Yosemite National Park is a wonderful and beautiful place with towering trees, thundering waterfalls and massive granite formations. Set aside as a national park in 1890, Yosemite is a place visited by almost four million visitors each year. Yosemite's goal is to provide the highest level of accessibility to our visitors as possible. Each year has shown marked improvements in both physical and programmatic accessibility at Yosemite.

The staff at Yosemite is working hard to correct and resolve accessibility deficiencies throughout the park. By using principles of universal design, Yosemite is committed to providing physical access to the greatest number of individuals. From designing and building new facilities to the rehabilitation of older buildings, accessibility has become a key component of all projects. The park also offers a free fully accessible shuttle bus service in Yosemite Valley to all park visitors.

  • Accessibility Guide [3 MB PDF] (updated May 2022)
    Describes access to areas, facilities, and services for people with disabilities.
    Also available in a Braille file [ BRF]
  • Deaf Services Program
    This program connects the Deaf community to everything Yosemite has to offer.
  • Park Brochure [25 kb BRF]
    The park brochure is available as a Braille file.
  • Junior Ranger Handbook - Adapted Activities [1.5 MB PDF]
    This version includes Junior Ranger activities have been adapted for children with diverse communication, learning, motor and/or sensory needs, who have difficulty using speech or writing implements.
  • Visual Guide to Visiting Yosemite Valley for People with Aphasia [1.5 MB PDF].
  • Audio description for the park brochure is available using the UniDescription app, available for iOS and Android devices.

Last updated: July 13, 2022

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