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Summer trip to Yosemite, what not to miss?

Spending a week in Yosemite in July, what’s not to miss? Me and my hiker pal both in our 50s and don’t mind putting in the miles. 

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North Dome has incredible views of Half Dome and Clouds Rest, without the crowds of many other Yosemite trails.

It's accessible from Tioga Road, so pairs well before/after a visit to Tuoloumne. Check conditions before you go, though, as the trail has a couple river/creek crossings, and I'm not sure what those are like after our wet winter.

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Tuolumne Meadows is beautiful and a great way to escape the crowds. A little off the beaten path - make sure you get to Soda Springs! 

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The Mist Trail is a great one for cooling down on the hotter days! 


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Spending a week in Yosemite in July, what’s not to miss? Me and my hiker pal both in our 50s and don’t mind putting in the miles. 


 

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4 mile trail. Glacier Point. Yosemite Falls, it's a great hike all the way up to the top of the falls. I agree with Tuolumne Meadows. You can spend a whole day up there hiking, lakeside or just enjoying a stroll through the meadows.

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North Dome has incredible views of Half Dome and Clouds Rest, without the crowds of many other Yosemite trails.

It's accessible from Tioga Road, so pairs well before/after a visit to Tuoloumne. Check conditions before you go, though, as the trail has a couple river/creek crossings, and I'm not sure what those are like after our wet winter.