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Liz Kearney

Liz Kearney is a former Yellowstone tour guide and snowcoach driver. She lives in Livingston, Montana, where she covers the park and other news for the daily newspaper, the Livingston Enterprise.

Catching Up With Yellowstone Winterkeeper Jeff Henry

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What comes down must get shoveled off, at least in Yellowstone winterkeeper Jeff Henry’s wintry world.

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Boiling River In Winter Quintessential Yellowstone Experience

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Is there anything better than stripping down to your swimsuit outside in the dead of winter to take a soak in Yellowstone’s Boiling River?

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Yellowstone Employees Celebrate Annual “Winter Olympics”

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As if spending a winter working at Old Faithful isn’t fun enough in its own right, there’s a longstanding tradition of holding an informal “Winter Olympics” among seasonal employees—complete with opening ceremonies, 10 days of contests and events and even a closing ceremony.

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A Winter Ski Trip to Yellowstone’s Tower Fall

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A Saturday afternoon in the park in winter? A great time to ski up to Tower Fall.

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Yellowstone Nursery Recycles Local Christmas Trees

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Even though you can’t cut your Christmas tree down in Yellowstone National Park, that doesn’t mean you can’t recycle one there.

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Ringing In The New Year At Old Faithful

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Only the diehards gathered at midnight around the world’s most famous geyser, Old Faithful.

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How Santa Gets Around Yellowstone National Park

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Rachel Cudmore loves her job in Yellowstone National Park, but every December she loves it just a little bit more.

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Climate Change Projected To Alter Yellowstone Winter Operations

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With declining snowpack predicted throughout the Rocky Mountain West due to climate warming, a recent study suggests snow levels in some parts of Yellowstone won’t be deep or consistent enough to support a full season of over-snow travel as early as mid-century, according to two Yellowstone-area scientists.

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International Workers Gain Valuable Experience In Yellowstone National Park

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With the summer season recently over, Yellowstone National Park’s largest concession company is already beginning the work of hiring employees for next summer.

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Last Sunday of the Season in Yellowstone National Park

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There weren’t many people in Yellowstone Sunday afternoon, but they were all doing the same thing—enjoying the last day before the interior park roads close for the winter.

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