Witness the mesmerizing 'Firefall' phenomenon in February, when the setting sun ignites Horsetail Falls, creating the illusion of flowing lava.

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Firefall Magic

Yosemite is one of the rare places where you can see a lunar rainbow, or 'moonbow', thanks to the mist spray from Yosemite Falls on a full moon night.

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Moonbow Marvel

The eerie 'ghost trees' of Tuolumne Meadows are actually the remains of ancient trees preserved in the harsh climate.

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Ghost Trees

Find secluded gems like Geller Lakes, where calm waters reflect the surrounding peaks, away from the hustle and bustle of the park.

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Hidden Lakes

Beneath the crystal-clear waters of Lake Tenaya lies a sunken forest of ancient tree stumps.

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Underwater Giants

Yosemite is home to both black bears and the rare golden bear, offering unique wildlife encounters.

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Bear Necessities

Yosemite's lesser-known granite wonders, such as Cathedral Peak and Mathes Crest, offer breathtaking views without the crowds.

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Granite Monoliths

Yosemite's low light pollution makes it a stargazer's paradise with unparalleled views of the Milky Way.

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Starry sky

Explore the surreal world of ice caves in the hidden corners of the park, created by the icy grip of winter.

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Ice Caves

Explore lesser-known waterfalls like Rancheria Falls and Wapama Falls, away from the crowds.

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Secret Waterfalls