Officials at Zion National Park have reopened the Angels Landing trail that was closed because of a Saturday rockslide, according to officials.

Park staff learned of the rockslide, which occurred on a steep section of the trail where chains are adhered to the rocks for hand holds, Saturday afternoon, according to a news release. A rock about the size of a refrigerator, as well as several other smaller rocks, are obstructing a very narrow section of the trail, according to officials.

Rock removal began on Monday and was completed Tuesday afternoon, the release states.

No one was hurt or trapped in the slide.