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2-Day Yosemite National Park Winter Tour from San Francisco
"Immerse yourself in the beauty and solitude of Yosemite National Park in the winter with this 2-day tour from San Francisco. Throughout your trip your guide will teach you about the history of Yosemite and give you great advice on how to get the most out of your time in the park.""""Escape to the snow-capped mountains of Yosemite National Park from San Francisco for two full days. Take a coach tour of Yosemite Valley with your guide and enjoy various activities during your free time such as hiking and snowshoeing. Soak in views o Yosemite is said to be best in the winter months!Likely to Sell Out: Rooms at the Yosemite Lodge often sell out months in advance. Reserve early to avoid disappointment"title=Highlights&1=2-day+winter+tour+of+Yosemite+National+Park+from+San+Francisco&2=Take+a+coach+tour+of+spectacular+Yosemite+Valley+and+enjoy+views+of+famous+sites+such+as+Half+Dome&3=Stay+overnight+at+the+cozy+Yosemite+Lodge+at+the+Falls&4=Choose+from+a2 days / 1 night
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Yosemite National Park and Giant Sequoias Trip
"Your journey begins with a convenient pickup at your hotel. You'll cross the San Francisco Bay Bridge en route to the Sierra Nevada mountain range driving through gold rush towns as your guide carries you back to the era of the old West.In the late morning enter Yosemite National Park where you'll take a guided walk. Visit the Tuolumne Grove (weather permitting) and be amazed by the size of the redwood trees in Yosemite's largest grove. Let the serene surroundings of the forest recharge your energy. Stop a watch for rock climbers as they daringly make their way to the summit. In the springtime marvel at the tallest waterfall in the park Yosemite Falls.After you may explore Yosemite Valley on your own. For lunch
From $159.00
 
Lake Tahoe's Emerald Bay Cruise on M.S. Dixie II
"This two-hour narrated Emerald Bay Sightseeing Cruise offers non-stop photo opportunities that will delight everyone in your family or group. As you cruise to through and back from Emerald Bay you will learn how it was formed and some of its fascinating history. Hear tales of Fenette Island (nicknamed ""little rock island"") within the bay as well as the Vikingsholm Castle the stone mansion on its shores.You will even get a look below Lake Tahoe's surface with a special video presentation of ""Sunken Treasures of Lake Tahoe"". This is a state-of-the-art video presentation showing what lies deep beneath the brilliant blue of Lake Tahoe's surface. Travel 500 feet below the waters of Glenbrook Bay to tour th the majestic vessel that cruised Lake Tahoe for 50 years before being sunk by her owners.See underwater canyons and rocky bluffs that until now have never been seen by human eyes. Cruise through recently discovered ancient forests of petrified tr
From $63.00

More Things to Do in Lassen Volcanic National Park

Loomis Museum

Loomis Museum was started in 1927 and provides informative displays showing the geological and historical story of the area. The museum also serves as a visitors center, a gift shop and a bookstore....
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Oct 02, 2012

Manzanita Lake

Near the western entrance to the park is the trailhead for the Manzanita Lake Trail a 1.5 mile loop around Manzanita Lake. Manzanita Lake was formed about 350 years ago when an unstable edge of the...
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Oct 02, 2012

Stops Along the Interpretive Trail

The interpretive trail around the Reflecting Lake and Lily Pond tells the story of the recovery of this area after the 1915 eruptions. Unlike the Devastated Area, which emphasizes the geological...
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Oct 02, 2012

Devastated Area

Another of the most interesting attractions in the park is the Devastated Area. This is a part of the valley that was destroyed in the 19 May 1915 eruption of Lassen Peak. A 1/2 mile wide path of...
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Sep 29, 2012

knigs Creek

Kings Creek used to be called Hat Creek. It was important to the life of the Atsugewi Indians who inhabited this part of what is now Lassen Volcanic National Park. There is a nice roadside overlook...
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Sep 29, 2012

Terrace Lakes

The three lakes along the Terrace Lakes Trail vary in size, depth and shoreline features. The first one you reach on the trail is the beautiful Terrace Lake; which is about .6 miles roundtrip. The...
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Sep 22, 2012
 
 
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Lassen Peak From Terrace Lakes Trail

Lassen Peak formed some 27,000 years ago as a volcanic vent to the huge Brokeoff Volcano (also called Mount Tehana). It is one of the world's largest plug dome volcanoes rising 2000 feet above the...
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Sep 22, 2012

Sulfur Link

The yellow pyramid-shaped crystals here are sulfur. This sulfur was formed when the lava rock was dissolved and altered by sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid is linked to sulfur dioxide gas from the...
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Sep 22, 2012

Mudpots

This is a mudpot, a hydrothermal feature between a boiling spring and a fumarole. A mudpot has less water than a boiling spring and more than a fumarole. In wetter times a mudpot can become a boiling...
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Sep 22, 2012

Mount Tehama/Brokeoff Volcano

Between 400,000 and 600,000 years ago, Mount Tehama (also called Brokeoff Volcano) formed through a series of volcanic eruptions. This huge mountain stretched from what is now Mount Conard to Pilot...
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Sep 22, 2012

Bumpass Hell

Bumpass Hell was named after one of the first white men in the area Kendal Vanhook Bumpass, who along with his partner, Major Pierson B. Reading made a claim on this area hoping to capitalize on the...
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Sep 22, 2012

Emerald Lake

Emerald Lake is a glacial lake that was named for the abundant green algae growing at the bottom of the warm, shallow lake, unlike deeper, cooler glacial lakes that are an aqua blue. Formed at the...
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Sep 22, 2012

Sulphur Works

Sulphur Works is near the entrance at the Southwest Corner of the park. This hydrothermal feature is one of the indicators that there is still active magma under this area. This is believed to be the...
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Sep 22, 2012

Meet the People

As always, I enjoyed talking to the people I met along the way; both rangers and fellow travelers. I took pictures of three rangers but one in the group shot did not wish to be on the Internet. This...
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Sep 22, 2012

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"The Unknown Beauty of Northern California"
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"Geothermal Playground"
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