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Stage 1 Fire Restrictions In Place For Yellowstone National Park

fawn fire august 6 2016

Fire restrictions are in effect in Yellowstone National Park, due to extreme fire danger.

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Data Collection For Yellowstone Visitor Use Study Underway

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

For the next week-and-a-half, the National Park Service will be collectind data for a visitor use study.

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Ins and Outs of Camping in Yellowstone National Park

Norris_Campground

Camping in Yellowstone National Park is surely the quintessential American experience.

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PEER Criticizes NPS Over High Visitation Numbers, Call For Visitor Caps

cars at south entrance

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) has come out with a report criticizing the National Park Service over visitor carrying capacities.

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A Yellowstone Lake Kayaking Adventure, Vegan-Style

kayak near yellowstone lake

Imagine kayaking on Yellowstone Lake, exploring the remotest reaches of the lake, far from civilization.

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Yellowstone Geophysicist To Present Old Faithful Findings In Jackson

Old Faithful

Geophysicist Robert “Bob” B. Smith will be presenting new findings on Old Faithful Geyser tonight in Jackson, WY.

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Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel Closed For Next Two Winters For Renovation, Improvements

snowcoaches at mammoth hot spring hotel 2012

The Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel will be closed during the upcoming two winter seasons for substantial remodeling and improvement, according to Rick Hoeninghausen, Xanterra Parks & Resorts‘ director of sales and marketing.

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Yellowstone To Receive $250,000 Grant For Brink of Upper Falls Overlook Project

brink of upper falls canyon september 2015

Yellowstone National Park will receive a $250,000 grant to restore stonework at the Brink of Upper Falls Overlook.

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A Fourth of July Hike Up Mount Washburn

Photo by Liz Kearney (July 26, 2014)

The flowers on Yellowstone’s Mount Washburn trail are the best “fireworks” around—blue, yellow, pink, purple, magenta carpeting the hills and trailsides.

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Spending The Fourth of July in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

With the Fourth of July approaching, Yellowstone National Park wishes to remind visitors that fireworks are not allowed in the Park.

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