahoe, Grover Hot Springs, Carson Pass, Monitor Pass, Carson River, Wolf Creek, Ebbetts Pass, Bear Valley, Kirkwood, Mokelumne River plus, Desolation Wilderness, Sonora Pass, Bodie, Mono Lake, Tioga Pass.
93 different trailheads for more than 320 hiking and backpacking destinations for all levels
200 photographs, plus a 4-page color insert
51 cross country ski and snowshoeing spots
59 trips for mountain bikers, leisurely pedals and backcountry rides
72 spots for fishing in lakes, rivers and creeks
Directions to wildflowers, fall color and swimming spots
7 maps, including a master map
6 driving tours: Emigrant Trail, Bodie, Silver Mountain City, Virginia City, Pony Express route, cultural and natural history
ATrailblazer Kids section for family outings
Resource links for local campgrounds, resorts, restaurants, permits, accommodations, nonprofit groups, conservation organizations and events
|Anywhere That Is Wild: John Muir's First Walk to Yosemite
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John Muir wrote many wonderful books about his travels, but one story—about his long walk from San Francisco to Yosemite—is one book he did not author himself. In April 1868, a very young John Muir stepped off a boat in San Francisco and inquired about the quickest way out of town. “But where do you want to go?” was the response, to which Muir replied, “Anywhere that is wild.” Using Muir’s personal correspondence and published articles, Peter and Donna Thomas have reconstructed the real story of Muir’s literal ramblings over California hills and through dales, with lofty Sierra Nevada peaks, Englishmen, and bears mixed in for good measure. The trip is illustrated by charming cut-paper illustrations that take their inspiration from Muir's love of nature. John Muir’s story-telling is so compelling that even 150 years later, seeing the world through his eyes makes us want to head out into the wild.
|Day Hikes In Yosemite National Park
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Author: Robert Stone
Brand: Globe Pequot Press
Yosemite is one of the world's most loved national parks. The park lies in central California on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada Range. It is best known for Yosemite Valley, with its huge granite monoliths and long waterfalls; the rolling, boulder-strewn meadows along the Tuolumne River; and the rugged, snow-capped peaks of the Sierras. More than 90% of Yosemite is roadless wilderness and home to more than 750 miles of trails.
This collection of 80 day hikes in and around Yosemite provides access to all of the well-known park features as well as many lesser-known trails and destinations. Highlights include incredible waterfalls, granite monoliths, expansive alpine meadows, giant sequoia groves, and unforgettable views from unique perspectives that are only accessible from the hiking trails. Outstanding scenery surrounds every trail regardless of its difficulty.
Companion guides include Day Hikes In Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Day Hikes Around Sonoma County, and Day Hikes Around Napa Valley.
- DAY HIKES YOSEMITE 3RD ED.
|Yosemite Wildlife: A Folding Pocket Guide to Familiar Species (A Pocket Naturalist Guide)
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Author: James Kavanagh
One of the most famous scenic places on earth, the Yosemite Region is highlighted by Yosemite National Park's famous granite cliffs and waterfalls and the world's largest trees in Sequoia National Park. This beautifully illustrated guide highlights over 140 familiar and unique species of mammals, birds, reptiles amphibians and butterflies. It also features a map that points out the area's prime wildlife viewing hotspots. Laminated for durability, this portable guide is a great source of quick and accurate information for nature lovers of all ages. Made in the USA.
|Yosemite National Park Adventure Set: Map & Naturalist Guide
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Author: Waterford Press
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The Yosemite National Park Adventure Set consists of a Pocket Naturalist Guide and National Geographic Map, ideal, lightweight references to take hiking or driving while exploring this spectacular region. Waterford's folding pocket-sized Yosemite Wildlife guide is a beautifully illustrated reference to over 140 familiar and unique species of animals and includes a map featuring prominent wildlife-viewing areas. National Geographic's Yosemite National Park Trails Illustrated Map is a waterproof, tear-resistant map that features detailed topographic information of the region, useful traveling tips, plus up-to-date information on trails, roads, and points of interest.
- Yosemite Np Adventure Set
|Sierra Nevada: Includes: Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon Nat'l Parks, Mount Whitney, Lake Tahoe, Gold Country, San Joaquin Valley,
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Folded topographic map in color. Scale 1:500,000. On this map you will find Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, Mount Whitney, Lake Tahoe, Gold Country, San Joaquin Valley, Owens Valley, Mammoth Lakes, Donner Pass, John
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