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Full Moon Bike Ride

Full Moon Bike Ride

Venture on a leisurely bike ride under the moonlight. Travel along paved bike paths in Yosemite Valley as you investigate the night sky and nightlife in Yosemite.

The Details

When and where

2015 Dates: TBD

Program occurs within Yosemite Valley. Exact location will be provided upon ticket purchase.  

2 hours.

Advanced registration is required. You can purchase your tickets at any Tour & Activity Desk or call 209-372-4FUN (4386). Tickets cannot be purchased at time of program.

$15.00 per participant 
$60.00 Family Rate (4-6 participants)
$10.00 Bike Rental 
Bike rentals are available for both adults and children.

Space is strictly limited to 14 participants. The ride is recommended for adults and children ages 8 and above. Children under age 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Bike trailers are available for use for participants with young children. Participants with medical conditions that preclude bike riding in dark and/or cold conditions are advised not to attend, and staff reserves the right to refuse participation due to medical conditions. Basic bike riding and stopping skills are required to attend. All minors must wear bike helmets per park regulations.

What to bring
Please dress for the weather including comfortable, close-toed footwear. As evening temperatures are much cooler than daytime temperatures, we suggest you bring windproof and warm layers, including gloves, hats, etc. In addition, please bring water, snacks, and a flashlight. Bike lights are provided.

We can accommodate various special needs with advance notice. We have assistive listening devices for those who are hard of hearing or, potentially, an interpreter for participants who are Deaf. The program is not wheelchair accessible. There are tandem and hand-crank bicycles available for those who need them. If possible, please inform us of any needs before the program.

Cancellation policy
Cancellations may occur due to safety concerns or adverse weather conditions. Cancellations will not occur until program start time and only onsite. Rain or snow is not a guarantee of cancellation. In the case of cancellation, you are encouraged to book another day or receive a refund at any Tour & Activity Desk.

Call Delaware North at Yosemite Interpretive Services at 209-372-1153.

Other Interpretive Programs
This is just one of many Yosemite interpretive programs available to guests. For more information, please visit For specific information regarding other evening programs, please visit

Additional Information
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