Camping In Yosemite National Park With Denver Tents
National Parks are one of the favorite spots people choose for camping. Today we would like to talk about one of the amazing National Parks we have in United States, Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite National Park
Yosemite has many attractions, which is one of the main reasons why you should take your Denver Tent and go camping in this gorgeous National Park. It is the perfect place for all hikers that look to have a great adventure and wonderful landscapes in more than 800 miles of hiking trails. In some of these trails it is possible to practice rock climbing as well.
Yosemite National Park is famous for having several beautiful waterfalls and granite walls, such as El Capitan, a granite wall that elevates from the valley and is one of the all time favorite-climbing walls among climbers all around the world. Also, Yosemite has one of the biggest waterfalls in the world, with three drops totaling 2,425-feet.
The Park is located in Sierra Nevada, California and has a territory of 1,200 square miles. It is normal to find meadows, wildflowers, and two wild and scenic rivers, the Tuolumne and Merced Rivers in the National Park. There are also 13 campgrounds, and 4 of them are open year-round.
Experience The Great Outdoors with Denver Tent Company
The Denver Tent Company has worked for over 125 years to create and design custom canvas tents that will blend perfectly with the wilderness and provide your many safe nights and wonderful adventure for years to come. Our sportsmen tents have seen it all. We have been to the highest mountain and the deepest valley. We’ve seen purple mountains and amber waves of grain. And we have stood tall agains the ocean winds from sea to shining sea. Invest in a tent from the superior “Colorado” tent line, or talk to us about custom sewing your very own tent. We have the best sewing, construction and designing crew in the camping industry. Call us today or stop by the warehouse and see how we can enhance your next outdoor experience. Pitch a tent, kick off your shoes and breathe in some fresh air.