Yosemite Valley, CA– Electrical power was restored to Yosemite National Park Saturday.
The park has been without power since Sunday, March 20th, after a severe winter storm affected the area.
The winter storm dropped several feet of new snow on Yosemite National Park over the last week causing snowy and icy conditions on the roadways, downed trees on the roadways, landslides, and damage to the electrical power lines throughout the park and surrounding communities.
All roads into Yosemite National Park are open, pending weather and safety along the roadways. This includes park entrances via Highways 120, 140, and 41. All park services are fully operating at this time except for the Yosemite Valley campgrounds, which will open back up to the public on Monday, March 28th.
For 24-hour road conditions in Yosemite National Park call 209-372-0200. Road conditions outside of Yosemite National Park can be found by calling 1-800-427-7623.
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