FourFourSeconds ago, the National Park Service held its annual conference in San Francisco.
During the conference, officials discussed how the agency was trying to revitalize its visitor experiences in the park.
One theme that came up during the discussion was the importance of getting people to experience Yosemite.
In its presentation, the agency said it is “very important” that people come to Yosemite because “the park’s unparalleled biodiversity, pristine wilderness, natural beauty, and pristine landscapes make it one of the most accessible places on Earth.”
It also said that the “great outdoors” make it a “truly American place” to visit.
In the coming months, the park service is working on how to get people to explore the park in a more natural way.
The agency said the agency is exploring ways to make the park more accessible by offering more information on the park and by bringing visitors to the park via its interactive tour.
Some of the new ways the park is trying to make visitors feel at home include bringing the National Museum of Natural History to the visitor center and opening a second, more extensive visitor center to accommodate more visitors.
The new visitor center will be located in the “wilderness” section of the park, a section of park that the National Recreation and Park Service has designated as a “wild” section.
The park service said it has also created a new program that allows people to learn about the park through a variety of activities, including a program called “Hiking the Yosemite” that will offer guided hikes through the park on an app.