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Yellowstone National Park 2019-2020 Winter Season Is Here

Bison along the Yellowstone River 2019

With the Yellowstone National Park 2019-2020 winter season now upon us, it’s time to plan your trip to Yellowstone during a remarkably peaceful time of year, as snow blankets the region and your only company on many trails will be bison and precious few other visitors.

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Sylvan Pass Closed Due To Avalanche Danger

Sylvan Pass, 2013

Due to avalanche danger, all oversnow on the Sylvan Pass is prohibited.

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Comment on Yellowstone Winter Use Plan Via Webinar

Yellowstone in Winter

Yellowstone in Winter

Yellowstone National Park officials want to hear what you have to say about the draft Winter Use Plan currently under review -- so much that webinars have been scheduled to allow for remote access.

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Early Reaction to Proposed Yellowstone Winter Plan: Mixed

Winter in Yellowstone

Winter in Yellowstone

No one seems particularly happy with the proposed Winter Use Plan put forward by Yellowstone National Park officials earlier this month -- and that may be good news for those who actually want to see it implemented.

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Yellowstone Visitation Down in Winter 2010-2011

Yellowstone in Winter, Bombardier, snowcoach

Winter in Yellowstone

Visitation to Yellowstone National Park was down slightly this past winter, as heavy snows and bad weather deterred visitors from driving or busing to the North Entrance for day trips.

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Snowshoeing in Yellowstone: A “Spiritual Experience”

Yellowstone National Park in Winter

Snowshoeing in YellowstoneFor our money, perhaps the most underrated winter activity in Yellowstone National Park is snowshoeing. Here's a look at one of the most spiritual experiences possible in America's Oldest National Park.

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Debate Over Winter Use Plan Basically Over: Snowmobile Lobby is Winner

Antelope Fire

Snowmobile-advocacy groups, concessionaires and regional outfitters have already won the battle over the next Winter Use Plan for Yellowstone National Park, as the National Park Service has distilled the many public comments into six proposed usage scenarios that would not really change much at all and continue the current ban on cars in the Park during winter months.

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