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August 17, 2017 Marks 58 Years Since Hebgen Lake Earthquake

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58 years ago today, around 11:37 p.m., Yellowstone National Park was changed forever when a large quake shook man-made Hebgen Lake.

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Yellowstone History: Black Growler Steam Vent

stereograph black growler_whose steam kills trees and whose roaring startles tourists_Underwood & Underwood 1901

Black Growler Steam Vent doesn’t get much press these days, but it was once held up as a preeminent feature in the Norris Geyser Basin.

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Book Review: Wonderlandscape by John Clayton

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Most everyone who visits Yellowstone National Park probably has a story to tell about their time there, be it banal or profound.

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Yellowstone History: Apollinaris Spring

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Somewhat off the beaten (or shall we say paved) track in Yellowstone National Park, Apollinaris Spring has an illustrious history with the park.

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Yellowstone History: Gibbon Falls

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Falling 84 feet along the Gibbon River, Gibbon Falls has been a perennial delight for Yellowstone National Park visitors since the 1880s.

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Yellowstone History: Herbert Maier

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Herbert Maier is not a name commonly associated with Yellowstone National Park, but it should be, given his contributions to the park experience.

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Reliving Mission 66 in the New Canyon Village Restaurants

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Canyon Village is embracing its funky self.

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Yellowstone History: Bechler River

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Cutthroat trout, cascading waterfalls: the Bechler River system in remote Yellowstone National Park seems to have it all.

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Yellowstone History: Sportsman Lake Patrol Cabin

Newly completed Sportsman Lake patrol cabin;Photographer unknown;After 1988

Most visitors to Yellowstone National Park have probably never seen the Sportsman Lake patrol cabin.

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Yellowstone History: Old Faithful Museum of Thermal Activity

Old Faithful Museum of Thermal Activity

Since 2010, the Old Faithful Visitor Center has been a draw for people looking to take a break from the boardwalks.

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