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Yellowstone, Grand Teton roads open to non-motorized traffic 

Grand Teton National Park biking

Portions of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are now open to non-motorized traffic, with cyclists, walkers and rollerbladers cleared to traverse various roads in the parks.

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Moose-Wilson Road construction on tap for Grand Teton NP

Some road closures to plan around when you visit Grand Teton National Park this summer, as Moose-Wilson Road construction will cause a closure of the road on weekdays.

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First 2022 Yellowstone grizzly sighting in the books

grizzly bear

We have the first 2022 Yellowstone grizzly sighting in the books, as a pilot working on park research sighted an adult bear walking in a meadow in the west-central part of the park.

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Nasty behavior leads to jail time for Yellowstone visitor

It’s nine months in prison for a Yellowstone National Park visitor who drunkenly assaulted visitors, staff and law-enforcement officers while causing plenty of physical damage at Lake Yellowstone Hotel on September 25, 2021.

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Reservations for Grand Teton National Park campgrounds now centralized

You’ll be able to access one-stop shopping for all John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway and Grand Teton National Park campgrounds in 2022, as reservations are now centralized on Recreation.gov.

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Yellowstone roads closing early tonight

Yellowstone bison

Expected bad weather in the next few days is causing officials to call for almost all Yellowstone roads closing early tonight at 7 p.m. local, a closing moved up from noon on Monday.

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Search on for missing Grand Teton visitor UPDATED

Grant Teton National Park

The search continues for a missing Grand Teton visitor, as 26-year-old Jared Hembree was reported as missing on October 21. UPDATE: His body has been recovered.

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Illinois woman sentenced for approaching Yellowstone wildlife

Yellowstone Bear Incident 2021

An Illinois woman was sentenced for approaching Yellowstone wildlife after her interaction with a sow grizzly and three cubs went viral on social media.

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Walk out to winter: Beartooth Highway closing Oct. 7 at 8 a.m.

Winter is in the air, especially on the Beartooth Highway, which will close early for the season on Oct. 7 at 8 a.m.

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Yellowstone visitor suffers serious burns while saving dog

Yellowstone National Park

Some sad news: Yesterday a 20-year-old woman from Washington suffered significant thermal burns between her shoulders and feet while rescuing her dog from Maiden’s Grave Spring. UPDATE: The dog did not make it.

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