Yosemite National Park’s amazing ‘Fireball’

Yosemite National Park’s amazing ‘Fireball’

February 17, 2017

Yosemite National Park's 'Fireball'

Every year during a two week period of time in February and with perfect conditions, you can see the amazing ‘firefal’ phenomenon.

The annual ‘firefall’ happens at Yosemite National Park, when the setting sun hits Horsetail Fall waterfall just right, to glow like lava.

Then the 1,500 feet of melted snowfall, glow bright orange, all the way to the bottom of the waterfall!

Above, credit Steve Corey


Yosemite National Park's 'Fireball' (3)

Credit Toby Baler


Yosemite National Park's 'Fireball' (2)

Credit itsjimmyh


Yosemite National Park's 'Fireball' (1)

Credit Anita Ritenour

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