Yosemite National Park – A Landmark for Natural Beauty

Yosemite National Park - A Landmark for Natural Beauty
Yosemite National Park is located in Northern California, in the Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is famed for the giant, old, giant sequoias trees, and for Tunnel View, an iconic vista of Yosemite’s granite cliffs and enormous Bridalveil fall. In Yosemite Village there are restaurants, shops, hotels, the Yosemite Museum, and the famous Ansel Adams Gallery. In Yosemite Valley, you can drive to the top of the Sierra Nevada and look down on the valley floor. At the valley floor, you can view Yosemite Falls and a panoramic view of the west facing gullies and taluses.

The history of Yosemite National Park dates back to nineteen seventy-six, when President Theodore Roosevelt signed the bill creating Yosemite National Park. The bill created Yosemite National Park in two sections: the Northern branch which is located in Yosemite National Park and the Southern branch which are located at the south fork of the Tuolumne River. The main part of Yosemite National Park is occupied by the Yosemite Valley portion which was given to the United States incessantly twenty-five years. Yosemite National Park was created to protect the most beautiful natural vegetation in the world. Part of this protection is a system of trails and roads so that visitors can travel to all parts of Yosemite National Park.

Traveling in the region can be a wonderful experience as you can see the beauty of Yosemite in all seasons. Traveling by bus or train is very easy as there are many train stations and bus depots in Yosemite National Park. The buses and trains have different levels of comfort and in addition to the accommodation options provide good views of the famous Yosemite Valley. Buses and trains will take you to El Portal, Valley, Mariposa and Yosemite Falls, which are some of the popular attractions of Yosemite National Park. You may also want to explore the famous Redwood forests and other large lush trees that can be found in Yosemite National Park.

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