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Lake Hotel, Old Faithful Inn Close For 2016 Summer Season

old faithful inn front 2013

Both the Lake Hotel and Old Faithful Inn have closed for the 2016 summer season, with more closures scheduled for tomorrow, October 10.

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Mammoth–Norris Road Reopens After Delay

Yellowstone National Park South Entrance, Yellowstone visitation

The road between Mammoth Hot Springs and Norris has officially reopened to travel.

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Dunraven Pass Reopens After Snow October 7, 2016

Dunraven Pass

The Dunraven Pass has reopened after being closed by snow.

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Snow Closes Dunraven and Beartooth Passes, Delays Reopening of Mammoth–Norris Road

Dunraven Pass

Snow has closed the Dunraven and Beartooth Passes and delayed the reopening of the Mammoth-Norris road in Yellowstone National Park.

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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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Interview: David Quammen, Author of Yellowstone

David Quammen

When David Quammen was asked to write the body of National Geographic’s May 2016 issue on Yellowstone National Park, he was surprised.

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Old Faithful Lodge Closes For 2016 Summer Season

Old Faithful Lodge

More facilities, including the Old Faithful Lodge, are closing for the 2016 summer season.

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Fishing Bridge RV Park, Other Facilities Close For 2016 Summer Season

Fishing Bridge RV Park

More facilities and services have closed for the season in Yellowstone National Park.

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Book Review: Wrecked In Yellowstone by Mike Stark

Wrecked In Yellowstone

E.C. Waters wore many hats in Yellowstone over the years—hotelier, zookeeper, boat manager and, depending on who you asked, scoundrel.

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Rain Checks Fire Growth As Heavy Fuels Smolder In Maple Fire

Maple Fire September 10, 2016

Wet conditions will continue to limit fire behavior in Yellowstone National Park today, although heavy fuels will continue to smolder.

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