Please note that while Yosemite remains open during the federal government shutdown, services and facilities are very limited, and certain areas of the park are closed. For more information, please refer to the National Park Service and the Department of the Interior: visit www.nps.gov/yose and www.doi.gov/shutdown.

As the impact of the government shutdown continues to be felt, Yosemite Conservancy remains committed to supporting Yosemite National Park.

Click here for more information on the availability of Yosemite Conservancy programs and services during the shutdown.

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.

California Conservation Corps members (ages 18–25) learn valuable skills while restoring front- and backcountry trails in southern Yosemite. Photo: Courtesy of NPS

California Conservation Corps members (ages 18–25) learn valuable skills while restoring front- and backcountry trails in southern Yosemite.

Young adults transform miles of trails during five months of hands-on learning and stewardship with the California Conservation Corps. Photo: Courtesy of NPS

Young adults transform miles of trails during five months of hands-on learning and stewardship with the California Conservation Corps.

Complete critical repairs on popular Yosemite Valley trails, including the Mist, Four Mile, Yosemite Falls and John Muir trails. Photo: Yosemite Conservancy/Keith Walklet

Complete critical repairs on popular Yosemite Valley trails, including the Mist, Four Mile, Yosemite Falls and John Muir trails.