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Glacier Point Yosemite National Park

Instagram photos and videos at Glacier Point Yosemite National Park

If you know me at all, you know I love Yosemite & all the national parks - so here are some snaps from the most beautiful place in America. Happy Earth Day! 🌎
Happy 🌎 day! Can't wait for a few pit stops like this this summer 🀩
*Repost from 2017* Photo of the hubs taking in nature’s beauty-by far one of the most beautiful places I’ve been. Happy Earth Day! #love.nature.respect
What are you doing this Earth Day? 🌎We love getting out to Yosemite to hike and connect with nature. Along any trail we hike, we pick up trash and leave nature as it is #leavenotrace Pictured here, is Glacier Point. You can access it by car and head to the many short trails along the area. Please be sure to do something for our beautiful Mother Earth today, and everyday. πŸ“Έ @flowerchild_g28  #earthday #nationalparks #hike . . . . . #natureconservancy #yosemitenationalpark #glacierpoint #nature #keepitwild #californiacaptures #beautifuldestinations #earthpix #ig_photooftheday #naturelovers #optoutside #neverstopexploring #camping #hiking #wildcalifornia #nationalparksforall #traveler #wanderlust
Photo op provided by Mother Earth (but captured by @pineapple_dave) #earthday #optoutside
Circa 1998 - Yosemite National Park Round 2 - Three Day Backpacking Valley Floor to Glacier Point to Nevada Falls to Vernal Falls #glacierpoint #yosemite #vernalfalls #nevadafalls #panoramatrail #backpackyosemite
Happy Birthday to one of the most amazing humans in history! John Muir was born April 21, 1838 – died December 24, 1914 also known as "John of the Mountains" and "Father of the National Parks". He was a naturalist, author, environmental philosopher, glaciologist and early advocate for the preservation of wilderness in the United States. #johnmuir
I was too chicken to sit on the edge this time... next time I got it πŸ’ͺ🏼
Yosemite 🌍  #thinkworldtravel  Cc: @scottcbakken
officially starting my national parks road trip countdown in honor of #parkweek t-6 weeks
Stunning phenomenon!! __ @gregharlowmedia
John Muir was born on this day in 1838. As one of America’s most famous naturalist and conservationist, Muir fought to protect the wild places he loved, places we still visit today. On this first day of National Park Week comment below to share your favorite Muir quote πŸ‘‡ β›° “Keep close to Nature’s heart... and break clear away, once in awhile, and climb a mountain or spend a week in the woods. Wash your spirit clean.” β›° @tracey.s_journey at Glacier Point #likeamountaingirl

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