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Just a short drive from the Bay Area, Sacramento, and Southern California, Yosemite Mariposa County is accessible, affordable and remarkably unforgettable.

Nestled among stunning natural monuments and historic Gold Rush landmarks, Yosemite Mariposa County is a world-class vacation destination that offers a lifetime of experiences — from those seeking exhilarating adventure to families making memories to visitors who crave a relaxing stroll in unmatched natural beauty.

With a temperate climate year-round, Yosemite Mariposa County is the ideal destination for any visitor to enjoy in any season. Most of Mariposa County gets a sugar dusting of snow and maintains a moderate climate in the winter. For winter snow play enthusiasts, however, there’s plenty of the white stuff at higher Southern Sierra elevations reaching as high as 4,000 meters or 12,000 feet of elevation.

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Towns in Mariposa County are safe, full of friendly people, authentic architectural artifacts and historical treasures of the American West.

Your clients can see what life might have been like during the gold rush era at the Mariposa Museum and History Center or the Northern Mariposa County History Center
Experience the hopes and excitement of the gold rush as you learn how to pan for gold. 

See the famous Fricot “Nugget”, a 13.8 pounds rare and beautiful specimen of crystallized gold at the California State Mining & Mineral Museum located just minutes outside the town of Mariposa.

Wawona is home to the Yosemite History Center where an authentic stagecoach can whisk your clients back in time to a pioneer village complete with living history volunteers in replica costume.

The Yosemite Museum in Yosemite Valley highlights Yosemite’s American Indian cultures, including incredible handwoven baskets.

With plenty of room to roam, Yosemite Mariposa County includes hundreds of miles of hiking trails (all year), whitewater rafting (spring), skiing and snow play (winter), skydiving, rock climbing and more.

Hiking: While the most popular hikes in Yosemite are well known such as the Half Dome Cable Hike (where your clients can combine two iconic hikes by taking the Mist Trail to see Vernal Falls and Nevada Falls before hitting Yosemite’s most iconic rock face), there are many lesser-known Yosemite hikes. Make sure to download Yosemite's Vacation Planner below to discover more trails.

Rafting: Drift lazily down the Merced River to view the iconic scenery of Yosemite Valley, or bounce through whitewater on a rafting trip led by expert guides in the spring and early summer. 

Skiing: A favorite of downhill skiers for its uniquely peaceful and stressfree setting, Yosemite Ski and Snowboard Area offers ten runs with a mix of beginner, intermediate and advanced trails. Plus, with five lifts, visitors are never more than a few minutes away from their next run. 

Rock climbing: Yosemite National Park is one of the great rock climbing centers of the world. Non-climbers may simply enjoy a picnic lunch while watching the most elite on their way up El Capitan. If your clients' interest surpasses their fear of heights, Yosemite Mountaineering School is a great place to “learn the ropes.”

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Mariposa County is the home of Yosemite National Park, at 3,027 square kilometers (1,169 square miles) in size, not including the surrounding national forests and gateway communities to explore. Visitors should plan on two nights stay – at minimum – to truly experience this magical place.

Majestic Granite: The granite monoliths in Yosemite Valley, a UNESCO World Heritage destination, are unrivaled. Half Dome is among the most famous rock formations in the world and at 4,737 feet (1,444 meters) from base to summit, El Capitan is one of the largest. For some of the best views of these icons, your clients can drive up to Glacier Point or stop in at Tunnel View.

Waterfalls: The best-known waterfall is Yosemite Falls and it is also one of the tallest in North America and fifth highest in the world. There are countless others to explore as well, including Ribbon Fall, Bridalveil Fall and Chilnualna Falls. Early spring (April/May) is the best time to visit for waterfalls.

Giant Trees: In the park your clients can spot the impressive giant sequoias. In Mariposa Grove, one of the oldest living trees is known as the Grizzly Giant. Its age is somewhere between 1,900-2,400 years old, and it has a base diameter of 30 feet (9 meters) across.

Wildlife: Yosemite is home to many species of wildlife, including American black bears, majestic great gray owls, plucky marmots, and much more. Seeing any of these animals in their natural home makes for an unforgettable experience.

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