There will be three ways to get into Yosemite Valley starting at 9:00 a.m., but the most popular route up, Highway 41 and through tunnel view, is still not accessible.
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It comes as Wawona and the recently renovated Mariposa Grove of Giant Sequoias reopened to visitors on Monday, along with the Yosemite West area.
The fire has burned 96,606 acres since it broke out on July 13, with containment now at 86 percent. More than 1,000 fire personnel are working around the clock to fully contain the blaze by Wednesday.
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.@YosemiteNPS ENTRANCE VIA STATE ROUTE 140 NOW OPEN— Caltrans District10 (@CaltransDist10) August 14, 2018
The entrance to Yosemite via Mariposa County is now open after a roughly month-long closure due to wildfire. Yosemite Valley will open to visitors at 9:00 a.m. today. Thank you to all for your patience! #FergusonFire pic.twitter.com/vexNIbFxd7