Current Travel Conditions
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Jennifer Rapoza

Travel Alerts

Current Road Conditions in Tuolumne County:

Updated: 5/17/2022, 2:00pm

This information is generally only updated Monday through Friday during normal business hours as needed. Call the numbers listed for the most current information.

Highway 108/Sonora Pass:

Highway 120/Tioga Pass:

Call CalTrans for current conditions, 1-800-427-7623.
Or View QuickMaps or Current Road Conditions

Call Yosemite National Park for current conditions: 209-372-0200;
press 1, then 1 again.

  • OPEN. Sonora Pass is open for the season.
Call CalTrans for the most current information and chain control and closure locations as they can change.

  • Highway 120 East /Tioga Pass: This route is closed for the season.

  • Highway 120/The Big Oak Flat Road into Yosemite Valley is open year-round, but occasionally closes temporarily depending on conditions. Call ahead for current information.

  • The Hetch Hetchy Road is open year-round but may temporarily close due to storms. Call ahead.

    Check for updates as conditions can change at anytime. 

Please protect wildlife by obeying speed limits. 

A reservation will be required to drive into Yosemite National Park from May 20 through September 30, 2022, for those driving into the park between 6 am and 4 pm. The temporary reservation system will help manage congestion and provide a quality visitor experience while numerous key visitor attractions are closed for critical infrastructure repairs.

Those entering Yosemite on regional transit or with a tour group do not need an additional park reservation.

Check out our tips for how to get a reservation for Yosemite National Park!

View area webcams and air quality information, click here.

Weather forecasts from the National Weather Service:

Sonora, California

Twain Harte, California

Pinecrest, California

Groveland, California

Hetch Hetchy Reservoir, Yosemite National Park

Yosemite Valley, Yosemite National Park

✔️Make sure your chains are not dragging from your vehicle or RV while driving
✔️Don't park a vehicle over dry grass
✔️Only have campfires in designated areas and know the regulations for your location
✔️Properly extinguish campfires by drenching it in water (even if it looks extinguished there could be embers)
✔️Keep wind conditions in mind before having a campfire
✔️Don't burn food or trash in a campfire
✔️Personal fireworks are prohibited in Tuolumne County

Click here for more tips for a safe and happy visit.

Be Prepared:

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