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What are the average temperatures for acadia national park for the months of june and july,both am and pm ?
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Ask_Larso...
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Here you can find a list of average high and low temperatures month-by-month in Acadia. June may still be a little chilly, however July will be warmer and beautiful! Don't forget to pack bug-repellant in June!

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bosco-bob
What tour company would you recommend to do a day tour of the Grand Tetons in mid September? we are staying in Jackson.
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goldcastl...
How many days should I set aside for touring Glacier, Yellowstone and Grand Teton NPs, excluding travel time between parks?
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Glacier National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone National Park, Ancient Cultures, Auto/Motorcycle, Wildlife Watching, Food/Dining, Guided Tours, Photography, Touring
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JANICE SM...
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You would easily enjoy at least 4 days in Yellowstone; 1-2 days in the Tetons and at least another 4 days in Glacier...all can easily take lots more days to enjoy; but to see the minimal and hike a little; visit museums and visitors centers, I'd say at least the amounts I listed above. All are absolutely gorgeous parks by themselves!! Enjoy! I am jealous!

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GaryL
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I would allow at least 2 full days for each park, probably 3 days to be on the safe side. There's so much to see at these parks that anything less than 2 days simply isn't enough, depending on what you want to do. If it's worth the time going to each place, it's sure worth it to spend enough time to see it all. Don't try to rush through everything because you'll miss out on lots of things. It's also a good idea to have a lantern on hand powered with batteries in case you run out of daylight hours.

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Our Nation's Newest National Parks

January 12, 2011, 4:25 pm
Each New Year ushers in new beginnings, and what better way to celebrate the start of 2011 than by visiting one of the National Park Service’s newest members? This year three new parks offer a chance to explore and learn more about our country’s diverse and important past, present ...

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WILLIAM E...
DO THE WATER FALLS IN YOSEMITE FLOW IN SEPTEMBER
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savingmar...
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The Yosemite valley waterfalls don't all always have water all year. Some dry up completely. Their flow depends on the amount of snow, how fast it melts, the drainage of each fall and on occasional rain storms.

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CM
If we have 3-4 days, do you recommend spending it all in Glacier National Park in Montana, or splitting it between there & Waterton, Canada?
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With only 3-4 days at the park, it's best to choose just a few areas of the park to explore. There's so much to do and see at Glacier that you can always plan a return trip to see the northern reaches of the park!

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T. Willia...
What is the average temperature in late May early June in Yellowstone Park ?
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Ask_Larso...
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Yellowstone has a very broad range of temperature changes throughout the park.  In higher elevations, you can expect temperatures to drop to below freezing at night.  Even in early Summer, when you can expect temperatures in the 70's, I have experienced cold, inclement weather!  I have always taken a light jacket with me, even in the warmest summer months. 

If you would like to see National Park Service suggestions for Yellowstone's seasons, click here.

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Filmmaker Ken Burns partners with tour company to offer national park trips

October 14, 2010, 8:42 am
Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns, whose six-episode PBS series on the history of the national parks helped lure millions of viewers out of their living rooms and into the great outdoors, is partnering with Connecticut-based Tauck Tours to try and draw more. Burns and his collaborator Dayton Duncan are creating two ...

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jim ainsl...
Can we reserve the yellow bus tours for 2011 and is there a brochure avail.
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Please let us know which park you're hoping to visit and we'll do our best to point you in the right direction!

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sue kilpa...
We want to go to the Tetons in late Oct. Is the park still opened ? Where is the most natural place to stay? One of us is disabled.
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samwalsh
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The Grand Teton National Park is open all year long with the exception of Christmas day.  The only available places available to stay inside of the park in October are camping sites.  I would recommend staying within the nearby town of Jackson. Travelocity has a lot of great deals for hotels in Jackson.  You can search their website by going to: http://www.travelocity.com.  

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