Yosemite National Park is home to some of the most magnificent scenery in the American West. During leisurely hikes, discover imposing sequoia trees, towering cliffs, expansive vistas, and cascading waterfalls that comprise this World Heritage site, located in northern California.

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Treasures of Yosemite

7 days from $4,675

Yosemite National Park is home to some of the most magnificent scenery in the American West. During leisurely hikes, discover imposing sequoia trees, towering cliffs, expansive vistas, and cascading waterfalls that comprise this World Heritage site, located in northern California.

or Call 855-330-1542

Experts

Jun 5 - 11, 2021 Departure
Steve Gehman

Steve Gehman

Steve Gehman completed an M.S. degree in Wildlife Science at Oregon State University in 1983 and has pursued a career that involves both intensive study of wildlife, and efforts to help others expand their understanding and appreciation of wild animals and wild places. Steve began working as a naturalist guide in 1987, and has worked as an instructor for the Yosemite Institute, Audubon Society, and the Wildlands Studies Program of San Francisco State University. His involvement in wildlife research projects has included studies of grizzly bears and elk in the Northern Rockies, tundra birds, wolves, bears, muskoxen, and caribou on the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, and brown bears on Kodiak Island. Steve co-founded and runs a non-profit organization, Wild Things Unlimited.

Sep 18 - 24, 2021 Departure
Greg Smith

Greg Smith

Over the last decade, retired California State Park Ecologist and Park Superintendent Greg Smith has led nearly 100 educational expeditions for travelers. With a background in natural history and ecology, Greg has participated in numerous expeditions to Alaska, the Antarctic and South America, and dozens of trips to the National Park jewels in the West. His experience managing parks provides him with a unique perspective on how the landscape and associated resources drive management decisions. He is also an avid nature photographer, and many non-profit organizations, educational institutions and government agencies utilize his images to support their varied missions. Greg has been an avid birder for as long as he can remember, and has ongoing avian research projects that involve banding birds under his Master Bird Banding permit.