Yosemite Is For Lovers
Updated: Feb 13, 2019
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Celebrate Valentine's Day in Yosemite with our All Inclusive 3 Day Winter Wonderland Package for $275 per person/per day!
Don't let winter mountain driving deter you from exploring Yosemite for Valentines! Let us do the driving while you and your sweetheart enjoy fewer crowds, bigger waterfalls and excellent snowshoeing over the Valentines Holiday week! Includes transportation from Sacramento, Fresno or the Bay Area, your private guide & driver, all meals, lodging, guided recreation, all adventure equipment and more!
We'll pick you up from the Bay Area, Sacramento or Fresno Area and have lunch before heading into Yosemite for a 2 mile round trip snowshoe adventure into a grove of Giant Sequoias! Afterwards we’ll stop for an incredible dinner for 2 at the new Rush Creek Lodge before taking you to your romantic Yosemite area vacation rental or hotel.
We'll pick you up at 8am for a full day of sightseeing, snowshoeing or hiking in the famed Yosemite Valley. Choose between sightseeing & ice skating, our beginner snowshoe around Mirror Lake or enjoy an adventurous snowshoe up to Vernal Falls! In addition to a hearty trail lunch, we’ll treat you and your darling to a romantic dinner in the Grand Dining Hall of the Majestic Hotel, formally the Ahwahnee.
This amazing trip ends with a day exploring Hetch Hetchy Valley with a stunning 5 mile round trip hike along the granite reservoir to the 1200 foot Wapama Falls! If you're feeling saucy, then we can hike even further to Rancheria Falls before our hearty trail lunch, a leisure hike back and a scenic drive to the city.
We are looking forward to sharing this beautiful season with you and the one closest to your heart, so please contact us today to book your Winter Wonderland All Inclusive Package! Email us at Adventures @EchoCoOp.com or call 209.732.5161 to book! Check out all of our package available throughout the year at www.EchoCoOp.com/packages.
The sun shines not on us but in us. The rivers flow not past, but through us. Thrilling, tingling, vibrating every fiber and cell of the substance of our bodies, making them glide and sing. The trees wave and the flowers bloom in our bodies as well as our souls, and every bird song, wind song, and tremendous storm song of the rocks in the heart of the mountains is our song, our very own, and sings our love. - John Muir, John of the Mountains (1938)