After a nasty spring snowstorm that dumped more than a foot of snow in the region, two roads within Yellowstone National Park have reopened -- but visitors are required to use snow tires and take care.Read More »
Heavy spring snows have caused National Park Service officials to close down most of the roads within Yellowstone National Park, as a foot of new snow fell in a two-hour stretch, toppling power lines and causing all sorts of havoc.Read More »
The lack of snowpack on the Beartooth Pass -- and the unlikely chances more will be on the way -- is forcing the closure of a popular summer ski and snowboard camp as well as foreshadowing what could be a very, very dry summer in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem.Read More »
A group is petitioning the National Park Service to plow the highway between West Yellowstone and Old Faithful year-round, much the same as the road between Gardiner and Cooke City is plowed all winter long.Read More »
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A visit during the winter season shows a completely different -- and refreshing -- side of the Park. Parts of the Park are dormant, as many species retreat into dens and nests for hibernation. But other parts seem even more majestic than during the summer months.
The lack of snow on the western side of Yellowstone National Park has officials scrambling to come up with a game plan for transporting visitors within the Park when the winter season opens Tuesday.Read More »