Yosemite National Park is home to some of the most beautiful rock formations in the world. Paired with its beautiful trails and abundant waterfalls, this makes it a mecca for outdoor enthusiasts.
But the towering rock formations also create some danger in the park. Much of that danger is created by massive rockslides.
Heavy rain and snow this past weekend caused a giant rockslide down the face of Sentinel Rock in the park on Monday, which was caught on camera:
Although the incident caused no harm to visitors, it’s a reminder that you’re at the mercy of nature when visiting the park. Always stay alert and never take the power of nature for granted.
Northern California’s Outdoor Digital Newsmagazine