Cathedral Range, Yosemite National Park

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The Cathedral Range is a mountain range immediately to the south of Tuolumne Meadows in Yosemite National Park. The range is an offshoot of the Sierra Nevada. The range is named after Cathedral Peak, which resembles a cathedral spire.

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  • Every area within Yosemite (except the narrow,hairpin turn roads) is fabulous.Cathedral Range is viewed from a distance and great photo op.  more »
  • Granite meets glacial carved lakes. The scenery is astounding and the air fresh and clean. If you love jagged peaks, pristine glacial lakes and maybe the occasional bear sighting, this is the area.....  more »

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