Cook's Meadow Loop

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  • Address: Yosemite Valley, CA 95389, USA, Yosemite National Park, United States
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Tags: Hiking Trail, Family And Kids, Nature

Let the imagination of your wandering soul run wild at the Cook's Meadow Loop, your perfect place for an escape, with the best that nature can offer. Located in the Yosemite Valley, California, this is an all-weather attraction that pulls flocks of travellers all year through. From an excellent view of the roaring Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, to an easy hiking trail, this place will offer you a dozen of options to hone your astrophotography and photography skills. Also, don’t miss the serene lagoon by the bridge, the blooming wildflowers, and the lush meadows throughout the trail. After you have had enough of nature’s bliss, also check the Yosemite Village Store at the Cook's Meadow Loop.

How to Reach Cook's Meadow Loop

  • Rented car / Taxi

  • Cook's Meadow Loop Address: Yosemite Valley, CA 95389, USA, Yosemite National Park, United States
  • Cook's Meadow Loop Timing: 24-hrs
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  • 8.91% of people who visit Yosemite National Park include Cook's Meadow Loop in their plan

  • 50% of people start their Cook's Meadow Loop visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 30 Minutes to see Cook's Meadow Loop

Thursday, Saturday and Sunday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Cook's Meadow Loop

People normally club together Taft Point and Yosemite National Park Rd while planning their visit to Cook's Meadow Loop.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Cook's Meadow Loop Reviews & Ratings

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  • This is an awesome mostly flat day hike/ walk trail. And mostly shady along the way which makes it even more pleasant. And be prepared to get your feet wet in a nice little stream you cross over. Nice little bike ride.

  • Nice winding hike if you don't mind taking the longer route to Yosemite Falls from the shuttle drop off point. The route goes to the right. You'll end up going full circle once you get to the fall. Go left, the road is paved and wide, if you want to get there faster but you'll miss all the scenery unless you go all the way around.

  • Come in the late winter & bring a jacket! There was over 2' of snow in late March. The mist at Bridal Veil falls made my hands numb, I'll wear waterproof gloves next time. Wear snow boots or hiking boots so your not worried about water getting inside your sneakers. Why should you come before the spring? SMALL CROWDS & plentiful parking! :) After 2 pm I noticed more people, perhaps late arrivals? It wasn't hard to get people to stand back to let you take photos with your friends. There were enough people to ask someone to take your photo, but not so many people that it was hard to take photos. I saw plenty of hard core campers, sleeping in their tents in the snow! There was still some space for more tents & the RV sections had very few RV's.

  • A beautiful car stop but could get busy at times, with people trying to get pictures.

  • Best place to watch the climbers, especially at night when their lamps light up on El Cap.

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