It's time for a fun, little hike full of scenic trails and beautiful waterfalls at Little Yosemite in Sunol, CA. The perfect little half-day adventure that really is a hidden gem. Come hike this round trip 2.1 mile route alongside beautiful hiking and trail views. Climb granite boulders and discover the real gem that little Yosemite has to offer. Make sure your clothes can handle the waterfall because it definitely isn't a little Yosemite hike without taking a waterfall pic! Such a beautiful way to spend part of your day. A place where creeks, waterfalls, hiking, and nature all intermingle in a not so, little way! :)
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I love bringing my daughter and Scotty to Little Yosemite. It offers an incredible hike, fresh cold stream, shade, and a killer workout. Very family friendly. We always make new friends when we visit.
A decent place to hike, not recommending to bring a stroller (because I brought one 🤦♂️). Yes I brought my kids with me as well, review’s says their are trails for kids as well but for kids not toddlers. There is a visitor center and the day we went we didn’t need to pay an entry fee. The trails are plenty here. We stayed on the rock trail path that a vehicle can drive through. Their was another trail by the stream but again I brought my little ones and it was difficult because the stroller had no clear way for it to stay on all tires the whole time. There are higher trails also not recommend for kids inexperienced because it gets pretty steep. But we did make it to little Yosemite falls, a bit of a climb up and down to get to it if your trying for a closer picture. You’ll leave the stroller behind to get to it. Overall experience great, would been better if I knew wagons/strollers will be very uncomfortable. Will come back when my littles ones don’t need wheels on this hike.
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Rules & Safety
Parking: $5/seasonal, weekends and holidays. $4 per trailered vehicle. Buses: $25/per bus.
Dogs: $2 per dog. Guide/service dogs free