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Yosemite National Park reopens with limited services

March 24, 2011 | 12:53 pm

Lower Yosemite Fall in Yosemite National Park from Cooks Meadow, during a break in the snowstorm that has shut down the area since Sunday. Some roads into Yosemite National Park reopened Thursday morning, pending weather and safety along the highways.

The park is open to visitors until 7 p.m. this evening, and reservations for rooms will be honored.

Yosemite should expand services to the public beginning Friday, contingent upon the weather -- a winter storm warning remains in effect until Friday morning. The park anticipates returning to full operations by Monday.

Times Daily Travel and Deal blogger Mary Forgione has more details on her post: Yosemite National Park: Roads partly reopen; lodgings expected to open Friday

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Photo: Lower Yosemite Fall in Yosemite National Park from Cooks Meadow, during a break in the snowstorm that has shut down the area since Sunday. Credit: Kari Cobb / National Park Service


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