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Direct Phone Numbers
June 01, 2016 06:54PM
Has anyone been able to track down direct phone numbers to the various lodging locations in the Valley now with Aramark? Specifically Yosemite Valley Lodge? I used to have the old DNC numbers but now everything online points to the 888 general number and I would like to speak to someone at the front desk.

Thanks for any info!
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 01, 2016 07:53PM
I am assuming you tried the old numbers? Seems odd they would change.
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 01, 2016 08:08PM
I did, it was automated and directed me to the 888 number...
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 01, 2016 08:44PM
Did you try these two? 209-372-1274 209- 372- 1273
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 02, 2016 05:03PM
That first number worked- thank you!

I had tried that number before and it was a recording but this time it worked. Got through to the desk-

Yipeee
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 02, 2016 08:03PM
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lilagray
That first number worked- thank you!

I had tried that number before and it was a recording but this time it worked. Got through to the desk-

Yipeee
I am glad that one worked, I got it years ago from the front desk.



Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/02/2016 08:04PM by parklover.
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June 03, 2016 01:04AM
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parklover
Did you try these two? 209-372-1274 209- 372- 1273

All numbers for Yosemite landline numbers start with the 37x prefix.

For any Yosemite old timers, do you know what was the official prefix NAME for the 37x- prefix?



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Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 03, 2016 05:27PM
There are some that have 379 like the Hetch Hetchy entrance station. I don't know what the name was.
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June 03, 2016 07:08PM
I found out reading some old Yosemite guidebooks. It's a very appropriate name: FRontier. So how one would originally call the Yosemite Lodge would have been by telling a telephone operator to connect with FRontier 2-1274. grinning smiley



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Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 06/03/2016 10:41PM by plawrence.
Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 03, 2016 09:40PM
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plawrence
I found out reading some old Yosemite guidebooks. It's a very appropriate name: FRontier. So how one would originally call the Yosemite Lodge would have been by telling a telephone operator to connect with FRonteir 2-1274. grinning smiley
That is cool that is it frontier. Growing up we were GR and then the number but I don't remember if GR had a name.
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June 03, 2016 10:47PM
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parklover

That is cool that is it frontier. Growing up we were GR and then the number but I don't remember if GR had a name.


Back in the day it did. According a Wikipedia article on the topic, it could have been on of the following names: GRanite, GReenfield, GReenleaf, GReenwood, GRidley, GRover

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Telephone_exchange_names



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Re: Direct Phone Numbers
June 04, 2016 07:46AM
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plawrence
I found out reading some old Yosemite guidebooks. It's a very appropriate name: FRontier. So how one would originally call the Yosemite Lodge would have been by telling a telephone operator to connect with FRontier 2-1274. grinning smiley
Yea, or by saying FR2-1274.
I remember my phone number from my childhood was UL9-xxxx. UL stood for Ulysses. When asked for our phone number, we would say UL9-xxxx.
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