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Yellowstone National Park Closes for Season

Old Faithful, Nov. 4

A fairly uneventful summer ended with lots of drama and snow, as most gates to Yellowstone National Park were closed for the 2013 summer season today at 8 a.m.

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Yellowstone Visitation Already Over 1M for 2013

South Entrance Opening 2013

We knew it would be a busy summer when crowds descended on the Park in the middle of May, but that’s not necessarily borne out by the Yellowstone visitation numbers as reported by officials.

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Yellowstone North Entrance to Get Extreme Makeover

North Entrance Changes

North Entrance Changes

The historic North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park will have a new look next year, as a new entrance-station complex will allow visitors to pose for a picture at the Roosevelt Arch or proceed directly into the Park.

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New Yellowstone North Entrance Plan Provides Intriguing Options for Entry

North Entrance Changes

North Entrance Changes

A proposed overhaul of the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park would add more entry kiosks and a road reconfiguration allowing folks in a hurry to bypass the Roosevelt Arch -- while decreasing traffic for those who want to enjoy it.

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Yellowstone Visitation Down Slightly Again in January

Cross-Country Skier

Cross-Country SkierFewer folks visited Yellowstone National Park in January 2011 than in January 2010, as bad weather and a poor economy presumably cut down on the number of visitors heading to the Park for day visits and guided snowmobile tours.

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NPS to Take Fresh Look at Yellowstone’s North Entrance

Roosevelt Arch

Yellowstone National Park's North Entrance, which is frequently a bottleneck for tourists wanting to hit America's Oldest National Park, could receive a extreme makeover as the National Park Service asks the public for input on possible improvements.

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