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***Snowshoes Required*** 22 miles
Yosemite - Snow Camping (Badger Pass to Taft Point/Glacier Point)
Winter transforms Yosemite’s familiar landscapes; exploring in winter is like finding a whole new park. But winter is less forgiving for the wilderness traveller, and some extra precautions are in order.
NOT FOR BEGINNERS (We reserve the right to deny or remove any members if they are deemed inappropriate for this trip. )
You must have previous snow backpack with this group before. NO EXCEPTIONS. (Join one of our other trips to qualify.)
RSVP: You will be put on a waiting list, we will contact you via meetup message. If you do not respond to our message, we will go to the next person on the waiting list. RSVP will open in FEB.
Mileage: 22+ Miles Round Trip
Trip Elevation Gain: 3,087 ft
Terrain Type: Snow & **COLD***
Itinerary (updating soon)
Day 1. Badger Ski Lodge to Taft Point
Day 2. Taft Point to Glacier Point
Day 3. Glacier Point to Badger Ski Lodge.
NO PLUS (1)
Limited to 10 people
$50 deposit + ($5 Fee) DO NOT PAY VIA MEETUP PAYMENT SYSTEM. I will send you a link.
Snowshoe touring in Yosemite can be a magnificent experience, or it can be a disaster if certain simple preparations are ignored. Park rangers have assembled a set of suggestions which, when observed, can help ensure a safe trip even if you encounter stormy weather or unforeseen problems.
DISCLAIMER: Hike at your own risk. Be responsible for yourself and your safety. Make good decisions. With any trip, things can change, reservations can get lost, the unexpected can happen. A go-with-the-flow attitude is always a good thing, and most importantly, let's all have fun! This is an intermediate hike. Make sure you are in good enough physical shape for the distance, elevation changes, and terrain. The hike leaders in this group aren't professional hike leaders. By signing up for these events, you agree not to hold the Meetup organizers responsible for whatever happens to you on these events. The hiking group does not certify the expertise of the organizers, the event or assistant organizers (hike leaders) and...We are NOT responsible for any possible losses or injuries.