Yosemite Valley from Four Mile Trail - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama showing Yosemite Valley and Yosemite Falls taken from the Four Mile Trail. Here the trail crossed a snow and ice filled gully giving a truly dramatic view across the valley in the break in the undergrowth. The only issue was balancing the tripod on the ice without falling a long way down. Worth it, you can just make out the narrow track in the snow traversing the slope.
Yosemite Valley from Four Mile Trail - FURTHER INFORMATION
Yosemite Valley from Four Mile Trail - Yosemite National Park visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Yosemite Valley from Four Mile Trail' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from California.
Four Mile Trail ascends steeply up from the base of Yosemite Valley in Yosemite National Park to Glacier Point. The Trail is, as the name suggests, four miles long. During the winter months the trail is snowbound and closed. This picture shows some of the stunning views presented to hikers on the trail.
On the far side of Yosemite Valley you can see the Upper and Lower Yosemite Falls cascading over a cliff near Yosemite Point. To the left of the waterfall are Columbia Rock, the Three Brothers (Eagle Peak, Middle Brother and Lower Brother). The range ends with El Capitan. On the near side of the valley most prominent are Leaning Tower and Cathedral Spires.
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