Yosemite National Park Firefall
Seeing the Yosemite National Park Firefall avalanche off the cliff in a roaring red stream of sparks and fire is a sight not soon to be forgotten. The Yosemite Firefall was at a time now past a monumental and overly famous attraction in Yosemite National Park. If you are looking to get a Yosemite accommodation in a tent cabin, you will surely hear about the historical Yosemite firefall. Staying in this tent cabin park was at one time the most popular Yosemite accommodation because you were sure to enjoy the Yosemite firefall show.
Every night a park ranger would call up to Yosemite Firefall "Let the fire flow!" and the Yosemite firefall would respond, "The fire is flowing" and the voice would echo throughout the park as Yosemite Firefall poured its flame down the steam and narrow cliff.
Yosemite National Park Firefall - History
The Yosemite Firefall atop Glacier point has been around since around 1871 when first access to the Yosemite Firefall was arranged by James McCauley for a considerable price. Now days though, the Yosemite Firefall is no long provided as a tourist attraction for Yosemite Firefall seekers. However you may still catch the orange glow of Yosemite Firefall reflecting the sunset and there is still many other attractions that compare nicely to Yosemite Firefall such as the many waterfalls throughout the National Park Geology of Yosemite National Park.
Yosemite National Park Firefall - Resources
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