Yosemite Fall

Yosemite Fall

 

a cascade of waterfalls on Yosemite Creek, in Yosemite National Park in the state of California, USA. The total drop of the cascades is 727 m; the longest single drop (430 m) is that of the Upper Yosemite. The cascade is most full in spring and early summer, when the mountain snows are melting.

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The exquisite "Bridal Vail" [sic] will have a bowling alley at the foot of it; the solemn "El Capitan" will look down upon faro tables; the "Cathedral Rock" will be pasted up with advertisements of "Angelica bitters;" and the glorious Yosemite fall will run the wheels of a woolen factory.
Fine specimens may be found any night at the foot of the Upper Yosemite Fall, glowing gloriously amid the gloomy shadows and thundering waters, whenever there is plenty of moonlight and spray.
The Valley Loop Trail, a 13-mile footpath with views of Upper Yosemite Fall and Bridalveil Fall, rings the western part of Yosemite Valley--and almost no one hikes it.
Upper Yosemite Fall alone is a whopping 1,430 feet of plunging water.
Instead of driving around the valley take the free shuttle bus that operates year-round to popular spots like the Valley Visitor Center and the base of Lower Yosemite Fall.
With a strength belying her small, slight frame, she hoists a heavy tripod and camera bag and leads us up the short trail from the valley floor to the base of Lower Yosemite Fall.
capstone projects such as the Yosemite Falls approach and Stern Grove in San Francisco, and significant postmodernist projects including the Los Angeles Open Space Network.
It was a superb experience - even for a nervous flier like me - during which we had the privilege of seeing the very top of Yosemite's iconic landmarks, including its tallest waterfall, Yosemite Falls.
The First Lady posted a picture on Instagram of the family in front of Yosemite Falls all wearing casual clothes.
The building of a paved road system and the 1933 opening of the Wawona Tunnel created easy access to Yosemite Valley and the park's most iconic features--Half Dome, El Capitan, Yosemite Falls, Glacier Point, Bridalveil Fall.
Arguably the world's most famous waterfall, the US's Niagra Falls, does have a Twitter account - but neither Angel Falls in Venezuela nor Yosemite Falls in California, two of the world's best known waterfalls, are present on the website.