ETW #98 Exploring the National Parks Along California’s Majestic Mountain Loop

Yosemite California

There’s no shortage of experiences to enjoy in California, but one of the best is to explore the three National Parks along the Majestic Mountain Loop. Connecting Yosemite, Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, the Loop is a great way to see the parks as well as the incredible communities nearby.

You can listen to the podcast here on this page or on any of these services: iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Stitcher.

This Week’s Guests

Suzanne Bianco

Suzanne Bianco has been with Visit Visalia for 7 years and serves as the city’s tourism marketing director. She loves a good road trip and exploring off the beaten path places and is always excited to help visitors plan a trip to see Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks and to make their visit special.

For more information on Visalia and to see current travel deals please visit their web site.

Brooke Smith

Brooke Smith is the Director of Public Relations for Visit Yosemite | Madera County. Brooke began her career in hospitality at a well-known resort outside of Yosemite. Her passion for the region propelled her to a position in sales and marketing, where she enjoyed fantastic adventures at the doorstep of a national treasure. This experience furthered her interest in promoting tourism and brought her to southern Yosemite’s premier destination marketing organization, Visit Yosemite | Madera County. Brooke’s love for the outdoors was nurtured when she enjoyed the opportunity of living in Yosemite Valley with her husband and two young children. When she’s not touring with media guests or producing a creative project, Brooke loves to visit parks and travel internationally with her family.

More information about visiting Yosemite.

Resources for driving the Majestic Mountain Loop.

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