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Bob H heeft een beoordeling geschreven apr. 2022
Strasburg, Virginia15 bijdragen3 nuttige stemmen
Russ and Jenn were spectacular guides and wranglers. And Martini "my mule" became a good friend and companion. Breakfast and dinners in camp were great. My wife and I are still amazed at how such good meals can be served in such remote places. The camp hosts were very sociable and each night entertained us with entertainment or camp stories. This trip made memories and stories to share for the rest of our lives.
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Datum van verblijf: september 2021
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michellehW2130IY heeft een beoordeling geschreven feb. 2019
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The people who run this outfit are not ethical in their refund policy. They canceled our High Sierra Loop hike in 2017 because of too much snow. When we had to cancel last minute in 2018 because smoke made it an unhealthy choice they did not fully refund our money. How can they justify keeping a portion of our fees when a natural disaster caused the cancellation? Don't trust them as they DO NOT CARE!
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Datum van verblijf: augustus 2018Reistype: Bezocht met vrienden
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Carol H heeft een beoordeling geschreven sep. 2018
Columbia, Maryland70 bijdragen55 nuttige stemmen
What an amazing trip we had last month hiking between 4 of the High Sierra Camps. We did not get a place in the lottery but got places at 4 of the camps once the lottery people had been placed. We started at May Lake and finished at Vogelsang. One problem was the lack of a shuttle bus as we wanted to leave our car parked at the end of our journey so had hoped to shuttle bus to the trail to May Lake. We ended up with dropping off one person with all the packs at the trailhead, the other went to park and then hitched back to the trailhead. Not ideal! I would imagine other hikers had issues with this too. We hiked a total of 36 miles. These were challenging hikes with some steep climbs and rocky terrain. We did 'train' for months beforehand although we are in reasonable shape for our ages (50+). As we live on the East coast the summer humidity made it hard to do much hiking outside beforehand. Yosemite weather was clear, dry and the smoke from the fires was gone so it was very pleasant. The camps are amazing considering where they are! The food was delicious and plentiful. We enjoyed eating 'family style' and chatting to the other hikers. There were several people doing the circuit along with us which made it even more fun to see familiar faces at the end of each hike. We had to share a cabin two of the nights which was fine although I was apprehensive about that aspect. We got a small 2 berth cabin the other two nights.
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Datum van verblijf: augustus 2018Reistype: Bezocht met een partner
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mtnhappy heeft een beoordeling geschreven sep. 2018
Colorado Springs, Colorado36 bijdragen31 nuttige stemmen
The 4 of us did the complete loop to all 5 backcountry camps in counter-clockwise direction at the end of August, which seemed like a good time to go with minimal bugs. There was no smoke even with the Ferguson fire still smoldering; the air conditions were better than elsewhere. Hiking the High Sierra Camps is like being on a cruise but hiking to each destination. The camps even emphasize using sanitizer and washing your hands like cruise ships do. The food is absolutely yummy. You will not go hungry. You get multiple courses for bfast and dinner, and if you aren't full, you can ask for more. The $16 optional lunches are a good buy. We got the turkey lunchmeat each day, and it was the best sandwich we've ever had backpacking. With all the snacks they include in the lunch, it was enough for half of our crew to split a lunch. Each camp varied it a little bit with the type of meat or type of additions, so it wasn't the exact same sandwich every day. Our 55F sleep sacks were sufficient with the extra blankets/comforter provided. I was a little cold, but was warm enough sleeping in a fleece too. Camp shoes are a must, and I'd recommend close-toed shoes with good traction. I regretted bringing my flip flops and wish I had brought my Keens because the flip flops were too slippery on the loose gravel/granite rocks a short walk away from the camps. Each day we were amazed to see incredible scenery throughout our whole day of hiking, not just when we got to the destination. It was the ultimate backcountry solitude experience for us. Although the foliage was very dry with the bad drought this year, the scenery still left us with our jaws dropped. The trails were very well signed. Each camp has their own "flavor" of staff. Some are more friendly than others. Glen Aulin: A new manager was very friendly and informative. May Lake: A long-time manager was personable and even gave a special history talk at dinner. Sunrise: Our least favorite staff here; unmotivated and not very helpful. Merced Lake: Our favorite staff as a whole. The humor at this camp really makes it a fun and unique camp. Vogelsang: Neat drumming performance during dinner time. We won the lottery for our first-time application for last summer, but the camps never opened because of too much snowpack. They let us roll our reservations over to this year. The service via the corporate Aramark call center in Arizona needs some improvement (I called several times prior to our trip and was given vague and non-informative answers). If there was an option for 10 stars, we would give it that! The scenery and camp life are stellar. If you like hiking and eating, this is totally for you!
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Datum van verblijf: augustus 2018
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Heidi T heeft een beoordeling geschreven aug. 2018
Steilacoom, Washington131 bijdragen33 nuttige stemmen
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Four of us went to Vogelsang High Sierra Camp. 3-15 Aug 2018. What a great scenic hike. There are 12 Tent cabins there. All with pot belly stoves. The cots are comfortable with two wool blankets and a comforter. I took a sleep sack which was prefect. A solar lantern provided with each tent. A small table in the middle on tent provided and shelves to unpack your stuff. All food snacks, toothpaste, cough drops, or other good smelling items can go into bear safe containers near mess tent. Head lamps or flash light needed to get around Camp in the middle of the night. Drinking water in plastic containers is available to fill hiking bladders and plastic bottles outside mess tent. Outhouses were clean and did not smell due to wood shavings provided to absorbs odors after each use. No showers, but there are 3 sinks to use to wash up. The staff are amazingly friendly and helpful. They live life out there all summer. When they have time off, they hike 7 miles out and back in each time. The meals were wonderful and food accommodations are made for various food allergies or preferences, but contact them 2 weeks ahead. Also, you can eat as much as you want, and there is plenty! They take orders for sack lunches for $16 dollars. Have cash with correct change (it is appreciated). Nice to have tip money for staff too at the end of stay! There are library of books and games in the mess tent. We had some rain, but tents kept os dry. We spent som time playing games while waiting for the weather to clear up. Vogelsang pass and other glacier lakes make great day hikes. There is a spot along Vogelsang pass gets cell service. Handy to share pics with others about your trip. I pack the perfect needed clothes. One pair shorts, 2 tank tops, hiking boots, extra light weight running shoes for the camp, long under wear bottoms, Gortex pants, long sleeve polyester top, fleece top and Gortex rain jacket. Other extras- ball cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray with deet ( though we did not have any mosquito issues), but did have biting flies, which only bother you if you are not moving, chap stick, tooth paste and brush, facial wipes, water bladder 1.5 liter and one 1 l water bottle, rain poncho, Yosemite map, first aid baggie, trekking poles, and Kind bars. I am sure this would have been all I needed for a longer trip. Other high camps have showers. My pack weighed 22 lbs with loaded water. I had a 65 liter Osprey pack from REI. It is a fantastic backpack and REI sized me ( I took small) and showed me how to adjust my pack.
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Datum van verblijf: augustus 2018Reistype: Bezocht met vrienden
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Veelgestelde vragen over Yosemite High Sierra Camps
Welke populaire attracties liggen er in de buurt van Yosemite High Sierra Camps?
Attracties in de buurt zijn Sentinel Dome (4,8 mijl), Nevada Falls Loop (5,4 mijl) en Taft Point (3,3 mijl).
Welke restaurants liggen er in de buurt van Yosemite High Sierra Camps?
Restaurants met een gunstige locatie zijn The Ahwahnee Dining Room, Mountain Room Restaurant en Curry Village Dining Pizza Deck.
Zijn er historische locaties in de buurt van Yosemite High Sierra Camps?
Veel reizigers bezoeken Indian Village of the Ahwahnee (6,4 mijl).