(with Tank wine, duh 😜)
Entering Yosemite Valley, it’s impossible to not be overwhelmed with high cliffs, deep valleys, tall waterfalls, ancient giant sequoias, and never-ending wilderness. On October 1, 1890, Yosemite became a national park, and more than 125 years later, visitors are still wowed when they turn a corner and catch the first glimpse of Yosemite in all its glory. As you twist and turn through the scenic valley, the first views of the cascading Yosemite Falls are unlike anything else. This is the perfect place for a first stop. Stretch your legs, lay out a Tank Baja Blanket, and enjoy the view.
Don't forget to pack your Tank Logo Flask, a 3-piece bar set that includes two tumblers and a 750ml vacuum insulated flask - enough to fit an entire bottle of wine on your next adventure.
Check out the Mirror Lake Trail for an easy two-mile round trip hike. Mirror lake is perfect for swimming and exploring while looking up at Half Dome directly from its base. You'll be rewarded with views of Tenaya Canyon, Mount Watkins, Washington Column, and more. It is the last remnant of a large glacial lake that once filled the entire Yosemite Valley.
Grab one of our new "Legalize Dreams" Corduroy Hat to keep that blazin' sun out of your view!
The road to Glacier Point opens in late May or early June and closes in November. This road will also be closed for the entire year of 2022 to work on rehabilitating and improving the road so now is the time to go, y’all! The drive alone is beautiful, climbing to the south wall of Yosemite Valley at an elevation of 7,214 feet, 3,200 feet above Half Dome Village.
It's a lil' chilly at the top so don't forget to layer up with our handmade Racing Jerseys.
We fuckin' love our National Parks! Check out our homies over at Parks Project for ways to preserve the parks we love and leave it better than we found it.