Yosemite National Park 2025 Calendar

John Muir lived in the Yosemite Valley, what would become Yosemite National Park, from 1868 to 1873. The attention he won for Yosemite ensured its place as a National Park. Muir wrote, “Nowhere will you see the majestic operations of nature more clearly revealed beside the frailest, most gentle and peaceful things.” The Yosemite National Park 2025 calendar lets you share the spirit of awe Muir felt so clearly almost 150 years ago.

This 2025 monthly wall calendar features: Large blocks for notes | Superb printing quality | Heavy 100-pound paper | Deluxe 11- by 14-inch size


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9781631145476 TM25-54761

Yosemite places featured in this edition include:

~ Windswept snow on frozen Tenaya Lake

~ Majestic and thunderous Bridalveil Fall

~ Yosemite’s remote northern backcountry

~ Vernal Fall on the Merced River

~ Tuolumne River in Yosemite

~ Merced Lake in the high sierra

~ Alpenglow lights the granite dome at Smedburg Lake, Yosemite wilderness

~ Yosemite’s iconic Half Dome

~ Peaks Mount Dana and Mount Gibbs in the Yosemite high country

~ The granite pinnacle of Cathedral Peak above the Tuolumne River

~ Autumn color frames Yosemite Falls, the highest in the park at 2,425 feet

~ The waters of Yosemite Creek crashing down Lower Yosemite Fall

About Londie Padelsky

“I have driven many dirt roads seeking scenic landscapes, and in the process found out-of-the-way outhouses all over the western states. it dawned on me that these little lean-tos told the true history of the area and once they vanished, so would an era reminiscent of the simpler ways of life. “I have hiked, biked, skied, snowshoed, and ridden horseback to capture these extraordinary, humorous, and historic outbuildings. On my photographic journeys abroad, I’ve continued my outlandish search for these decrepit one, two, or three-holers. While tromping grizzly territory in Alaska; backpacking the Haleakala Crater in Hawaii, the fjords of New Zealand, and the jungles of Argentina; and exploring the base of a Chilean volcano, I have found that there is never an outhouse too remote to photograph!” Londie’s book Outhouses: Flushing Out America’s Hidden Treasures by Stoecklein Publishing continues to be a bestseller. a native Californian who has lived in the Eastern Sierras since 1982, Londie’s acclaimed photographs on a variety of subjects have been published in national magazines, books, and calendars.

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Weight 12 oz
Dimensions 11 × 14 × .25 in