The Yosemite trip is an outstanding opportunity for students who want to access world-famous natural wonders without committing to a full outdoors experience.
The view from the top of Half Dome
The following description is meant as a guide to help you decide which trip most suits your desires and abilities. These descriptions are not intended as comprehensive itineraries and are subject to change.
Your eyes will be sorer than your legs as you stroll through this famous park and survey the marvelous wonders that surround you. From your base in Yosemite Valley, you can venture out onto a network of trails that will satisfy both ambitious hikers and those you enjoy a more leisurely pace. You may also bike along the valley trails, float down the Merced River to cool off and enjoy hikes to the base of waterfalls.
In the evening, you will retire to your Curry Village tent cabin, a unique hybrid of tent camping and a rustic cabin experience. All tent cabins have electric lighting and beds with linens. Flush toilets, hot showers and basic goods are available at Curry Village stores and restaurants. You will prepare hot meals at the nearby Housekeeping Camp, on the banks of the Merced River. This trip is an outstanding opportunity for students who want to access world-famous natural wonders without committing to a full outdoors experience.