Yosemite Closure Extended Indefinitely with Critical Services Buried Under Snow

Yosemite’s Curry Village buried in snow. Photo credit: Yosemite Hospitality

With a blizzard continue to bring massive amounts of snowfall to Yosemite National Park, officials have announced the park will remain closed past its initial March 1 reopening date.

The snow accumulation has become a major issue for National Park Service employees attempting to restore critical services within the park. There is currently no estimated date for reopening.

“Yosemite National Park has experienced significant snowfall in all areas of the park, resulting in snow levels of up to 15 feet in some areas,” NPS wrote on social media. “Park crews are working to restore critical services so visitors can safely return.”

In social media post, they included some incredible images of the famed National Park buried in snow:

Curry Village; Photo credit: Yosemite Hospitality
Yosemite Falls shuttle stop in Yosemite Valley.

We will continue to provide updates when the park announces its reopening date.

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