The #1 most Framebridged national park
Towering granite cliffs of El Capitan and Half Dome, ancient Sequoia trees and the aptly named Mist Trail. Yosemite National Park projects majesty at every turn (it also happens to be the #1 most Framebridged place in America).
“We were on a five-day road trip through the Sierra Nevada mountains. This is from Glacier Point overlooking Half Dome. The sun had just gone down and the last light was hitting the massive granite walls. One of the most beautiful moments.” —Eric (@ericbrooksy)
Yosemite, August 2016 as captured by @sam_i_is
“You get drenched on the Mist Trail because it’s so much water coming at one time. It’s really windy—super exhilarating. I went with my friend Joyce and she said I just kept giggling because it was so fun to be climbing a trail up the side of this rushing waterfall.” —Kyle (@klsimpson), self-described national park nerd
“Thankfully I brought a poncho.” —Dominique (@domo23), always prepared