One of the oldest trails in the park, the Yosemite Fall trail was built back in 1873 and ascends 2700 feet from the base of the 2,425 foot (739 meter) high Yosemite Falls all the way to the top of the waterfall. The first mile ascends 1,000 vertical feet to Columbia Rock, which offers exceptional views of the valley and Half Dome. A less strenuous half miles further along the trail offers views of the upper Yosemite Fall. The second half of the trail is equally strenuous, but the incredible views reward those who choose to continue. In summer bring a plenty of water and begin hiking early as the trail becomes extremely hot and dusty.
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Upper Yosemite Fall
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