The John Muir Trail begins in Yosemite National Park and the finale is at the highest peak in the continental US, Mount Whitney. Between those two landmarks is a 210-mile trail with breathtaking views of picturesque mountains, serene lakes and pools, awe-inspiring waterfalls, and much more. To hike through The John Muir Trail is a right of passage and a once-in-a-lifetime achievement for many.
In 1938, Ansel Adams and the Sierra Club published a book that reflected the incredible grace and grandeur of California’s Sierra Nevada wilderness. The book, Sierra Nevada: The John Muir Trail has stunning reproductions from some of Ansel Adam’s favorite photographs along the trail.
The Ansel Adams Gallery welcomes you to explore the trail and get lost in it. Along the trail, you will find landmarks and locations of several Ansel Adams Original Photographs. Click the pinpoint or use the drop-down menu and it will guide you to more information about that specific spot.
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