My wife and I are lucky enough to live so close to Yosemite that we’ve been there hundreds of times. After all these trips, we’ve discovered the best places to stay, the best places to eat and most importantly, the best places to take pictures. Read on, and we’ll share some of our secrets with you.
Yosemite used to have a well-defined off season. If you headed to the park in October or April, you would have the place to yourself. That’s no longer the case. Now, just about any month can be called “crowded” in comparison to other national parks. I blame the crowds on cameras. Everyone wants to take pictures with their new digital camera, and quite frankly, there’s no better place to take pictures then in Yosemite.
However, there are far less people in the park from early October to the end of April. And that’s especially true on weekdays, or in periods of “bad” weather. Continue reading