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Yellowstone

All Yellowstone Entrances and Roads Now Open, But Construction Will Mean Delays for Park Visitors

All Yellowstone Entrances and Roads Now Open, But Construction Will Mean Delays for Park VisitorsDunraven Pass in Yellowstone National Park opened May 21, signaling all of the park's entrances and roads are now open for the 2010 season, but rangers caution spring visitors to be prepared for a wide range of winter and spring weather conditions, including temporary road closures.

As many Yellowstone visitors know, some type of road construction is always in progress inside the park, however increased visitor traffic over the years has taken a toll on roads. Additionally, harsh winter weather and short construction seasons provide additional challenges for road crews.
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Take a Bear Class? You Bet, Says Yellowstone Association’s Jeff Brown, Who Talks About His Surviving a Bear Mauling to Encourage Hiker Awareness

Take a Bear Class? You Bet, Says Yellowstone Association’s Jeff Brown, Who Talks About His Surviving a Bear Mauling to Encourage Hiker Awareness Seeing a bear-even taking a photo of one-is on the vacation checklist of many people planning a trip to Yellowstone or Glacier National Park, but ask a ranger or naturalist expert and they will tell you that bears are big, powerful animals and are no...
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Yellowstone Association Buys 80-Acre Parcel Bordering Yellowstone Park for New Campus

Yellowstone Association Buys 80-Acre Parcel Bordering Yellowstone Park for New Campus A prime 80-acre parcel on the northern border of Yellowstone National Park offering stunning views of the Mammoth Hot Springs area and the surrounding mountains has been acquired by the nonprofit Yellowstone Association for $2.25 million.

The property...
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Parks Seek Public Comment On New Winter Use Proposal

Parks Seek Public Comment On New Winter Use Proposal Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are seeking public comment on a new plan to guide the management of winter use in the parks.

The previous plan was rejected by a federal judge in Washington, D.C., in September. Neither snowmobiles nor snowco...
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Yellowstone's Visitor Services And Roads Transition To Fall And Winter Seasons

Yellowstone's Visitor Services And Roads Transition To Fall And Winter Seasons It's that time: Fresh snow on mountain peaks, overnight freezing temperatures, and the bugling of bull elk are all signs that fall has arrived in Yellowstone National Park, and that winter isn't that far behind.
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