Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

Springs in Yosemite

Black Spring

Black Spring is across from Bridalveil Meadow in Yosemite Valley, at mile marker 121.5 on the north bank of the Merced River, 0.8 miles east-southeast of Rainbow View and 1.4 miles west-northwest of Cathedral Rocks. ...

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Fern Spring

Fern Spring is on the south bank of the Merced River, 0.4 miles west of Bridalveil Meadow. ...

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Iron Spring

Iron Spring is at the mouth of Tenaya Canyon on the north bank of Tenaya Creek and a half mile southwest of Mirror Lake. ...

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Moss Spring

Moss Spring is located five miles west-southwest of Yosemite Village in Yoesmite Valley. ...

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Soda Springs

The Soda Springs, a source of naturally carbonated water, was where John Muir and Robert Underwood Johnson conceived the idea of establishing Yosemite National Park. Directions From the Lembert Dome parking area, walk down the gravel road along the ¼-mile self-guided trail to the lodge and Soda Springs. ...

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