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The park is shown surrounded by national forest and wilderness lands in the heart of the Sierra Nevada mountain range of California. Roughly oval in shape, like an egg standing on its small end, the park's irregular boundary primarily follows the alpine peaks on the northern and eastern edges with a more angular boundary line to the south and west. The park is roughly the size of the state of Rhode Island. Nearly all wilderness, the park is crisscrossed with hiking trails. There are two primary watersheds, the Tuolumne River to the north and the Merced River to the south. The two watersheds are roughly divided in upper and lower halves by the 59 mile Tioga Road, also known as Highway 120 East. The rest of the roads within the park either run along the western border, such as the Big Oak Flat Road and the Wawona Road, or are spur roads that travel eastward no farther than half way across the distance of the park. The spurs include the Hetch Hetchy Road, The El Portal Road to Yosemite Valley, the Glacier Point Road and the Mariposa Grove Road.

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The legend has symbols for amenities and way finding information. Amenities symbols include a. wilderness permit station (symbol white W in green box), b. food service and lodging (symbol knife and fork), c. restrooms (symbol universal man and woman), d. picnic area (symbol picnic table), e. campground (symbol white tent), f. walk-in campground (symbol black tent). Way finding symbols include a. Yosemite Valley shuttle route (symbol yellow thick line), b. visitor parking (symbol white P in brown box), c. John Muir Trail (symbol long thin dashed lines), d. other trails (symbol short thin dashed lines), e. paved bikeway and foot trail (symbol thin line), f. distance indicator (symbol black text with miles and kilometers). There is a side note that says. Park and use the free Yosemite Valley Shuttle.

The trail originated in Independence, Missouri, crossed the length of the region that is now Kansas, parts of Oklahoma and Colorado, to its terminus in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Unlike other westbound trails traveled by pioneers settling the West, the Santa Fe was primarily a commercial trade route, and it took loaded wagon trains six to ten weeks to travel the 900-mile route. 350c69d7ab


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