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  • Personal Narrative-Yosemite Falls

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    Yosemite Falls After an eight hour drive we finally made it to Yosemite National Park. We were minutes away from starting our camping adventure and none of us could hold in our excitement. As we pulled into the parking lot we instantly noticed that the whole place was completely abandoned. We were puzzled as to why the park was closed. Annabelle was the first one to break the silence. She turned to Wyatt and said, “there is no way in hell that I’m leaving this place without going camping.” The furious

  • Descriptive Essay On El Capitan

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    El Capitan When you enter the valley, the first thing you probably notice after all of the people is the great granite giant rising up from the meadow and riverbank of the Merced River. This monster is known as El Capitan, my first introduction to this “rock” was when The Guide told me a story about Ozzy and Sharon Osborne’s kid, Jack. Apparently, his idea of going through a rebellious period, and seriously, as the kid of the front man of Black Sabbath, how do you even define rebellion, was to train

  • Yosemite: A Personal Experience Of A Field Trip

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    supplies off a list till every item was packed. It was time to journey into Yosemite National Park. Our stocky, off-white bus rattled down a beaten highway for seconds, minutes, hours, the chattering of young adults filling the space in between each moment. It felt like a mere blink of the eye and seven hours at the same time, and then we had arrived. I distinctly remember the heavy raindrops upon first reaching Yosemite, the darkened trees arching above us flowing with the winds and storm, the sky

  • National Park, California And Nevada Mountains Of California

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    1000 years? Both of these facts are true in Yosemite National Park. Yosemite National Park is Located in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains of California. It is accessible by driving, but GPS units are not always accurate for getting to Yosemite or when you’re in the park. Nearby commercial airports are the Modesto City Airport, Fresno-Yosemite Airport, and Merced Airport. Bus service is available in the park to get to most areas including Yosemite Valley. It comes from most areas of California

  • Yosemite National Park Essay

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    mesmerizing place. Yosemite National park is the most captivating places I’ve ever been. It is in California’s Sierra Nevada Mountain Range. Yosemite was established on October 1,1890 because of the so many things that make it as outstanding as it is. Yosemite is 747,956 acres of waterfalls, trees, cliffs, mountains and more. My family and I have only been here for an hour, and I am so excited to begin all of the remarkable activities we have planned.
 We are only at Yosemite for three days, so we

  • The Progressive Er An Era Of Conservationists

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    The Progressive Era was a period of social activism and political reform that grew from the 1890s to the 1920s. Social reformers and journalists, like Jane Addams, Jacob Riis, and Ida Tarbell were some of the powerful voices for progressivism. “They concentrated on exposing the evils of corporate greed, combating fear of immigrants, and urging Americans to think hard about what democracy meant.” Many progressive reformers wanted to end corruption in the government, regulate business practices, address

  • The Best Hiking Routes Of California On The United States ' Pacific Coast

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    north of Pasadena to the Eaton Canyon Trail. This 3.5 mile (5.6 km) moderate-intensity trail is fairly close to civilization, making it a more popular trail. Hikers can enjoy beautiful views of the city Altadena below, as well as hike to Eaton Canyon Falls. Be prepared to cross small streams and maneuver around boulders! There is also a Nature Center near the trailhead for everyone to enjoy. The most crowded times are on the weekends, when it might be difficult to find parking. Try and hike on a weekday

  • Preservation Of Yosemite Valley : The Rise Of The Sierra Nevada

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    Central Valley is Yosemite Valley where the rise of the Sierra Nevada occurred. The preservation of Yosemite Valley is one of the reasons why this astounding scenic view still exists today. The formation of Yosemite Valley took place many years ago and not a lot has changed since this formation in recent years. Many people saw how beautiful Yosemite Valley was and its amazing view is what encouraged people to protect this picturesque place. If people had not preserved and protected Yosemite Valley maybe

  • Beauty Of Climbing In Yosemite National Park

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    you can do it. This was said by the first person to team and climb the west face and Salathe wall of El Capitan. This shows any climber can do anything, you just have to work. No matter how much or how little skill a rock climber has, climbing in Yosemite National Park can give some amazing views, stories, a feel of the history. But to have these experiences the climber must know climbing types. In climbing there are 3 main types of climbing including sport,

  • Persuasive Essay About Yosemite

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    in Yosemite for years with my family. Every time we invited a family to camp with us, they all responded while sitting around the camp fire, with the same statement. "There are no bears in Yosemite"! Some how in their own minds they seemed to think their statement would keep them away. Or they wanted reassurance from us there weren't any. We have had several encounters with them in our camp, but the Rangers have mostly contained them. Trouble is, what Yosemite are you talking about? Yosemite Valley

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