Heavy snowfall has had a big impact at Yosemite National Park.
The Yosemite Valley received between 18 and 24 inches of snow this week.
It closed roads and brought down trees, which caused power outages.
Lots of park facilities were affected, including housing units and the ski area.
Luckily, there were no injuries reported during the severe winter weather.
But officials must find temporary housing for some concession employees whose housing units were damaged or destroyed.
The National Park Service says park personnel are working long hours to clear up after the storm, but some campgrounds are closed and some visitor services are unavailable.
Those interested in visiting Yosemite soon are encouraged to check the park’s website for updates on what is open and any road closures in the area.