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The Weather in Yosemite West
Above are the weather conditions for Yosemite West. In the next 6 months, July will have higher average temperatures. Conversely, December is the coolest month in Yosemite West, with temperatures going under 33° The rainiest month is July while the driest month is January.
A vacation home at the gateway of the Yosemite Valley - Yosemite West
Yosemite West is the gateway to the Yosemite National Park, which has attracted voyagers, artists and nature-lovers for centuries. Come visit and stay in a Yosemite West condo or cottage.
Dining at its best
Yosemite's culinary scene pleases all tastes and budgets. Jackalope’s Bar & Grill at Tenaya Lodge in the Wawona area has perfected the art of vegan cuisine, while the Mountain Room Restaurant charms with its Yosemite Falls views, and delectable seafood and steak.
The Majestic Yosemite Dining Room assures diners an unforgettable meal with its vaulted ceilings and pretty, chandelier-lit interiors. Expect award-winning traditional American cuisine at its best here.
Yosemite history unraveled
The Yosemite Valley Visitor Center's exhibits trace the formation of the region's landscapes and depict how the ancient people and wildlife interacted with it. Next door is the Yosemite Museum, where the native Miwok and Paiute peoples' legacies live on through artefacts and a lifelike recreation of a Native American village.
The Yosemite Conservation Heritage Center organizes environmental programs for adults and kids. Nearby is the Yosemite Cemetery, where influential Native Americans were once buried. Finally, don't miss the Ansel Adams Gallery, an ode to America's greatest photographer.
With its jaw-dropping cliffs, thundering waterfalls and giant sequoia groves, Yosemite is a must-see on your California vacation. Notable is the monolith of Half Dome, a mountain which resembles a giant dome sliced in half. Make sure to visit the Yosemite Falls, North America's highest waterfall at 730 meters, and keep your eyes peeled for the occasional black bear or bobcat.
Photographers will love Glacier Point, an overlook that commands sweeping views of the valley, Half Dome and the Sierra Nevada peaks. Yosemite is a world-class destination for rock climbers, and Badger Pass attracts amateur skiers and novices. And don't forget to check out Yosemite's night skies, where, miles away from artificial lights, you can see the Milky Way.
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