Yosemite National Park
These items will keep you safe and having fun in the Valley
Say goodbye to 'The Majestic Yosemite Hotel' and welcome back 'The Ahwahnee'
Sender Films shares some of the strategies it used to push the limits of what’s possible in big-wall filmmaking
A man fell from Yosemite's Nevada Fall on Christmas Day
A longtime local's perspective on the mayhem
All three of the state's major blazes are making rare pyrocumulus clouds right now
The Nose Speed Ascent follows climbers Mayan Smith-Gobat and Libby Sauter as they set the women’s speed record on El Cap.
Last week, Tommy Caldwell and Alex Honnold set the speed record on the Nose. But even they're not sure it was a great idea.
The quest for sub-two continues
Days after Alex Honnold and Tommy Caldwell broke the speed record on the Nose, two experienced climbers died on El Cap. Has speed climbing gotten too deadly?
Last week, the legendary speed climber broke bones in both legs when he fell and hit a ledge after a piece of protection popped 2,200 feet up the rock face
The Park Service says they’re doing their best but no one wins when America’s most iconic valley becomes an endless, exhaust-choked loop of creeping traffic. Can anything be done to prevent bumper-to-bumper traffic from becoming the new normal in Yosemite Valley?
Aaron Smith has been a member of the storied Yosemite Search and Rescue team for over 15 years. He’s also on the park’s elite helicopter rescue squad. Here’s a list of the gear he relies on most during his missions.
In 1973 the faces of Yosemite were strikingly, male. For Lynn Hill, Sibylle Hechtel, and Bev Johnson this just became unacceptable.
Climate change is affecting America’s recreation meccas—from Yosemite to Yellowstone—in profound ways. As the planet heats up and weather patterns shift, so will the ways we interact with the outdoors.
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The rock climbing veteran talks his career on El Capitan and the psychology of climbing with Alex Honnold
The name may have changed, but all the stuff that made it legendary is still here
As the Yosemite trademark case drags on, California legislators look to take a stand
Can a private company trademark public property? That's the question the feds are scrambling to answer after a longtime concessionaire in Yosemite claimed rights to the names of some of the park's most iconic locations.
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