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Yosemite Summit Trek
El Capitan, North Dome, Eagle Peak & Yosemite Falls

This trek follows a less populated trail through a beautiful pine forest to the top of North America’s tallest waterfall, rising 2,425 feet above the Valley floor. On the way to camp we will also summit North Dome (which we actually walk down to from our position!) From the top of Yosemite Falls, we leave camp behind for the day and take light packs to the more moderate hike of El Capitan. The granite monolith is about 3,000 feet from base to summit, offering stunning views of Taft Point, Dewey Point, Half Dome, and Clouds Rest. On the way back from the summit, we will take the extra mile to the summit of Eagle Peak, which has views even more astounding than El Capitan itself! Eagle Peak is the highest of the Three Brothers, a rock formation, above Yosemite Valley. John Muir considered the view from the summit to be "most comprehensive of all the views" available from the north wall! This Trek offers the chance to see Yosemites wonders from above the crowds!




This trek follows well maintained trails and has a moderate to challenging hiking distance of approximately 8 miles per day. Due to the elevation gain this trek is considered a moderate to challenging Level 3-4 hike. Weight carried will be between 30-35 lbs per person. The hike to El Capitan and Eagle Peak will be done in lighter daypacks to make this a more manageable "Basecamp" style trek!


Whats Included?

  • Top-of-the-line tent, backcountry sleeping pad and multi-day backpack, headlamps, utensils and poles.

  • High quality, synthetic sleeping bag (Laundered after every use- $15 cleaning fee) – or bring your own!

  • Breakfast, lunch, and 4-course dinner prepared by your guide while in the field.

  • Professional local mountain guide certified as Wilderness First Responder, Food Handling & Leave No Trace Principles with years of professional and personal wilderness experience and a passion for leading others.

  • Wilderness and National park backcountry camping permits.

  • Bear canisters for food storage.

  • Water Filtration systems- all water filtered by your guide!

  • Emergency equipment including an extensive first-aid kit and satellite communication device (InReach Explorer).

  • For Yosemite National Park Treks: Mandatory 5% national park fee that passes through directly to Yosemite.

  • A discount of 10% off any TrekSierra trip after your first!


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