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Getting to Tenaya Lodge

Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite is located 62 miles north of Fresno International Airport (FAT) on California State Highway 41 and 2 miles from the south entrance to Yosemite.

Air Travel Information

Fresno Yosmite International Airport (FAT) - 1.5 hours drive Tenaya (est)

Fresno Yosemite International Airport offers nonstop flights to 11 major cities. Serving this airport are Alaska Airlines (from Portland, San Diego & Seattle), Allegiant (from Las Vegas), American Airlines (from Dallas/Fort Worth, Los Angeles & Phoenix), Delta (from Salt Lake City and United (from Denver, Los Angeles and San Francisco). Visit www.flyfresno.com for more information.

All major rental car companies provide service to Fresno Yosemite International Airport.

Merced Regional Airport Mecready Field  (MCE) - 1 hour, 45 minutes drive Tenaya (est)

Serving this airport is Boutique Air with muliple flights available daily from Los Angeles and Oakland. Visit www.boutiqueair.com for more details.

Rental cars from Avis and Enterprise are available at the Merced Region Airport.

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) - 4 hours drive Tenaya (est)

Serving this airport are the following airlines: American Airlines, Alaska Airlines, Southwest, Frontier Airlines, Jet Blue, Spirit Airlines, Delta Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines and United Express.

Flights from LAX to Fresno Yosemite International Airport are available on American & United Airlines.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) - 4 hour, 30 minute drive Tenaya (est)

Serving this airport are the following airlines: American Airlines, Delta, Frontier, Southwest, United and Virgin America.

Flights from SFO to Fresno Yosemite International Airport are available on United Airlines.

 

Driving Directions to Tenaya Lodge

FROM Fresno Yosemite International Airport to Tenaya Lodge

  • Start out going northwest on E Clinton Way and make an immediate U-turn onto E Clinton Way.
  • In 0.2 miles E Clinton Way becomes N Peach Ave.
  • After 0.8 miles, merge onto CA-180 W.
  • In 2.22 miles take Exit 59B onto CA Hwy 41 N toward Yosemite.
  • Stay on Hwy 41 for 57.8 miles and arrive at Tenaya Lodge at Yosemite, 1122 Highway 41.

Total driving time: 1.5 hours (est).

FROM San Francisco International Airport to Tenaya Lodge

  • Highway 101 South to Highway 92 East, across the San Mateo Bridge
  • Highway 92 East to Highway 580 East
  • Highway 580 East, which transitions into ROUTE 205 East
  • Highway 205 East to Highway 120 East
  • Highway 120 East to Highway 99 South
  • Highway 99 South to Merced
  • In Merced, take Highway 140 East to Mariposa (Yosemite Exit)
  • Upon entering Mariposa, make a sharp right turn onto Highway 49 South
  • Highway 49 South to Oakhurst
  • At the junction of Highway 41 and Highway 49 turn left onto Highway 41 North
  • Continue North to Tenaya Lodge approximately 12 miles.

Total driving Time: 4.5 Hours (est.)

FROM Los Angeles and Southern California to Tenaya Lodge

  • Interstate 5 North toward Bakersfield
  • Interstate 5 and Highway 99 junction, continue on Highway 99 North to Fresno
  • Exit on Highway 41 North to Oakhurst traveling approximately 48 miles
  • Continue North to Tenaya Lodge traveling approximately 12 miles

Total Driving Time: 4 hours (est.)

FROM Sacramento to Tenaya Lodge

  • Highway 99 South to Merced
  • In Merced, take Highway 140 East to Mariposa (toward Yosemite)
  • Upon entering the town of Mariposa, make a sharp right turn onto Highway 49 South
  • Continue on Highway 49 South to Oakhurst
  • At the junction of Highway 49 and Highway 41, turn left onto Highway 41 North
  • Continue North to Tenaya Lodge traveling approximately 12 miles

Total Driving Time: 3.5 Hours (est.)

During the winter months, snow chains may be required on State Highway 41 or Highway 49. For highway information and snow chain requirements, please call 800-427-7623. CABBI will be sure to update all attendees via email of road conditions leading up to the event.

When chain control is in effect, all vehicles (including four-wheel drive) must carry tire chains. In extreme weather conditions, even four-wheel drive vehicles will require chains.

Caution: If using a mapping website for driving directions, do not take Worman Road or Miami Mountain Road. These roads are rural, unpaved roads made for four wheel drive and recreational vehicles only.

 


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