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This trail leads around a reconstructed Miwok-Piaute Indian Village. A booklet provides interpretive information.

The Miwok in Yosemite is a short loop trail that winds through the Indian Village of Ahwahnee, a reconstructed Miwok-Paiute village. A booklet is available at the trailhead and in the Visitor Center. Large-print materials are available in the Visitor Center for the visually impaired. The trail begins behind the Yosemite Museum and is always open. Sometimes Indian Cultural Program staff is available for demonstrations or programs about Ahwahneechee skills and culture. Inquire in the Indian Cultural Exhibit for
schedule. This trail is accessible for individuals using wheelchairs.

Directions: From Arch Rock Entrance, Travel eastward into the Yosemite Valley, 11.5 miles to the Curry Village day-use area. Park your car and take the shuttle to stop number 6, the Valley Visitor Center. The trail begins behind the Yosemite Museum.

Elevation: 4,000 feet

Ending Elevation: 4,000 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Easy

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Yosemite National Park, California

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