Entitled “Switzerland of the West,” it’s all about historic winter activities in Yosemite, and takes place on Sunday, Nov. 20 at the Mariposa Museum & History Center, at 2 p.m..
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Yosemite was once the most developed winter sports location in the United States, Sharon explains.
“It was even a contender to host the 1932 Winter Olympics,” says the author. “Imagine, a wingless airplane pulling skiers around the meadows, a 60,000 square foot skating rink and a 70 mile per hour toboggan run, just to name a few.”
Hear how and when it began, as well as how it ended, at this free presentation followed by a Q&A and book signing for those interested in Sharon’s hiking books.