Yosemite Winter Lodging
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-30 minutes from the Valley floor,
-15 minutes away from Badger Pass Ski Area,
-35 minutes from Glacier Point,
-30 minutes from the Mariposa Grove
-27-36″ TVs & VCR/DVD combo. (Feel free to bring your own DVDs)
-Free Video Library with VHS and DVD videos
-Pool Tables (in most houses)
-Coffee, Tea Provided
-Indoor & Outdoor Hot Tubs
-Wet Bars (in homes only)
-Fireplaces (or wood-stove)
Retail, Internet and Cell Phone Information.
Please note: Yosemite West is a remote community set just outside the boundary of Yosemite National Park in the Sierra National Forest. There are no stores or restaurants in the immediate area. The closest grocery store or restaurant is 30 minutes away in either Yosemite Valley or Wawona to the south.
Cell phone reception is very spotty and varies depending on which unit you are occupying. The cell phone system in Yosemite was recently upgraded to a 3G system; if your cell phone registers 2 or 3 bars consistently then you will have success logging on to the internet as a personal hot spot if you prefer (if you have that optional service with your cell provider).
Secure WIFI Internet is available in the Yosemite cabin.
This situation is the same at El Portal, Foresta, and Wawona, although there is cell phone reception in Wawona, which is located over an hour from Yosemite Valley
Internet is available at the Wawona Hotel to the south and at the Yosemite Lodge (see the front desk for access codes), Ahwahnee Hotel main building, Curry Village at the Pavilion and Degnan’s Deli in Yosemite Village next to the Yosemite Post Office. The WIFI at Degnan’s is very high speed and very reliable. Cell phone reception is strongest in Yosemite Village at the east end of Yosemite Valley and at Glacier Point. There is coverage at Tuolumne Meadows through Verizon. Specific coverage varies, depending on carrier.
None of the rental units have air conditioning. You will find that most accommodations in Yosemite National Park do not offer air conditioning. There is a ceiling and/or portable fan in every unit to help circulate air. Even on the hottest days the temperature drops considerably after the sun goes down. Simply open your windows and a cool breeze will soon fill your unit.
Prices and availability subject to change without notice. Prices listed are in US dollars.