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This nature trail begins in front of the Valley Visitor Center and winds through a nearby meadow.

The Changing Yosemite is a one-mile trail that begins in front of the Visitor Center, near shuttle bus stop #6. It winds through a nearby meadow and explores the changes that have led to the Yosemite we experience today. A booklet is available at the trailhead, and large-print materials are available for the visually impaired at the Visitor Center. This trail is accessible to 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 in front of the visitor center.

Elevation: 3,980 feet

Ending Elevation: 3,980 feet

Usage: Heavy

Difficulty: Easy

 
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Yosemite National Park, California


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