Moonbow is a phenomenon that occurs on a clear night during a full moon when the moonlight gets reflected off of the water creating a faint rainbow. In Yosemite, you can experience this on a full moon night (and on the day before or the day after) in April, May and possibly in June at around 11pm.
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There is parking nearby. Then short hike to the spot.
Crowd Factor Lots of people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime during spring
Sunrise & Sunset 05:38 - 20:14 | current local time: 19:10
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