The Yosemite National Park is located in California, USA, is one of the most beautiful national parks, cool, something that can make you forget everything, beautiful and fascinating panorama that can spoil the eye. Everything is complete at this point. One point should we store all our life bucket list, because someday the opportunity will definitely come for us to go there.
One attraction of the tours offered by Yosemite National Park, California, is Horsetail Firefall. Although, it looks like burning lava, in fact it’s just plain waterfalls. 480-meter high waterfall flowing through El Capitan granite cliffs, offers one of the most stunning scenery in Yosemite. Horsetail Firefall is a seasonal waterfall that flows in winter and spring. The stream comes from snow melt. Although named firefall, the waterfall only showing the light in the mid to late February. When the sun almost set, the light will touch the flow of the waterfall and give the illusion of a beautiful golden color. Tourists from all over the United States came here to capture the scenery that only lasts for a few minutes.
Moreover, in Yosemite National Park, there is also the highest waterfall in the USA called “Yosemite Great Falls”. With stunning sculpture glacier geology, wildlife is abundant here and make this place as a world-class recreational park. The national park is located 200 km east of San Francisco and is one of the crown jewels of the national park system of America.
Yosemite Valley was carved out by huge glaciers around three million years ago, when ice covered all parts of the highest peaks in the Sierra, Nevada. Yosemite Valley is now known as “fantastic hiking”, rafting, fishing and wildlife watching, not to mention a center for the sport of rock climbing. Yosemite National Park is a tourist destination throughout the year, especially if it is more crowded in the summer. At the time of the winter, Yosemite National Park turns into a snowy paradise garden.
Many of the streets in this national park are closed or inaccessible from mid-November until late spring. But the valley of Yosemite remains open throughout the year for snow sports such as Snowshoeing, cross-country and backcountry skiing.