9,943′ Tioga Pass in Yosemite, CA will fully open tomorrow at noon, according to Yosemite’s superintendent.
Tioga Pass allows easy access to some of the best skiing and riding in North America. Tioga Pass also allows easy access to Mammoth from the Bay Area and Central Valley. Mammoth tickets are $49 right now if you have a season pass to another California ski resort.
“We would like to thank all of our road crews, as well as our partners in Mono County and Caltrans, for all of their hard work in clearing the road for the opening tomorrow. Visitors are urged to travel with caution, as there will be ongoing roadwork and the possibility of ice in some places, especially in the early morning hours.” – Don Neubacher, Superintendent at Yosemite
- Monitor Pass (hwy 89) is fully open
- 8,730′ Ebbetts Pass (hwy 4) is fully open
- 9,624′ Sonora Pass (hwy 108) will open tomorrow at noon
- 9,943′ Tioga Pass (hwy 120) will open tomorrow at noon
All campgrounds off Tioga Pass road will be closed. All commercial services will remain closed as well.
Mobile Mart and the Whoa Nellie Deli will be firing, though, at the junction of highway 395 and highway 120.