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Yellowstone History: Thumb Lunch Station

Postcard #208 - (West) Thumb Lunch Station;Frank J Haynes;No date

A somewhat sleepy destination for some, West Thumb Geyser Basin was once a bustling part of Yellowstone, especially around the old Thumb Lunch Station.

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Craig Pass, South Entrance Road Reopen After Snow

Craig Pass

The Craig Pass and South Entrance roads have reopened after yesterday’s sudden snowstorm temporarily closed them.

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Dunraven Pass Reopens After Snow, Slated To Close October 11

Dunraven Pass

The Dunraven Pass is open again to travel, after being closed by a sudden snowstorm.

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Yellowstone History: Steamship Zillah

Steamboat Zellah, Yellowstone Lake;JP Clum Lantern;1910

The E.C. Waters may be the most famous boat in Yellowstone, but it had an important predecessor: the steamship Zillah.

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Grayling 2 Fire Discovered In Yellowstone, Boundary Fire Shrinks In Acreage

maple fire august 15 2016

There’s a new fire reported in Yellowstone National Park: The Grayling 2 Fire.

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Yellowstone’s Pocket Fire Contained, While Maple and Fawn Fires Grow

fawn fire august 8 2016

Pocket Fire has been contained, while Maple Fire continues to grow in Yellowstone National Park. Fawn Fire has also grown slightly.

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Pocket Fire Burning Near Shoshone Lake In Yellowstone

fawn fire august 6 2016

A new fire is burning in Yellowstone National Park, this time near Shoshone Lake.

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Craig Pass Closed Due To Vehicle Accident

Craig_Pass_2013

Craig Pass, between Old Faithful and West Thumb, has been closed due to a sudden accident.

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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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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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