El Capitan

The granite formation to the left of Half Dome is El Capitan. This vertical rock formation extends about 3,000 feet (900 meters) from base to summit along its tallest face. View a timelapse of the webcams.

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Skate skiing with an unbeatable view in Yosemite. Photo: Ryan Kelly.
Staff Picks: Winter in Yosemite

What to do when snowflakes (and temperatures) start falling in Yosemite? Read our staff picks for winter activities in the park, and then bundle up and start exploring!

Winter snow transforms Yosemite in this Yosemite Nature Notes Video by Steve Baumgardner
Video: Ski Yosemite

In winter, snow transforms the landscape into a skier's paradise. Learn more in this fun video, part of the Yosemite Nature Notes Series.

Replanting native milkweeds and other native plants supports important pollinators and restores natural habitat in Yosemite Valley. Photo: NPS.
Protecting the lands you love

Yosemite’s habitats support an amazing number of plant and animal species. Learn how your support helps restore habitats throughout the park.

Webcams and Videos

Yosemite Falls

Half Dome

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