Yosemite reopens Saturday after snow closure

By: Roger Coryell
Cabin at Tenaya
Photo by Tenaya at Yosemite.

After being closed for three weeks due to excessive snowfall and damaging storms, Yosemite is finally set to reopen this Saturday March 18. Visitors are advised to bring warm, waterproof clothing and vehicle chains, as more weather is expected in the area.

It’s worth noting that although the smaller roads will remain closed, the main roads have been cleared, and snow has been plowed in the upper elevations.

For travelers with furry friends, Yosemite National Park allows dogs in certain areas of the park as long as they are on a leash no longer than six feet. Dogs are prohibited on trails, in the wilderness, or on shuttle buses. However, there are a variety of pet-friendly accommodations available at Tenaya Lodge.

Located near the park’s southern entrance, Tenaya at Yosemite offers many amenities, including a spa, pools, and restaurants. With a variety of pet-friendly rooms and cabins, Tenaya Lodge is the perfect choice for travelers looking to bring their pets on their Yosemite adventure.

We recommend you take advantage of this opportunity to visit Yosemite National Park with your furry companion. Plan your trip accordingly and prepare for breathtaking scenery and outdoor adventures!


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