Zion Mount Carmel Highway reopensThe Zion Mount Carmel Highway through Zion National Park has reopened. On May 22, the sandfall area along the highway was evaluated by park staff and hazard geologists from the Utah Geological Survey. Sand and debris continue to fall. As a precaution, park road and maintenance crews have installed jersey barriers to help keep debris contained. Eastbound queue lines for traffic will begin further west of the tunnel to avoid stopping near the fall site.

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