Tuolumne County is your place for your adventure this fall and winter. Whether you choose Yosemite, the High Sierra, Gold Country or all 3, the experience is sure to please. Just 2 ½ hours east of the San Francisco Bay Area, Tuolumne County is easily accessible for all-season fun and adventure with endless outdoor recreation, sightseeing and more.
Discover Adventure in Gold Country
Fish, boat and camp at gorgeous Sierra Foothill reservoirs and hike on countless miles of scenic trails. Don’t miss visiting Tuolumne County’s historic towns and Railtown 1897 and Columbia State Historic Parks, which are alive with authentic vibes of a bygone era. Here’s the really exciting news! The Wild West Bass Trail Pro/Am Tournament is coming to Tuolumne County’s Don Pedro Reservoir for the first time, March 2-4, 2018!
Experience the Fresh Chilled Air of the High Sierra
Dodge Ridge Ski Resort offers skiing and snowboarding minus the crowds of massive ski complexes for more time and relaxing experiences on the slopes. For those not into skiing, but still want to play in the snow, Leland High Sierra Snow Play’s groomed tubing hill is the perfect spot for families. Or, for a more remote adventure, explore snowshoeing, cross-country skiing and snowmobiling trails that lead into the wilderness on the Stanislaus National Forest.
Explore an Uncrowded Yosemite and Points Near
Embrace the beauty of the least crowded half of Yosemite National Park. Enjoy a fall hike around Hetch Hetchy Reservoir or come in winter and enjoy dozens of miles of nordic trails beginning near Crane Flat, leading into the quiet serenity of Yosemite wilderness. The adjacent Stanislaus National Forest also features trails for fall hiking and biking and winter snowshoeing and cross-country skiing.
We’ll Help Plan Your Visit
Call us at (800) 446-1333 for help planning your trip and to request your FREE vacation planner or go to VisitTuolumne.com.
Last modified: November 1, 2017