Here’s some facts and a few helpful hints so you can still enjoy Yosemite and not worry too much about the plague. Did I really just say that?
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Some times you have to wonder about what people were expecting when they came to Yosemite.
Crane Flat Campground is closed through Friday August 14th as workers treat the area for fleas which may have led to a child contracting the plague.
The El Portal Road (continuation of Highway 140) into Yosemite National Park will is now open as of 6:00 p.m. this evening to all vehicular traffic. Intermittent traffic delays are possible due to on-going clean-up operations.
Highway 140 from Mariposa into Yosemite has closed due to a mudslide.
A massive sheet of rock has fallen from the vertical face of Half Dome, making one of the most popular routes attempted by climbers in North America even more challenging.
It’s hot and dry and the fire danger is extermely high. To help prevent fires all visitors are being asked to adhere to the following guidelines: No Smoking No smoking below 6,000 feet, except within an enclosed vehicle, a building in which smoking is allowed, a campground or picnic area where wood and charcoal fires are […]
New lightning caused fires: It’s a hot, dry summer and the fire danger is extermely high in the Sierra. Several fires were spawned by last weeks thunderstorms and are now being actively monitored. Most of the fires are small; single tree strikes that amount to less than a tenth of an acre. The fires are […]
The National Park Service (NPS) has selected Yosemite Hospitality, LLC, a subsidiary of Aramark, to receive the new primary concession contract for providing visitor services in Yosemite National Park. The 15-year contract – the largest single concession contract in the NPS – is expected to begin on March 1, 2016, and will include overnight accommodations, […]