Glen Aulin and May Lake High Sierra Camps Open Early with Offers

There’s nothing that can bring out the child-like delight in us all like a trek through Yosemite’s pristine High Sierra. Since Mother Nature surprised us with ideal conditions to be able to open the High Sierra Camps early this year, so why not celebrate by rolling back rates to child prices for everyone?

Couple enjoying the view of Mt. Hoffman from May Lake High Sierra Camp

For select early opening dates at Glen Aulin and May Lake adults can stay for the child’s rate – $89 per night for May Lake and $85 per night for Glen Aulin, for nearly $60 of savings per person! This rate includes your lodging as well as a hearty home-made breakfast and dinner each day of your stay. (Box lunches are available for a small additional fee.) But you have to hurry, because this deal is only good at Glen Aulin through June 21st, and at May Lake for June 22nd through June 28th only!

We’ve also got a great deal for anyone who wants to venture out to Merced Lake High Sierra Camp. Stay 3 or more nights at Merced Lake and pay only $100 per night. This also includes your lodging as well as breakfast and dinner each day. This offer is good for the entire 2012 season!

To reserve any of the High Sierra Camps we highly recommend you go to the High Sierra Camps availability page to double check availability, then press “Apply Now” to fill out the digital reservation request These requests are carefully hand processed in the order they are received. You can also call for reservations at (801) 559-4909.

Terms & Conditions: Rates are per person, and do not include tax or gratuity. Additional costs are associated with additional persons. Offers may not be combined with other discounts, packages, or special offers. No refunds for early check out or unused portions of package. Offers subject to change with NPS approval. Offers not valid for groups of 10 or more.

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