Yosemite Outdoor Adventures

How does exploring geology in the world’s best classroom, Yosemite National Park sound?

Since 1923, Yosemite Conservancy has been Yosemite National Park’s non-profit partner in education, fundraising, research, etc.  One of the many things they do for the park is assemble an annual series of outdoor seminars that connect people to their park, to help build an informed, literate constituency for Yosemite and other wild places.

Browse our 2014 programs below.

Sierra Nevada Natural History July 18-20
Explore Yosemite’s Tuolumne Meadows with an expert naturalist and author, David Lukas, and experience this magnificent landscape as an insider.

Tuolumne Alpine Insider: Life at the Top July 26-27
Join expert naturalist Michael Ross for a real insider’s view of the landscape and environment that thrives above the treeline.

Lyell Glacier Backpack August 14-17
Experience a glacier in Yosemite’s own backyard! Your reward for climbing steep rock, and braving strong wind and sun at high elevation, will be to set foot on a glacier.

North Dome & the Natural Arch Day Hike August 23

Perched right above Yosemite Valley, over the confluence of Tenaya Canyon, Merced Canyon and the Valley, North Dome is one of the finest viewpoints in Yosemite.

Go Climb a Peak: Summit Mt. Hoffmann August 24
This sight is truly unbelievable and only found from this summit. Imagine looking down into Yosemite Valley, then turning to gaze at the jagged peaks to the north.

For more information and to register, visit the website or email adventures@yosemiteconservancy.org