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Hiking Through History on the Yosemite Valley Loop

We hiked on a trail full of history that included an old wagon road and the old Civilian Conservation Corps camp known as CCC Co. 920, YNP 6. Camp Cascades started in 1933 and the men who worked there created many elements within Yosemite National Park that we pass by each time we visit. We also saw some fall color ...

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Tenaya Lodge Invites Locals to Enjoy Holiday Activities

FISH CAMP – The fresh perspective of a new general manager and marketing manager — and a host of new amenities — are behind the Tenaya Lodge’s new campaign to encourage local residents to enjoy the holidays at the popular mountain resort. From ice skating or mountain biking to spa days and holiday-themed events, Tenaya is opening its doors — ...

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Dan Lyle Named New GM at Tenaya Lodge

Dan Lyle

FISH CAMP — Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite has named Dan Lyle as general manager of the 352-room resort located at Yosemite National Park’s south gate. “The opportunity to join the Tenaya team and return to the Yosemite region is a special honor,” said Lyle. “I began my career in 1987 at the Yosemite Park and Curry Company, so my career ...

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YNP Hosting Public Meeting on Curry Former Waste Disposal Site

Yosemite National Park

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — Park officials are hosting a public meeting on the remediation of the Curry Former Waste Disposal Site. All members of the public interested in learning about this project are welcome to join park staff at the Yosemite Valley Auditorium on Wednesday, Nov. 20 from 1 pm to 2 pm. From 1 to 1:30 pm, employees with ...

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‘Big Tree Hunters’ Presentation Coming to Oakhurst

OAKHURST — The upcoming Yosemite Area Audubon Society (YAAS) meeting will feature a presentation on so-called “big tree hunting.” On Thursday, Nov. 14, YAAS is offering a talk by Carl Casey on “big tree hunting” — an exciting and adventure-filled hobby open to all. The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the United Methodist Church in Oakhurst. Casey ...

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Yosemite to Waive Entrance Fees for Veterans Day

Yosemite National Park

YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK — In honor of Veterans Day, Yosemite National Park will offer free admission to the public on Monday, Nov. 11. The fee-free day is offered to all park visitors in honor of current members, retired members and reserve members of the United States Armed Forces and their families. The National Park Service has honored Veterans Day as ...

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Yosemite Renaissance Art Show 2020 – Call for Artists

Yosemite Renaissance 35 Call to Artists - Waterfall Background

35th annual Yosemite Renaissance Show If you’re an artist with work inspired by nature, national or state parks, Yosemite, or the Sierra, this is a great opportunity to share it. The 35th Annual Yosemite Renaissance exhibit is open to all original works including but not limited to oil and acrylic painting, watercolor, pastel, mixed media, printmaking, photography, digital art, drawing, ...

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North Fork Boy Scout Troop 357 Has a Very Busy Fall

The Troops at Mono Lake

NORTH FORK — Since returning from Scout summer camp in mid-July, the Scouts of North Fork Boy Scout Troop 357 have had a busy fall. In August, the troop went on a backpacking camping trip to Chain Lakes in the Yosemite wilderness. In September, the troop participated in the Sequoia Council 75th anniversary council camporall. 780 Scouts, Cub Scouts, parents, ...

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Yoga in Yosemite: Options Increasing for Local Enthusiasts

By Sarah Jackson Special to Sierra News Online OAKHURST – Mountain community residents hoping to find easy-to-access options for yoga are sure to be pleased by some recent local developments. Yoga classes have long been available to mountain residents with gym memberships at Mountain Muscle and Form Fitness, and an occasional ‘pop-up’ class has been available at various locations in ...

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