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If you’ve ever visited Yosemite National Park, then start flipping through your photos to find an entry for the “Dream Yosemite Adventure” photo contest. And the best part of this contest is that it’s easy. All you have to do is submit a favorite Yosemite photo – there’s no limit on how old it can be – and you don’t have to beg friends to share, like or comment on the photo.

And the grand prize is fantastic! It includes:

  • Three-night stay an Explorer Cabin at Tenaya Lodge
  • Full-Day Yosemite Tour for four
  • Two 90-minute Spa Treatments
  • Two on-site resort activities for four
  • $300 dining credit
  • One tandem jump at Skydive Yosemite

Even better – the new Explorer Cabins and the tour bus are wheelchair-accessible! They really did a great job!

The contest is easy to enter too. All you have to do is share a photo of your Yosemite adventure on Twitter or Instagram.

Then write a caption that tells the judges why this is your favorite Yosemite photo.

And finally, tag #MyTenaya and @TenayaLodge in the post.

Even if you don’t have a social media account, you can still enter the contest. Just go to https://xd.wayin.com/display/container/dc/c4542540-8d14-499f-ac88-ba1f04613aa2/content and upload your photo!

A panel of judges will choose the best photo each week and the lucky winner will receive some Tenaya Lodge swag. At the end of the contest the grand prize winner will be selected from all the weekly winners.

Want to see some of the entries? Then search #MyTenaya on Twitter or Instagram. They have some cool photos, but so far I haven’t seen any of wheelchair-users having a great time in the national park. Let’s change that!

The contest runs through September 27, 2019, and you can enter once a day. So let’s show them some photos of wheelchair-users and slow walkers having fun in Yosemite,

For more information about the photo contest, visit https://xd.wayin.com/display/container/dc/c4542540-8d14-499f-ac88-ba1f04613aa2/details

And if you need ideas of accessible fun things to do in Yosemite, check out my book at www.barrierfreeyosemite.com.

 

 

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