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Yosemite National Park Photo Tour

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Photo Tour of Yosemite National Park

Hotels & Camping


Accessibility
Visitors with disabilities can get an information packet and vehicle wheelchair-emblem placard (for special driving and parking privileges) at entrance stations and information stations.

Lodging
Lodging, eating facilities, and stores are available in the park. Reservations.

Camping
Campgrounds are throughout the park; some are open all year. Most require reservations. Camping is allowed in designated campgrounds only. Staying overnight on roadsides or in parking areas is prohibited. You must register for first-come, first-served campsites; follow instructions posted at campground entrances. There are camping fees and limits on length of stay. For more information, call 209-372-0200.

Campfires
Campfires are permitted only at designated campsites and at existing fire rings in the wilderness. Check local regulations when camping in Yosemite Valley. Burn only dry wood to minimize smoke pollution. Extinguish fires with water before leaving. Smoldering campfires that burn into the ground can travel great distances and burn back to the surface.

Firewood
Gathering firewood is prohibited in Yosemite Valley, in giant sequoia groves, and at elevations above 9,600 feet. It is allowed elsewhere. Gathering anything but dead and down-on-the-ground wood is prohibited.


Cautions
Serious injuries and fatalities occur with frightening frequency. Causes vary, but a common denominator is that victims underestimated the potential danger.

Bears are attracted to human food. In trying to get food and garbage, bears cause hundreds of thousands of dollars in property damage each year. Do not leave food or scented items in your car after dark. Use the food storage lockers when available. Improper food storage is a violation subject to fine.

Mountain lions live in Yosemite National Park. Lion attacks are rare but avoid hiking or running alone. Do not let children run ahead on the trail. If you encounter a lion, do not run or crouch down. Pick up children. Wave, shout, throw stones! If attacked, fight back.

Do not feed wildlife, including birds, coyotes, or squirrels. Your food threatens their survival. While animals may look tame, they can inflict serious injury. It is illegal to feed or approach park wildlife.

Rivers, streams, and waterfalls can be treacherous at all times, especially when water levels are high. Approach them cautiously and be alert for undercut banks and slippery rocks. Fast currents and cold water make a deadly combination. Do not swim or wade above waterfalls or in swift water.

Stay on trails when hiking. Rock climbing and cross-country hiking are for the experienced. Routes are often more difficult than they appear, even a short fall can cause serious injury or death. For safety, horses and mules have the right of way on trails; stand quietly at trailside until they pass.

Do not leave valuables unattended. Store them securely and lock your vehicle. If you camp, place all equipment inside your tent or vehicle when you leave your campsite. Report thefts promptly.

Bicycles are allowed only on paved public roads, in parking areas, and on designated paved bikeways. Pedestrians and wildlife share bikeways, so please ride slowly. Keep right of the center line except to pass. Bicycles are prohibited on trails.

Pets must be kept on a leash and are not allowed on trails, beaches, in public buildings, or the back country. Pets are only allowed in a few campgrounds. There is a boarding kennel at the Yosemite Valley stable in summer.

Fishing is permitted with a California license, which can be purchased in the park. State rules apply for season and catch. Local regulations apply in Yosemite Valley.

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Emerald Bay Helicopter Tour
emerald bay helicopter tour Emerald Bay is the second most photographed location in North America? On this tour, enjoy the wonder of Emerald Bay, Fallen Leaf Lake and the Vikingsholm from the best vantage point available! Your helicopter will be a 2004 Robinson R44 Raven II, one of the safest and quietest helicopters in the industry. It comes equipped with leather seats and Active Noise Reduction headsets so you can enjoy your flight in comfort without any unnecessary noise.
Emerald Bay Helicopter Tour
Parasailing on Lake Tahoe
parasailing lake tahoe Experience the exhilaration of floating high above the water, as you parasail in paradise - looking out over pristine Emerald Bay in Lake Tahoe! This may be the best way to find a little peace and quiet in a town that's this much fun! This tour is seasonal and operates from 1 June through to 30 October.
Parasailing on Lake Tahoe
Lake Tahoe Private Boat Charter
lake tahoe boat charter There are 2 boats available for hire from which you can choose:
22' 300-hp SeaRay with Water Sports Tower (allows attachment of tow rope for waterskiing, etc)
22' 300-hp SeaRay Deck Boat
23' 320-hp SeaRay Bow Rider
24' 320-hp SeaRay Deck Boat
Why not bring a picnic lunch and some champagne aboard and make a day of it on beautiful Emerald Bay!
This product is seasonal and operates from 1 June through to 30 October.
Lake Tahoe Private Boat Charter
South Shore Helicopter Tour
lake tahoe helicopter tour View scenic Lake Tahoe the way that it was meant to be seen...by helicopter! Take the South Shore Tour and see the beauty of Lake Tahoe from Zephyr Cove to the magnificent Emerald Bay. The South Shore Tour departs the South Lake Tahoe airport and heads north to the lake. Upon reaching the shoreline, you will head straight to Zephyr Cove. After reaching Zephyr Cove, you will turn south and follow the shoreline towards Stateline and Edgewood Golf Course. After passing the casinos, continue along the shoreline past Tahoe Keys and head towards Camp Richardson. After passing Camp Richardson, enjoy a trip around Emerald Bay. Your flight will finally bring you back to the airport at South Lake Tahoe.
South Shore Helicopter Tour
Sunset Dinner Dance Cruise
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Sunset Dinner Dance Cruise
Sunset Helicopter Flight
lake tahoe sunset helicopter flight The Sunset Tour takes you on a complete trip around the lake and will show you Lake Tahoe awash in magnificent colors as you view the setting sun from across the lake. Departing from the South Lake Tahoe airport, head north to the lake. Upon reaching the shoreline, you will head west towards Camp Richardson and the fabulous Emerald Bay. After taking a circuit around Emerald Bay, your flight will continue northward along the western shore of Lake Tahoe past Meeks Bay and Tahoe City, and you’ll see the ridgeline to the east of the lake glowing red in the pre-sunset light. You'll then take a turn to the east and fly past Kings Beach, Incline Village, and the favorite Lake Tahoe hangout of the Rat Pac. The Cal-Neva Resort. As your flight continues southbound along the eastern shore of Lake Tahoe, you will be afforded a spectacular view of the sunset while looking west across Lake Tahoe. You will see Cave Rock, Zephyr Cove, and the casinos of Stateline as they start to come alive for a night of entertainment. Your flight will finally bring you back to the airport at South Lake Tahoe.
Lake Tahoe Sunset Helicopter Flight
Historic Glenbrook Breakfast Cruise
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Historic Glenbrook Breakfast Cruise
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