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Yosemite National Park is far too big to see all of it in a day, but if it's all you have, these tips will help you make the best of it.

So Much to See, So Little Time: Your 1-Day Guide to Yosemite

Yosemite National Park is far too big to see all of it in a day, but if it's all you have, these tips will help you make the best of it.

Crystal Cave is a marble cave in Sequoia National Park, in California. It is between the Ash Mountain entrance of the park and Giant Forest

Crystal Cave is a marble cave in Sequoia National Park, in California. It is between the Ash Mountain entrance of the park and Giant Forest

The giant Sequoia trees in California are the world's oldest living things. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

The giant Sequoia trees in California are the world's oldest living things. Description from pinterest.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

12 things you absolutely can't miss in Yosemite -- this list has it all!  Hikes, lakes, and viewpoints for every visitor to Yosemite National Park.  Don't travel without this list (written by a former park ranger)!

12 Things You Can't Miss On Your First Visit to Yosemite

12 things you absolutely can't miss in Yosemite -- this list has it all! Hikes, lakes, and viewpoints for every visitor to Yosemite National Park. Don't travel without this list (written by a former park ranger)!

Yosemite National Park. I used to go camping here with my family as a kid and I miss it so much!

Yosemite National Park. I used to go camping here with my family as a kid and I miss it so much!

The Path to Half Dome;  steep and difficult. The last 400 vertical feet (130 meters) up the eastern slope are so sheer that Yosemite staff have installed cables for hikers to cling to as they pull themselves up.

The Path to Half Dome; steep and difficult. The last 400 vertical feet (130 meters) up the eastern slope are so sheer that Yosemite staff have installed cables for hikers to cling to as they pull themselves up.

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