Visit Yosemite Mariposa County this Winter

Yosemite is a spectacular place to visit in the winter! There are so many things that you can do, from hiking through snow-capped mountains and admire stunning views of frozen vines. You’ll never forget your first time seeing this amazing sight with all its beauty alive before your eyes – don’t miss out on experiencing it for yourself and start planning an unforgettable trip there soon (hint hint).

For more information, visit Yosemite Mariposa County Tourism Bureau.

Mariposa County – the gateway to Yosemite National Park – is known for a rich and colorful history. Nestled in the Sierra Nevada’s rugged foothills, Mariposa County provides the easiest access points into Yosemite and is home to its iconic landmarks like El Capitan, Half Dome and the Ahwahnee Hotel. The region offers an array of activities, adventures and delights, whether you’re an outdoor adventurer, history and culture seeker or just looking to get back to nature. Located 160 miles east of San Francisco and 300 miles north of Los Angeles, Mariposa County has an endless number of trails to hike and explore – many with an unforgettable view as the final payoff. A rock climber’s mecca, the area is a great place to learn the ropes or challenge yourself with an epic climb. In winter, the Badger Pass ski resort is home to downhill sports, snowshoeing and cross country without the crowds. Springtime brings incredible waterfalls and wildflowers while autumn is transformed by fall colors and the perfect temperatures for hiking, biking and climbing.