Yosemite Light Show!

Yosemite Winter Adventures, Horestail Falls

As if you need an excuse to visit Yosemite ... but we've got three really good ones! Yosemite's currently got some stellar seasonal rates at rustic resorts, grand hotels, and everything in between. Here are some of the best things to do in the coming weeks.

Yosemite Light Show! The best light show in California doesn't happen over 4th of July. The next couple of weeks in Yosemite are prime time for capturing El Capitan and its famous waterfall in rare light, when a confluence of perfect conditions amid a setting sun turns Horsetail Falls into a fiery spectacle.

Yoga in Yosemite: An all-day yoga class in one of the world's most famous national parks, for just $40? Sun salutation! Register now to join Balanced Rock for yoga in Yosemite Valley (March 29). Whether you're new to yoga or a seasoned practitioner, this is a fun, inspirational experience amid Yosemite's grandeur, where the strength of the granite and the fluidity of the Merced River enhance your Om.

Yosemite Comes to LA: Discover more Yosemite and have a chance to win 1 of 6 give-away trips to this iconic national park at the Los Angeles Travel & Adventure Show this weekend (February 21 and 22). The Yosemite Pavilion will include indoor rock climbing and a cooking demo by Percy Whatley, executive chef at the Ahwahnee Hotel in Yosemite.

Book your stay in Yosemite and Mariposa County! Got a story to tell? Share your personal Yosemite discoveries with others and it might be selected as a featured story!

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