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How To See the Solar Eclipse in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

Planning a visit to Yellowstone or Grand Teton National Parks to see the solar eclipse? Here are a few things to keep in mind.

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Grand Prismatic Spring Overlook Trail Open to Visitors

aerial of midway geyser basin 2006

Yellowstone has announced the opening of a new trail and overlook system adjacent to Midway Geyser Basin overlooking Grand Prismatic Spring.

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Fountain Flat Drive Perfect Getaway from Yellowstone Crowds

Ojo Caliente

It’s still possible to get away from the crowds of Yellowstone even on a summer day at high season.

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Gateway Highlights: National Museum of Wildlife Art

Courtesy of Jackson Hole Central Reservations

A visit to Yellowstone is incomplete without wildlife—and we’d argue it’s also incomplete without a jaunt down to the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

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New Book and Exhibit Showcases People of Yellowstone

People of Yellowstone, Yellowstone book

Photographer Steve Horan is confident his new book on Yellowstone is more than a “regional” book.

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Stop the Car Trading Post A Must for Yellowstone Visitors

Stop the Car Trading Post

SILVER GATE, MT — When you decide to open a shop in a tourist town, is there a better name than “Stop the Car”?

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Yellowstone Insider for Families Now Available in Print

Yellowstone Insider For Families

We are excited to announce that Yellowstone Insider for Families has been updated for 2017—and is available in print!

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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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Reception Planned Friday, May 13 For Yellowstone Lake Hotel’s 125th Anniversary

Lake Hotel

Mark your calendars! A very special reception is planned Friday, May 13, 2016 in honor of Yellowstone Lake Hotel.

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Yellowstone Natural History: The Water Ouzel

Dipper;Photographer unknown;No date

The water ouzel, or American dipper, is a familiar sight in Yellowstone National Park streams.

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