Yosemite’s Iconic Firefall In Northern California Will Be Visible For Two Weeks In 2020

It’s that time of year again! Yosemite National Park’s famous natural phenomenon, the Firefall, will once again be making an appearance this February. This year, the iconic Yosemite Firefall is expected to be visible for two weeks, so you’ll want to be sure to make time to see it. A strange phenomenon that has turned into a beloved tradition, seeing Horsetail Falls glow as if it’s on fire is truly a once-in-a-lifetime event. Interested in seeing it this year? Read on to learn about all of the details!

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Have you had the pleasure of seeing the Yosemite Firefall before? Tell us about your experience in the comments! Make the most of your time at Northern California’s extraordinary national park and take a look at this list of 7 Little-Known Things To Do On Your Next Visit To Yosemite.

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