Last Updated: April 19, 2020
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If you know someone who’d rather be in Yosemite National Park than just about anywhere else, these creative Yosemite gifts are a no-brainer. Maybe you left only footprints, but it’s just not true that you can take only memories. How about a pint glass? Or perhaps a silky smooth t-shirt?
The List: 19 Awesome Yosemite Gifts
This anatomically correct topo map is made from 100% walnut wood. Run your fingers from Bridalveil Fall to the top of Half Dome.
Hygge wallpaper not included!
Don’t “misunderestimate” the power of sarcasm.
Why hike 5 hours into the backcountry to see Half Dome up close when you can just drink a beer instead?
The ultimate coffee table book for fans of first ascents and the birth of adventure sports.
When you’re standing on the Valley floor in August and the hot sun suddenly cuts through the rain, it smells like this.
Experiences are the best gifts, especially ones that make your hands sweat.
Iron it on for convenience or stitch it on for posterity.
Anderson Design Group nailed it with this original WPA-inspired Yosemite National Park poster.
All of Yosemite with none of the crowds!
Never get lost in the Yosemite backcountry again.
Just add a campfire, hot chocolate, and a splash of whiskey to complete the gift.
Cotton as soft as granite is hard.
If you like your rivers and lakes a paler shade of blue, this is the map for you.
Slip these Yosemite trip tickets into a chocolate bar and wrap it back up.
The Yosemite of your mid-century modern dreams, by Jazzberry Blue.
Keep it simple, sticker!
Handcrafted in wax. Cast in sterling. Painted in black. Worn in style.
Where else are you going to get 25 original illustrations for ten bucks?
Still looking for that perfect Yosemite gift?
Maybe you took a dramatic photo the last time you were there. Get it printed by
Social Print Studio.
Maybe it’s been too long since your last trip. Book a room for two at the historic
Looking to experience Yosemite from the comfort of your couch? Settle in with Ken Burns for
The National Parks – America’s Best Idea.
Or just go there and have a look around for yourself!