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Day 2. Yosemite🌲🐿⛰
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Mariposa
Yosemite
Yosemite Valley Lodge🏕
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She never stops🚶🏻‍♀️🏃🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♂️
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오늘은 풍경보단 귀여운 와이프 사진으로😍
와이프 도인급 트래킹 실력에 제가 지쳤어요🙄😭
그래도 잘 돌아다니는거 보니 좋더라고요🥰
자연을 벗삼아 함께 요리죠리 가을트래킹한날😉
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    @bigg_jun

    Yosemite National Park

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    Day 2. Yosemite🌲🐿⛰
    -
    Mariposa
    Yosemite
    Yosemite Valley Lodge🏕
    -
    She never stops🚶🏻‍♀️🏃🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♂️
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    오늘은 풍경보단 귀여운 와이프 사진으로😍
    와이프 도인급 트래킹 실력에 제가 지쳤어요🙄😭
    그래도 잘 돌아다니는거 보니 좋더라고요🥰
    자연을 벗삼아 함께 요리죠리 가을트래킹한날😉

  •  339  46  8 hours ago
  • Ready for autumn road trips in the Pacific Northwest 🍂
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    @fernandbee

    Ready for autumn road trips in the Pacific Northwest 🍂

  •  40  1  12 hours ago
  • This yosemite Valley has been on my desktop for as long as I can remember to actually see it in person and see the sheer scale of this rock face was insane. To think a man climbed that slab of rock with no ropes is ridiculous.
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    @joelfriendy

    Yosemite National Park

    This yosemite Valley has been on my desktop for as long as I can remember to actually see it in person and see the sheer scale of this rock face was insane. To think a man climbed that slab of rock with no ropes is ridiculous.

  •  426  74  15 hours ago
  • We hiked over a mountain without a trail, hunted for the elusive crystal caves of Yosemite (and found them!), changed camp spots several times, I got mega frustrated skree sliding down a mountain to Lake Sterlla, found the perfect camp spot, took in a sweet ass sunset, built a fire (following LNT principles as much as possible), I got some shitty sleep, then woke up to get into some sunrise couple ports with these two. #yosemite is so much more than the valley!!
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    @courtneykess

    Yosemite National Park

    We hiked over a mountain without a trail, hunted for the elusive crystal caves of Yosemite (and found them!), changed camp spots several times, I got mega frustrated skree sliding down a mountain to Lake Sterlla, found the perfect camp spot, took in a sweet ass sunset, built a fire (following LNT principles as much as possible), I got some shitty sleep, then woke up to get into some sunrise couple ports with these two. #yosemite is so much more than the valley!!

  •  38  4  16 October, 2019

Top #yosemitepark Posts

  • “I grew up hiking in Yosemite but I only recently learned that fall is the best time of year to catch the reflections at Merced River. The rapids stop flowing at the end of the summer, creating the perfect conditions to appreciate the orange, red, and gold foliage mirrored in the calm waters.” —ATLIST Curator @destinationdame
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Which national parks are your favorite to explore in the fall?
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    @thisisatlist

    Yosemite National Park

    “I grew up hiking in Yosemite but I only recently learned that fall is the best time of year to catch the reflections at Merced River. The rapids stop flowing at the end of the summer, creating the perfect conditions to appreciate the orange, red, and gold foliage mirrored in the calm waters.” —ATLIST Curator @destinationdame
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    Which national parks are your favorite to explore in the fall?

  •  1,750  33  24 September, 2019
  • This is one of the most amazing places I've ever been to! An exceptionally beautiful valley surrounded by huge walls of rock. Have you ever been there?⛰️🌲
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    @kflathaug

    Yosemite National Park

    This is one of the most amazing places I've ever been to! An exceptionally beautiful valley surrounded by huge walls of rock. Have you ever been there?⛰️🌲

  •  5,607  116  8 September, 2019
  • In the spirit of planning our trips well in advance, we’ve got our eyes on Yosemite’s Firefall, a natural phenomenon that occurs in February.
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“Horsetail Falls is a delicate little waterfall but in February, the sun’s position during sunset casts a glow on the water that makes it look like it’s on fire. We arrived in the afternoon and waited until sunset so we could watch the falls glow brighter and brighter. It was so beautiful and unlike anything we had ever seen. Because there might be an unexpected cloudy day, make sure you allocate a few days to get the best view of the Firefall.” –ATLIST Curators @mishandkirk
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    @thisisatlist

    Yosemite National Park

    In the spirit of planning our trips well in advance, we’ve got our eyes on Yosemite’s Firefall, a natural phenomenon that occurs in February.
    🔥
    “Horsetail Falls is a delicate little waterfall but in February, the sun’s position during sunset casts a glow on the water that makes it look like it’s on fire. We arrived in the afternoon and waited until sunset so we could watch the falls glow brighter and brighter. It was so beautiful and unlike anything we had ever seen. Because there might be an unexpected cloudy day, make sure you allocate a few days to get the best view of the Firefall.” –ATLIST Curators @mishandkirk

  •  5,235  44  29 August, 2019