Enjoy Yosemite car free! YARTS buses will get you into Yosemite National Park. Once you’re in, there are a wide variety of shuttles to help you get around. Expand your travel options to include one-way hikes and bike rides. See below for Yosemite park shuttles and other services that will let you explore more of this wonderful region.
- Shuttle Service—Park and Ride or Hike
Check out this page for information on the range of public transit service inside Yosemite.
- Yosemite Valley Shuttle System
The National Park Service has another full list of public transit services inside Yosemite.
- Buses are free, and stop at such locations as Half-Dome Village, Yosemite Village, Valley Visitor Center, Camp 4, Pines Campgrounds, Mirror Lake Trailhead, and more!
- Tuolumne Meadows Hikers Bus
The Tuolumne Meadows Hikers Bus is a great way to get to Tuolumne Meadows and hike back down into the valley.
- Tuolumne Meadows Shuttle Bus
The Tuolumne Meadows Shuttle Bus runs frequently during the summer to bring visitors back and forth from Tuolomne Meadows to both Olmstead Point and Tioga Pass. Buses stop at such locations as Lembert Dome, Pothole Dome, Cathedral and Mary Lakes trailheads, and more!
- Yosemite Biking
You can rent a bike in the valley to enjoy the 12 miles of paved bike routes. ADA accessible bikes are also available including hand-crank bikes for those who need to use their upper body to pedal, and two-seater bikes for the visually-impaired.