The Rim Fire is only in northwest Yosemite, and is now almost completely under control. The roads are all open, the crowds are gone, and we can’t wait to help you make the most of Yosemite’s spectacular fall season.
As if you needed another reason to escape your laptop or take the family on a weekend getaway, the fall months in Yosemite feature the changing colors of the pines, and far less crowds! Here are 3 trips that give you the chance to escape into the serenity and tranquility of the Yosemite backcountry!
25% off ANY backpacking or day trip in September or October!!
Glacier Point to Half Dome
This adventure includes the following highlights of Yosemite National Park: Illilouette Creek and Falls, Panorama Trail and views, top of Nevada Falls, camping in Little Yosemite Valley and beside the Merced River, summit of Half Dome (8,836′), and returning to the Yosemite Valley beside both Vernal and Nevada Fall on the Mist Trail.
When: October 6th – October 9th and October 11th – October 14 (Last day of the season to hike Half Dome!)
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3 Summits / 3 Sunsets
One of our favorite trips, now happening one last time this season. Summit three peaks (Mt. Hoffman 10,850′, Clouds Rest 9,926′, and Half Dome 8,836′) while spending three nights in the Yosemite backcountry. Also enjoy high alpine lakes, magnificent views, waterfalls, and memories to last a lifetime.
When: Saturday September 28th – Wednesday October 2nd.
Vogelsang Lake and Pass
Many people agree that in addition to being the highest, the Vogelsang High Sierra Camp provides the most spectacular views. On this late season trip we will explore the Vogelsang area long after the High Sierra Camp has closed. We will camp alongside Vogelsang Lake (10,324′) and hike up to Vogelsang Pass for amazing views.
When: Friday October 11th – Monday October 14th (Columbus Day)