Yosemite Falls flows following a February 2012 storm that dropped an inch of snow in Yosemite Valley and about 9 inches at Badger Pass. Yes, you can still call it Yosemite but the National Park Service has announced it is changing names of some of the park’s best-known man-made landmarks in a trademark dispute with ousted concessionaire Delaware North.
Yosemite Falls flows following a February 2012 storm that dropped an inch of snow in Yosemite Valley and about 9 inches at Badger Pass. Yes, you can still call it Yosemite but the National Park Service has announced it is changing names of some of the park’s best-known man-made landmarks in a trademark dispute with ousted concessionaire Delaware North. DNC PARKS & RESORTS AT YOSEMITE
Yosemite Falls flows following a February 2012 storm that dropped an inch of snow in Yosemite Valley and about 9 inches at Badger Pass. Yes, you can still call it Yosemite but the National Park Service has announced it is changing names of some of the park’s best-known man-made landmarks in a trademark dispute with ousted concessionaire Delaware North. DNC PARKS & RESORTS AT YOSEMITE

Warszawski: Names can change, but scenic wonders of Yosemite remain

January 16, 2016 05:38 PM

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