Yosemite and Sierra's Blanketed in Heavy Snow (images)

Yosemite National Park and the entire Sierra Nevada range is covered in feet of snow. This snowpack is important for the state water supply and will have an impact on the coming fire season.

Have a look at the Yosemite webcams here!




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  • loreenhud says:

    Thank you for sharing these lovely pictures! What a heavenly beauty. I have seen Yosemite in the rain and sun–always beautiful. I have never seen it in the snow. Breathtaking!