Yosemite National Park

In September 2016, I strapped my camera gear on my back and hiked 37 miles in 4 days to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of Yosemite becoming a National Park. The average daily climb was equivalent to the 102-story Empire State Building. Here’s a few of my favorite images…

Tunnel View


Vernal Falls plunges 318 ft down a vertical granite wall


El Capitan at sunset


A view of Royal Arches and Half Dome from Glacier Point


This mule deer didn’t want to share the trail


Many climbers attempt to scale El Capitan’s sheer 3,000ft granite face


Three Sisters and El Capitan

All of the photos you just viewed are available in various sizes HERE

Selfie at Taft Point (elevation 7,503′)


At Sentinel Dome’s peak (elevation 8,123′)


Cathedral Peak in Tuolumne Meadows with my brother (10 hour hike to elevation 10,912′)

Thanks for checking out my photos.

You can see some of Spike’s other trips HERE