South of the majestic Tuolumne River Canyon, west of the incredible Yosemite Valley–that’s where the 49er gold miners found dazzling wealth by the pan-full and where today’s adventurers still find wide open foothills and forests, and superb outdoor recreation. Two-thirds of Tuolumne County’s 2000 square miles are publicly owned. Stanislaus National Forest logging trails wind hundreds of miles through tall pines and meadows, perfect for mountain biking or hiking. Highway 120 is open year-round to Yosemite National Park and into the valley. Tioga Pass over the Sierra to Highway 395 is closed in winter.
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- Groveland News
- Recreation and Nature
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- Area Churches in Groveland / Big Oak Flathttp://www.wunderground.com/US/CA/Groveland.html
- Romancing the Sierra- Tales and Trails of Yosemite & the Central Sierra part 1
- Romancing the Sierra- Tales and Trails of Yosemite & the Central Sierra part 2