August 23, 2017 Best of the Sierras: Yosemite, Mammoth Lakes & Lake Tahoe

Emerald Bay Sunrise Sunburst - Lake Tahoe - IncAdventures

“Of all the mountain ranges I have climbed, I like the Sierra Nevada the best.” – John Muir If the mountain man himself, John Muir, could come to such a bold conclusion about the Sierras, you KNOW it must be true! The Sierra Nevada Mountain range is a naturalist’s definition of perfection. Year after year, our…
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May 29, 2017 Camping Video: Find Yourself in Yosemite National Park

School’s out, the snow is (mostly) gone, and we’re stoked for Camping season in California once again! Check out this sweet camping video that highlights the best of our 3-day Tour in Yosemite National Park. Camping Video There are parts of the park that many people never see because of time and transportation limitations. It’s…
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April 6, 2017 FAQ: Yosemite Day Tour Pickup

In order to decrease needless time in the vehicle and add value to your trip, Incredible Adventures has consolidated pick up locations for our Yosemite 1-day tour. Read on to learn why this is the case: Why do you consolidate the pickup locations on the Yosemite day trip? Less Waiting: We’ve listened to our guests’ feedback. By…
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December 22, 2016 Best Tour to Yosemite from SF by TravelMag.com

Incredible Adventure’s 3-day Camping Escape in Yosemite National Park was recently featured on TravelMag.com’s website as one of best tours to Yosemite from San Francisco. While we also provide one and two-day options year round, one of our favorite trips to run from May-October is this 3-day experience! They say 80% visitors to Yosemite National…
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December 12, 2016 11 Winter Activities in Yosemite National Park

Winter in Yosemite can be a chilly, peaceful escape from San Francisco. Sometimes the waterfalls and lakes freeze up, the trees glisten covered in fresh, white snow and a gorgeous, tundra-like wonderland is revealed. Without the rush of the Summer crowd, you’ll find yourself experiencing the beauty and solitude of a special side of the…
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August 11, 2015 Happy 99th, National Park Service!

Grand Canyon South Rim

A bit of history for ya: In 1882, Yellowstone was signed into law as protected land. As some years went by, other monuments and natural/historic areas were recognized, but the management of these properties was assigned to multiple agencies from the War Department to the Forest Service of the Department of Agriculture. In 1915, to…
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November 13, 2014 FAQ: Winter in Yosemite

Q) Do you go to Yosemite year-round? A) Incredible Adventures travels to Yosemite EVERY DAY. Many tour companies around here shut down their Yosemite operations during the snowy winter months, but we’re one of the few that stay operational year ’round! With the exception of Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Years’ Day (the only 3 days we…
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November 6, 2014 Winter with IA

Despite the freakishly warm weather in San Francisco, our summer season at Incredible Adventures is officially at a close! We welcome the shoulder season, as we ease into winter both here in San Francisco, and out on the road in Yosemite National Park and in Wine Country. Our Yosemite 1-Day , Muir Woods and Wine, and Napa & Sonoma Wine…
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August 14, 2014 FAQ: Biodiesel Fuel Surcharge on Yosemite Tours

Dogpatch Biofuels Station

Q. WHAT’S YOUR “FUEL SURCHARGE” ALL ABOUT? WHY DO YOU CHARGE IT? A. Incredible Adventures uses a petroleum-free biofuel fuel. This this isn’t yet common in the industry and isn’t directly influenced by gas prices, but we’re still at the effect of market prices for our fuel, and sometimes even subject to limited supply. The…
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July 22, 2014 Did You Know? Galen Clark Was First Guardian of The Yosemite Grant

Galen Clark Guardian of Yosemite

Galen Clark was the first designated Guardian of Yosemite. After visiting in 1855 as part of a tourist party (which he joined for health reasons after a diagnosis of tuberculosis), he became inspired by the Giant Sequoia trees in what’s now well-known as Mariposa Grove, and spent his next 50 years studying and protecting the…
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