Yosemite National Park stays open year-round and guests should arrive early to avoid traffic. Pay the park entrance fee upon arrival. No reservations are needed but are suggested for camping, backpacking, and lodging. Access Yosemite’s sites on foot, by bike, by car, and often times by wheelchair. Make sure to check out their weather forecast to be prepared for adventures year round.
Visit Yosemite National Park to see countless waterfalls both big and small. Yosemite Falls is one of the world's tallest waterfalls made up of three separate falls. Upper Yosemite Fall is 1,430 feet, the middle cascades are 675 feet, and Lower Yosemite Fall is 320 feet. The best time to see the falls is in the spring, with the peak months being May and June. For more information on waterfalls within and surrounding Yosemite, visit TravelYosemite.com.