How yosemite was formed

Yosemite National Park is a national park and it is like a portrait. It is very beautiful place. This is situated in portions of Tuolumne, Mariposa and Madera counties in Northern California. The park, which is maintained by the National Park Service and it covers an area of 747,956 acres. 4 million people visit the place every year. This place looks like a part of haven.
The formation of Yosemite: Prior to the elevate of the Sierra Nevada, rivers were on the same level. Since, the river cut quicker, the side streams cut gulches to it. Afterward the ice age, the waterfalls now chop from Droopy valleys.
Yosemite’s waterfalls are the cause of changing the seasons of that place. Many are nursed by the waters from tender snows, but a summer thundershower may transport 400 of falls that leap from vale walls only to live temporarily and then vanish.
Nearly all of the waterfalls of Yosemite Valley convert dry before the summer ends. The cause for this is that they are nourished by water from the snowfields upstairs, and as the snow dissolves, it is in a terrain that is so stony that little of the water steeps in. When the snow is vanish, then it becomes water.