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Default Re: 4th of July camping in Yosemite

Noiso, fish paparazzi are everywhere!
Hey, where you hiking from/too?
The Northern part of the park is pretty quiet in the Fall, leave the main trail and enter a side canyon, you probably won't see a soul for days. Grand canyon of the Tuolumne is less snaky that time of year as well, and awesome. Then, there is the Cathedral Peak/lake area, some extraordinary scenery. Mathes Crest/Cathederal is a preeminant geologic feature.
Has a fishy little lake at it's base too. Enjoy! ("Takes balls, to juggle.")

Jim
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