As part of our longstanding partnership with Yosemite National Park, we have decades of experience offering immersive educational programs. Our guides are experts in their fields, and they have created one-of-a-kind adventures for clients including Backroads, Abercrombie & Kent, Off the Beaten Path, American Excursionist, and MT Sobek.
We look forward to helping your tour group connect with Yosemite’s natural wonders during a private half- or full-day outing.
COVID-19 safety procedures
We’ve adjusted our safety protocols in response to the ongoing pandemic. As always, we’re committed to ensuring the health and safety of our adventure participants and instructors. For all adventure programs, we’re implementing strict safety measures that align with the latest federal, state and local guidelines. Safety procedures include asking participants to maintain at least 6 feet of physical distance from others, wash or sanitize hands frequently, and avoid touching shared surfaces and objects. If you’re considering one of our adventure programs, please review our COVID-19 procedures.
What will your group’s experience look like? We offer a range of options to fit your group’s needs and interests, from slow-paced, low-mileage plans to more challenging routes. Read our sample itineraries for inspiration, then work with our team to create a trip tailored to your clients.
- Half-day program (4 hours): Spend a morning in Yosemite Valley’s undeveloped west end. Enjoy quiet, scenic hikes; marvel at features such as El Capitan, Bridalveil Fall and Cathedral Rocks; and watch rock-climbers in action on the walls. Throughout the morning, learn about natural and cultural history, from the park’s pioneer days to Sierra Nevada geology, plants and animals.
- Full-day program (8 hours): Explore the floor of Yosemite Valley. In the morning, visit iconic locations, such as Yosemite Falls; observe plants and animals; look for clues left by powerful glaciers; and spot climbers on the world-famous walls. After a picnic lunch, spend the afternoon learning about American Indian history and the role the National Park Service plays in Yosemite.