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Yosemite Valley flooding April 7 2018

Yosemite Valley has reopened. Park crews are continuing to clear water, rocks, and debris from roads in Yosemite Valley. Yosemite National Park staff are assessing the impact and potential damage to infrastructure due to storm activity. Visitors to Yosemite Valley should expect delays on roads as Park Staff work to clean up from the storm. Motorists are advised to drive with caution in work zones. Some services may be closed or delayed due to flooding impacts.

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Yosemite Valley Reopening Today at 9:00AM

Although the Ferguson Fire is still burning in the park, Yosemite Valley will reopen at 9:00AM on August 14, 2018. Access to

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Yosemite Closed Indefinitely as Ferguson Fire Nears 120

Highway 120 and the Big Oak Flat entrance are now closed due to the Ferguson Fire. Only the Tioga

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Ferguson Fire Still Raging But Yosemite Valley Set to Reopen

Update: Yosemite Valley will remain closed at least through Sunday, August 5th. The park will continue to assess conditions

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