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Sheep Meadow Trail leaves the Hays Brook Trail 1.4 miles from the trailhead and extends 2.3 miles to a former sheep meadow. While there is only a 15-foot increase in elevation from the start of the trail to its end, the trail does have some ascents and descents including a 35-foot descent to Hays Brook followed by a 40-foot ascent. The trail ascends 40 feet in 0.4 mile and then descends 20 feet in the last 0.2 mile of the trail. The Sheep Meadow Trail Map (PDF) is available to view and download.


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IMAGE DESCRIPTION:A small black and white, circular photo from 1961 is captioned "On the Salathe Wall of El Capitan" and credited to Tom Frost Collection, Courtesy, Yosemite Climbing Association. It features a young adult, male climber, Tom Frost. He is wearing a white shirt with sleeves rolled up to his biceps and hanging by a climbing rope on a rock wall. His climbing harness and the taut rope attached to it allow him to rest in a semi seated pose. His left hand rests casually on the cluttered climbing rack of gear that dangle from his waist while his right hand steadies himself on the rock. His broad muscular upper body is turned halfway back, toward the viewer. He is gazing back over his left shoulder, with a grin, as he gets a unique view of the vast landscape around and below him. His right knee is bent, pants rolled up below the knee and his ankle comfortably hanging in a loop of climbing gear. The flexed muscles are well defined on his left leg which is also bent. He appears to be bracing his foot on the rock, just out of the frame. He wears tan shoes which pre-date the sticky rubber-covered climbing shoes of today. Incongruously, the shoes look like he might be wearing them along a city street. The forested mountains, far below in the background, are topped with puffy clouds just over the ridge line. The distant peaks and canyons make the tremendous height of the climber unmistakable.


Located on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada, the park has a wide elevation range. Starting from about 2000 feet in the foothill community of El Portal at the western edge, the area is rocky and dry with grasses, shrubs and oak woodlands. That landscape transitions to rocky, dry shrub land with few trees. At higher elevations, such as Yosemite Valley, is a diversity of tree species with oaks, pines, cedars and firs. Giant Sequoias grow in contained areas at four to six thousand feet. Further up the mountains , the trees shift to primarily firs and pines, and near 8,000 feet, the trees are a mix of pines and hemlocks, contorted and stunted from the deep snow in winter. Beyond treeline, the landscape rises to a dramatic crest of snowy, treeless peaks along the eastern side of over 13,000 feet. Interestingly, from the eastern Tioga Pass entrance of 9,945 feet at the park line, the landscape drops dramatically in just five miles to the east, down to the shore of Mono Lake at 6,837 feet.


The legend has symbols for amenities and way finding information. Amenities symbols include a. wilderness permit station (symbol white W in green box), b. food service and lodging (symbol knife and fork), c. restrooms (symbol universal man and woman), d. picnic area (symbol picnic table), e. campground (symbol white tent), f. walk-in campground (symbol black tent). Way finding symbols include a. Yosemite Valley shuttle route (symbol yellow thick line), b. visitor parking (symbol white P in brown box), c. John Muir Trail (symbol long thin dashed lines), d. other trails (symbol short thin dashed lines), e. paved bikeway and foot trail (symbol thin line), f. distance indicator (symbol black text with miles and kilometers). There is a side note that says. Park and use the free Yosemite Valley Shuttle.


Thank you for your feedback, Laura! The blog post was written by The Good and the Beautiful and was published on July 2, 2021. The lyrics and original poem are credited to Katharine Lee Bates (as the writer) and Samuel Ward for the melody in the blog post and on the free download. We hope the story of the song found in the blog and the free download is helpful for your family!


Within the boundaries of Rocky Mountain National Park, more than 100 peaks rise above 11,000 feet in altitude, including Longs Peak at 14,259 feet. These amazing mountains cradle the Estes Valley, providing residents and guests with incredible beauty and inspiration. Many of the taller peaks make up the Continental Divide, where snowmelt runs either west to the Pacific Ocean or east to the Atlantic. The park's vistas are accessible by horseback, on foot, or by car - the most notable vehicle route being Trail Ridge Road, the highest continuously paved highway in North America. No matter your level of interest, adventure awaits you while viewing, exploring and appreciating this breathtaking collection of mountains.


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In the town of Jacks Hill, in the foothills six miles from Kingston, the Maya Lodge (doubles, $30; 809-927-2097) is a rustic hostelry with cabins, dorm rooms, and campsites. Owner Peter Bentley also operates Sense Adventures (809-927-2097), which runs overnight hikes into the Blue Mountains ($125 per person) and three-day canoe trips on the Black River ($250 per person). Bentley can customize hiking, canoeing, and snorkeling trips upon request. Another foothill lodging, at 3,100 feet in Irish Town, 15 miles north of Kingston, is a big step up in style. Recently opened Strawberry Hill (doubles, $214; 809-944-8400), owned by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell, has 12 villas with balconies overlooking the mountains and the city.


More than just a walk in the woods, the trail traces the diversity that is North Carolina. Experience ancient mountains and small Piedmont farms, coastal swamps and colonial towns, changing textile villages and barrier islands. Almost 700 miles of footpath are now completed. With temporary routes on backroads and bicycle paths, hikers can now follow the trail on an adventure across North Carolina. 041b061a72


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