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The oldest building in the valley and very pretty from the outside, but unremarkable on the inside. I expected to find wonderful views of the valley and landmarks from the chapel, but no dice.
Located just off the right of Southside Drive as you drive...More
This is a very attractive (because of its location) little chapel that is just across the road from the Cook's Meadow loop starting point. There is a car park there. It still operates as a church. We saw a service taking place there on a...More
We came across this by accident while walking the Cooks Loop Trail. It's apparently one of the oldest buildings in Yosemite Valley. From the sign outside, it looked like it's still in use, but it was locked while we were there.
A quaint little church (active) in the Valley, easily accessible by foot from the Visitor Center. It is located on the Southside Drive, but easily missed if you're paying attention to the traffic. Great photo op in the early morning.
It's the oldest building in the valley. Surrounded by one of God's most beautiful creations. It's along the Valley Loop hiking trail - or it can be driven to. Culturally significant- this chapel stands the test of time in a gorgeous setting.