Tioga Pass Road through Yosemite Park scheduled to open Thursday, May 27

Yosemite National Park Tioga Pass Road to open Thursday, May 27.

Tioga Pass (Hwy 120) through Yosemite National Park , is OPEN!

Tioga Road (the continuation of Highway 120 through the park) will tentatively open on Thursday, May 27, at 8 am, weather and conditions permitting. Check nps.gov/yose for updates. Please protect wildlife by obeying speed limits.

The Tuolumne Meadows Store, Grill, and Post Office will tentatively open on May 28, conditions permitting.

Some trails starting from the Tioga Road are flooded or covered in snow. Please #RecreateResponsibly and be prepared to turn back if you encounter flooding, snow, or other adverse conditions that you’re not prepared for. Remain on trails through sensitive meadows even if they’re flooded. Wilderness permit reservations for backpackers are available up to four days in advance. Visit https://www.nps.gov/yose/planyourvisit/wildpermits.htm for details.

A reservation is required to drive into Yosemite: https://go.nps.gov/reserve.

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2 Responses to Tioga Pass Road through Yosemite Park scheduled to open Thursday, May 27

  1. Charlie June 12, 2021 at 9:58 am #

    Please update this report on openings at Tuolumne Meadows 2021. Thank you!

     
    • Charles James June 12, 2021 at 1:12 pm #

      Charlie, we’re not clear on exactly what you are asking for. There is a link in the article provided in “Check nps.gov/yose for updates”, in the article for information on status of the park’s facilities, amenities, road conditions, etc. Please look at the link to see if it answered your question Unlike “State of the Inyo” from the PIO for Inyo Nation Forest, we do not get anything like it from Yosemite, although we will contact them just to see if they might. Looking back into our archives, we can’t find a single example of our reporting on the status of Tuolumne Meadows specifically as a part of our regular reporting. Thanks for your comment.

       

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