On Tuesday, a group of people from the state of Idaho gathered at the National Park Service Headquarters in Boise to try and stop a massive avalanche from hitting the state.
According to officials, the avalanche was caused by a storm surge.
The snow is expected to be more than 20 feet (5 meters) high and will be a nightmare for hikers and mountain bikers.
The National Park service was forced to open up the park due to the snowstorm, which will be shut down for the next two days until the storm clears.
The park service has set up shelters in several locations across the state, but they are still closed to the public.
Idaho Governor Derek Schmitt is also urging people to stay away from the area, warning that it could be very dangerous.
“The avalanche is a big concern.
I can tell you that it is not a good idea to travel in the mountains at this time,” Schmitt said.
“We’re going to work with our partners to ensure that people can return safely.”
Officials also said that the park service is working to open back up to the park and will open the parks snowmobile ramp to public access on Wednesday.
The avalanche has also caused many injuries and fatalities, according to the National Weather Service.
It was one of the worst snowstorms to hit the state since at least September.
According the weather service, more than 60,000 people were affected by the avalanche.
In addition to the avalanche, there was a major storm surge on Tuesday, according the National Snow and Ice Data Center.
The weather service says that there is a risk of severe flooding and mudslides, but the National Guard has been sent in to help.