Want to hike the
John Muir Trail (JMT)

Want to check out every mile of the JMT in a 360° virtual reality 3.8K video experience?
This is a first of its kind video production and we’re offering it free for a limited time.

Whether it’s training for an upcoming JMT thru or section hike, showing friends & family what the trail is like, or your only chance to get to explore the trail, we hope you enjoy this unique experience.

“The mountains are calling
and I must go.”John Muir
“Not every adventure is for a cause, but there’s always a cause for adventure.”A Cause For Adventure Crew

Here’s a sneak peek of Days 1-3, Yosemite Valley to Tuolumne Meadows, Miles 1-25:

IMPORTANT for iPhone users

If viewing on an iPhone: click “Watch on YouTube” or you won’t see the full 360° experience

Day 1,
Miles 1-8

Happy Isles (Yosemite Valley) to Clouds Rest Junction


  • Yosemite National Park
  • Yosemite Valley
  • Vernal Falls
  • Nevada Falls
  • Little Yosemite Valley
  • Half Dome

Day 2,
Miles 8-18

Clouds Rest Junction to Cathedral Lakes


  • Yosemite National Park
  • Cathedral Pass
  • Matthes Crest
  • Cathedral Peak
  • Cathedral Lakes

Day 3,
Miles 18-25

Cathedral Lakes to Tuolumne Meadows Campground


  • Yosemite National Park
  • Tuolumne River
  • Tuolumne Meadows
  • Lembert Dome
  • Tuolumne Meadows Campground

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360° Video Tips

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    Where to watch

    You can watch these 360 videos on your phone, computer, or a VR headset. These are high resolution 3.8K files, so if using weak cell data service or poor wifi connection, video quality may suffer.

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    Look everywhere

    With our true 360 videos (360×360), you can see 360 degrees side to side and top to bottom. To change the view: move your phone (viewing on cell phone), cursor (on computer), or head (with VR headset). Look around to see the pine needles and the clouds as well as the rivers and mountains directly in front of you. Pro tip: the pine needles are really cool.

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    Get & use a VR headset if possible

    360 videos can be quite an amazing experience, leaving you with the impression and feeling of having been in that place at the time. It is possible to watch these videos on a screen and drag your cursor around, but to get the best immersive experience we recommend viewing these videos on an inexpensive VR headset.

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    Enjoy & share!

    If this is your first time with a 360 video, or even if it’s not, ENJOY! You can pause at any time and enjoy the scenery or re-watch as many times as you like. If you enjoy these first videos, please share the email signup link to a friend. We would love to email them the videos for free as well.