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Where is the major trail head at the foot of Mt. Olympus near Salt Lake City Utah?
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Wasatch Mountain State Park, Utah, Bird Watching, Mountaineering, Mountain Lions, Wildflowers, Wolves
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The trailhead is located east of Salt Lake City on Wasatch Boulevard. If you are traveling north on I-215, take the 3900 South exit to Wasatch Boulevard, then turn south and drive for 2.3 miles. If you are driving south on I-215, take the 4500 South exit to Wasatch Boulevard, than continue south for 1.6 miles. There is a paved parking lot on the east side of Wasatch Boulevard, which is marked the "Mt. Olympus Trailhead.” The trail climbs 4,200 feet over 3.5 miles from the trailhead at 5800 S. and Wasatch Blvd. Mount Olympus offers many challenging routes and we hope you’ll share your experiences with everyone at OhRanger.com.
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Where in Yellowstone is the best place to see wolves? Tiime of day? What is the likelyhood?
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In general, the best place to see wolves in Yellowstone National Park is the Lamar Valley. Early morning is best. For some great feedback from area experts, check out the comments on this page: http://www.ohranger.com/yellowstone/oh-ranger.
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Is the pass in Glacier cleared of snow yet? Can we hike in the Bridge Bay aera of Yellowstone yet?
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Real-time information about Glacier National Park road status is available online or by calling 406-888-7800 (Glacier National Park) or 800-226-7623 (Montana Department of Transportation Traveler Information System).

Check the list of facility opening and closing dates for information about visiting Yellowstone. A list of Yellowstone road conditions is also available. You can also read more about Bay Bridge Campground online.

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The Wolves of Yellowstone

Following an absence of more than 70 years, wolves once again run beneath the ample skies of Yellowstone National Park.  Northern Rocky Mountain wolves, a subspecies of the gray wolf (Canis lupus), were native to Yellowstone when the park was established in 1872. Predator control was practiced in the park ...

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