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DO Go Chasing Waterfalls in Tuolumne County

Katie Kirkland | 03/13/2019 | Exploring Tuolumne County, Family, Hiking, Outdoor Adventure, Parks - 6/19/19, Sights, Trails, Wine and Cider Tasting, Yosemite National Park

Spring brings wildflowers, waterfalls and longer days to explore the abundance of adventure in Tuolumne County. This winter season has brought us a wealth of snow and rain, leaving us in awe of the local watering holes. The High Sierra snowfall will extend the lifetime of our waterfalls, making this year one for the books. There’s no better time than NOW to hit the trail and chase some waterfalls. Here’s a few favorite local gems you won’t want to miss on your spring visit to Tuolumne County.

California’s Gold Country will be in full bloom, capture the painted hills with a hike through the Red Hills and Table Mountain, or from the cab of an 1897 State Historic Park Wildflower Train.

Stroll through the blossoming apple orchards at Indigeny Reserve and taste their organic hard ciders.

Be wild and free like the falls that flow lavishly from the snow melt in the High Sierra or Yosemite’s lesser known areas of Hetch Hetchy or the Grand Canyon of Tuolumne. Where some have lost count of the waterfalls discovered.

Pioneer all the bloomin’ areas of Tuolumne County in late spring with the Epic High Sierra Loop, the road trip through the Gold Country and High Sierra via Highway 108 and Yosemite National Park’s Highway 120.

For more waterfall inspiration, check out:

Waterfalls MapFind Waterfalls in Tuolumne County and Yosemite 

Visit to find lodging, including quaint B&Bs, cabins and more, for your trip to Tuolumne County.

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