Trail Rehabilitation & Access

Restored trails allow access to Yosemite’s many wonders.

Trail Rehabilitation & Access

Whether you’re taking a stroll in a quiet forest, climbing through the spray beside a world-renowned waterfall or trekking over mountain passes, trails are the best way to experience Yosemite’s breathtaking landscape. With your support, crews keep the park’s 800-mile trail network in top condition through restoration projects that protect natural resources and provide safe access to stunning viewpoints, serene lakes, high peaks and more.

Restore the historic Washburn Trail to connect hikers to the Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias in Yosemite.

Restore the historic trail to connect hikers to the Mariposa Grove

Yosemite’s California Conservation Corps crew restore trails to protect the Merced Watershed.

California Conservation Corps crew restore trails and develop skills

California Conservation Corps trail crews are restoring the iconic trails along the Tuolumne River Watershed.

Restoring trails along the Tuolumne River in Yosemite’s “grand canyon”

California Conservation Corps trail crews are restoring the trail system around Tenaya Lake, Yosemite’s high country “jewel.”

Support from Conservancy donors is helping restore the trail system around Tenaya Lake, Yosemite’s high country “jewel.”

California Conservation Corps trail crews are restoring the Pioneer History Center Trail in Wawona.

California Conservation Corps trail crews are restoring the Pioneer History Center Trail in Wawona.

The restoration of Bridalveil Fall will enhance the visitor experience and protect surrounding habitat.

Enhancing the visitor experience at Bridalveil Fall.