Spend your next Yosemite area vacation in this Swiss chalet-style family home built with massive trestle timbers from historic logging days gone by!
The Trestlewood Chalet is perched on a forested slope above Highway 41, just across from the Yosemite Mountain Sugar Pine Railroad and only 10 minutes from the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park.
It's easy to imagine yourself enjoying the morning sunshine and beautiful mountain
views here from the large living room and deck, then later relaxing with friends
and family after a full day exploring the many natural and historic wonders nearby.
The elevation here is just under 5000 feet; it is nearly always cool and shady in the summer, with comfortable daytime highs that average in the 70's and 80's (~25 degrees Celsius) and cool evenings with average lows in the 50's and 60's (~15 degrees Celsius) . There is very little or no rain during the summer months. The low humidity means your towels and swimsuits will air-dry quickly.
Spring and early Fall feature striking forest colors and wetter weather. In late Fall, Winter and early Spring the forest takes on a special, more rugged beauty not available during the warmer months. Then you should expect rapidly changing weather conditions and be prepared for snow!
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