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Log Cabins in Yosemite
In this national park you will see giant sequoias, the highest waterfall in North America, black bears and you will experience the deep American outdoor culture first hand. In this place, renting a lodge is a must! Don’t wait any longer, visit this amazing breath-taking National Park!Never leave the park and live the full experience!
We at Holidu offer you an amazing Yosemite vacation with cozy cabins, beautiful gardens, hot tubs and terraces overlooking the nature, and also a variety of amenities including internet, tv, washing machine, heating, and much more! Many of the log cabins and lodges are child-friendly so feel free to bring them along. Most places are spacious so you can bring a large group of friends or your family on your vacation to Yosemite!
Travelers and activities
Warm weather and melting snow signal the arrival of rafting season in Yosemite and Mariposa County, and the Merced River will drag your boat along whether you are a novice paddler or a seasoned speedboat navigator. Rent the gear with your fellow travelers for a self-contained tour, or book a package with one of several gear providers for a hassle-free adventure. Enjoy the fast waters of Merced along with the landscape of colorful wild flowers and dark green pines; it is an exciting Californian tour that you will not forget!Yosemite for winter admirers
Yosemite transforms into a completely different world in winter. Snowfall reveals a previously hidden side of the varied terrain, and the fewest crowds mean you can take your time exploring. The park offers the opportunity to live a true sports experience in winter with the wide variety of activities of the season. Try snowshoeing, tubing or snowboarding, or enjoy the great skiing opportunities, from off-piste to cross-country. Equipment rentals and ski lessons are available in the area. Even young children can participate, enroll them in beginner ski lessons and make the trip a family experience they will never forget.
This park was the first to be established by the federal government of the United States and since 1984 it is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, its territory extends around 3000 km²
Top 7 travel tips in Yosemite
From here you can see some of the best sunrises and sunsets on the planet and therefore the West Coast of the USA. There are 2 possible views, one from the main viewpoint, from where you can see a 180-degree view of the Yosemite Valley with the Yosemite Falls and Half Dome as the main protagonists. The other view is at the Glacier Point Amphitheater. From here you also have views of the imposing granite block Half Dome and of the Nevada Falls and Vernal Falls. All of this makes a view of Glacier Point a must. To access this watchtower located 2,200 meters south of the Valley, you have to travel about 55 kilometers from Yosemite Valley, or what is the same, between 45 minutes and 1 hour by car depending on traffic. For the more daring it can be done through the Four Mile Trail. It can be done through the Glacier Point Tour, a bus that leaves from Yosemite Valley and that allows you to make a one-way trip and then make a trek down the valley: Panorama Trail that we will see in the next point.2. Panorama trail, one of the most famous routes in the park.
It is a fairly long one-way route of approximately 14 kilometers in which you visit several of the most famous waterfalls in the park: Illilouette Falls, Nevada Falls and Vernal Falls. In addition, giving rise to its name of Panorama trail, there are wonderful views of both Yosemite Valley and Half Dome in much of the route making with all this a very complete route and well-travelled in part of the route. The route can be done both up and down. As the drop is almost 1000 meters, it is advisable to go downhill for most mortals, that is, from Glacier Point to Yosemite Valley. It can be done by hiring the Glacier Point bus. Although it is a fairly long route, it is recommended for most people. It can be done with children, so they are also welcome.3. The nearby must-see Lower Yosemite Fall Trail
There are several easy-to-visit points of interest in Yosemite Valley. One of the essentials is the route to see the Lower Yosemite Fall waterfall up close. It is a very simple circular route suitable for all audiences. It consists of 1.5 km and has hardly any unevenness. In the middle of the route you arrive at the base of the waterfall. To get to the Trailhead or start of the route, you can use the park's free bus system called Shuttles. There is a multitude of stops throughout the Valley and they pass every few minutes.4. Yosemite Valley: Sentinel/Cook's Meadow Loop is another of the simple, flat routes with wonderful views
This is another 1.5 kilometer loop trail with no elevation gain and begins at the Yosemite Valley Visitor center in the heart of the Valley. During the route through the beautiful prairie, there are impressive views of the highest waterfall in North America: Yosemite Falls with a drop of 739 meters. The iconic Half Dome granite block is also displayed, which if you are lucky enough to visit the area with the meadows flooded by the Merced River, you can see the lagoons that are formed in there.5. Tunnel View is one of the most iconic viewpoints in Yosemite
It is usually quite crowded for this reason. From this vantage point, you have views of Yosemite Valley with El Capitan on the left, Bridalveil Falls on the right and the mighty Half Dome in the background. It is located on State Route 41 (or Wawona Road), the access road to the National Park from the south, just off a tunnel. There are 2 not very large car parks, one on each side of the road and a lane enabled as a somewhat more extensive car park.6. A town located in the heart of the Valley
Each area of Yosemite has its own charm, with the town of Yosemite Valley Village not being an exception. Here you will find most of the Park's services: campsites, shops, restaurants, and the possibility of activities such as rafting and, of course, the Park's Interpretation Center. The buildings are perfectly integrated into nature and all this makes it very pleasant to take a walk through Yosemite Valley Village. Yes, it is true that depending on the time of day, there will be quite crowded areas, but it is still a joy to visit the town.7. Road to Tuolumne Meadows
California State Route 120 (SR 120 - California State Route 120) is the access road (or exit) from Yosemite National Park to the West. It is a high mountain road where you reach 3031 m of the famous Tioga Pass. It's a scenic road that passes several points of interest, including the beautiful grasslands of Tuolumne Meadows. One place of interest to mention is Olmsted Point. It is a viewpoint that is located on the same side of the road (there is a small parking lot) about 1 hour from Yosemite Valley. From here you have a different angle view of the Half Dome. The most impressive thing about this place is the granitic landscape sculpted over millions of years by glaciers. If you walk around a bit you will see large granite blocks, some of them almost in balance that it seems that you will be able to move and throw them.
FAQs: Cabins in Yosemite National Park
Which types of services are available at the cabins in Yosemite National Park?
In regards to the facilities offered by Holidu, it seems that the cabins in Yosemite National Park contain everything that travelers want! Here, the cabins generally offer a variety of amenities, the most popular being: internet (84%), fireplace (78%), and barbecue (54%)...Amazing!
How are cabins usually rated in Yosemite National Park?
On average, the cabins here get quite positive reviews. Last year's data reveals that 35% of cabins have a rating of 4.5 stars. This is a relatively high percentage which allows us to confirm that you will without a doubt find the ideal cabin for a wonderful vacation!
Are the cabins in Yosemite National Park suitable for vacations with children?
Holidu's data reveals that 16% of cabins in Yosemite National Park are suitable for families with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the perfect cabin for you and your family.
Are the cabins in Yosemite National Park pet-friendly?
Yes! In Yosemite National Park, 32% of the cabins welcome them with open arms, 8% even have a garden!
Do the cabins in Yosemite National Park mostly have an internet connection?
Certainly! According to Holidu's data, 84% of cabins in Yosemite National Park include internet connection. It is therefore no problem, you will be able to access your emails and favorite social media sites at any time!
How much does it cost on average for cabins in Yosemite National Park?
A lot of the cabins in Yosemite National Park are, in general, rather expensive. According to the last year, 24% cost on average more than $500 a night.
Do the cabins in Yosemite National Park often have a fireplace or a pool?
Good news! According to Holidu's data, 78% of the cabins in Yosemite National Park are equipped with a fireplace. This is the perfect destination to enjoy a cozy winter break in front of the fire!
Are the cabins in Yosemite National Park suitable for trips with a large group or rather for an escape as a couple?
In Yosemite National Park, based on last year, 49% of cabins welcome up to eight people. But 100% of cabins also accept up to four people, 84% of the cabins include at least two separate bedrooms. This is therefore the ideal destination for big and small families alike!
At the cabins in Yosemite National Park are you able to have a beautiful view and spend time outside?
43% of cabins have a balcony or terrace, and 14% have a view, but since this does not represent the majority so availability can be selective. If this is a priority for you, you should anticipate a bit more time for research, and use the filters that suit you the best to be sure to find what you are looking for. However, if you like to have lunch or dinner outside, and especially if you like barbecues,54% of the cabins are equipped with them.