There are quite a few ‘must do’ tours that are available in Yosemite National Park. Some of the most popular tours include the Yosemite Valley tour, Glacier Point tour, Tuolumne Meadows tour, Big Trees Tram tour, and the Grand tour.

Valley Floor Tour – Yosemite is a big place. Getting a lay of the land through this orientation tour establishes priorities for longer stays in the park while highlighting Yosemite’s best for a quick trip. Two hours well spent, the Valley Floor tours are without a doubt one of Yosemite’s best…READ MORE

Glacier Point Tour – Truly spectacular, the view from Yosemite National Park’s Glacier Point suggests a panorama of unbelievable proportion. Add a glowing sunset, or a brilliant night sky, and you have images that will forever deliver astonishing visions of beauty with...READ MORE

Tuolumne Meadows Tour – An all-day tour, Tuolumne Meadows Tour runs between July and early September as long as the weather permits it. Just when you think you’ve seen it all, Yosemite presents a lush surprise. A lovely, subalpine meadow, stacked with multiple domes in a variety of sizes, and adorned with…READ MORE

Big Trees Tram Tour – This tour takes place through the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias. An hour and fifteen minutes long, this tram tour runs from May to October. How big is big? Try nine meters in diameter. How old is old? Does 1,800 years seem right? Big and old is what Yosemite’s Big Trees Tram Tour is all about. With more than 500…READ MORE

Grand Tour –There’s a grand slam. Also a baby grand. And a grand finale. They’re all pretty impressive. So is the Yosemite Grand Tour. Stack the Valley Floor Tour, the Big Trees Tram Tour, and the Glacier Point Tour on top of one another, and that makes this incredible feast for the eyes, heart, and soul….READ MORE

Aside from these, interpretive programs are provided throughout the year and handled by the National Park Service (NPS). The Yosemite Conservancy provides custom adventures such as birding quests.

To check for scheduled programs, check NPS’s Yosemite Guide.

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