Breaking News

Tag Archives: Grand Canyon

Visitor Misbehavior On The Rise In National Park System

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

We’re sure you’ve seen examples of visitor misbehavior before in Yellowstone National Park, firsthand or otherwise.

Read More »

PEER Criticizes NPS Over High Visitation Numbers, Call For Visitor Caps

Public Employees for Environmental Responsibility (PEER) has come out with a report criticizing the National Park Service over visitor carrying capacities.

Read More »

Study Suggests Yellowstone Magma Plume Blocked By Tectonic Plate

If you think you’ve got Yellowstone’s magma plume figured out, you may have another thing coming.

Read More »

More on Yellowstone Accident Victim Zahra Allahyari

Yellowstone National Park

It’s one of the sadder stories in recent memory: remembering Yellowstone accident victim Zahra Allahyari, who fell to her death at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Read More »

Old Yellowstone: 1920s Movies

Yellowstone 1920s movies

We’ve all seen the hundreds and hundreds of historic Haynes postcards and photos, but for a great look at the Park from a bygone era, check out these amazing Yellowstone 1920s movies.

Read More »

Alum Fire Forces Closure of Yellowstone Road Segment

Alum Fire

With the Alum Fire growing, the National Park Service has closed 13 miles of the Grand Loop Road in Yellowstone National Park between Fishing Bridge Junction to the South Rim Drive of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.

Read More »

Access to Inspiration Point Restricted Because of Deteriorating Stairs

Steps to Inspiration Point

Access to Inspiration Point, which provides spectacular views of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and the Lower Falls, has been closed because of the poor condition of stairs leading to the viewing area.

Read More »

Summer Construction in Yellowstone: A Preview

Yellowstone National Park

There's always a big challenge every summer in Yellowstone National Park: planning around the realities of road construction. Here's a glimpse at what to expect this summer.

Read More »