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Winter on Taft Point, Yosemite National Park, California
Taft Point is in a remote part of crowded Yosemite Valley. At 7,500 feet About a thousand feet above Yosemite Valley and across from the rock face of El Capitan is Taft Point. The point is named after the 27th president William Howard Taft sometime after his visit with John Muir in 1909. Our 11 mile route started in the winter at the ski resort of Badger Pass, we traveled east on the Glacier Point Road, NW to Pohono trail via ski trail then west to Taft Point. Getting there after dark, GPS coordinates helped me find the our camp.
Copyright: Allan Der
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 17812x8906
Taken: 26/02/2016
Uploaded: 21/11/2016


Tags: fissures; trail; hike; point; taft; el capitan; glacier point road; winter; ski; scenery; landscape; trailhead; horse tail fall; yosemite falls; yosemite; falls; snow; halfdome; clark range; mount star king; lodgepole; pine forest; dawn
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