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Yosemite is a land where history was madeour nation's first land dedicated to recreation and enjoyment. As the precedent for all future American national parks we truly know there would be no national parks without Yosemite. Located in central California Yosemite National Park was established in 1890 and draws four million annual visitors. Almost 95 percent of the parks 747956 acres (roughly the size of Rhode Island) is classified as wilderness. @_harrykurniawan1000
Yosemite's Horsetail Fall 'firefall' event will require a vehicle permit this year
Underground exploration: Caves, mines and craters that let you dig in to the Golden State
While California is often known for its above-ground wonders - the Redwoods, Yosemite's Half Dome and El Capitan, the Joshua Trees of Palm Springs, the magnificent coastline of Big Sur - there are also amazing underground spots where you can build a deeper relationship with the Golden State, one based in the subterranean level.
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the last Yosemite Firefall, a tradition where for almost 100 years, glowing embers were pushed off of the top of Glacier Point to cascade down towards the valley while park visitors watched the 3,200-foot waterfall of firelight. Through the years, with appreciation for (and by learning from) our history, we have refocused our efforts on helping people appreciate and understand the natural wonder of our park as it is, rather than creating spectacles within…