Bidevale Autumn | Photo Copyright: Lana Law
Yosemite has long been a source of inspiration for artists, climbers and nature lovers. Beginning in the 1920s, Ansel Adams’ stunning black-and-white photographs of Yosemite have brought the park’s beautiful landscapes and iconic spots like never before. After World War II, climbers descended the park and struggled to climb the magnificent walls. In their attempts, failures and eventual successes, they have created a cult following in Yosemite like no other climbing in history. And all this time, tourists and tourists come here to get lost in the magnificent mountains and valleys of the park.
Another classic view in Yosemite National Park is Bridalveil Fall, on the south side of the Yosemite Valley. It is an easy waterfall to walk, with a short path that takes you straight to the base. From here, you can feel the spray hitting you and hear the crashing water as it falls on the boulders. From Tunnel View, you can get a good look at the falls from a higher vantage point.