Yellowstone National Park

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Where can you get a rule book for yellowstone , so we don/t ask dumb question
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Ask_Larso...
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If you are a AAA member, you can call your local hotline and they will send one. If you are currently traveling, there are a number of visitor centers in nearby towns to Yellowstone, including West Yellowstone, where you can receive a copy of the guide to Yellowstone National Park.

You can also send us a self addressed, stanmped (.95 cents) envelope (6x9 inches) and a not for which guide you need to:


American Park Network

3 Columbus Circle, Suite 622

New York, NY 10019

You can also visit our Yellowstone webpage here.

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New Program Targets Plastic Bottles In Yellowstone

May 13, 2011, 8:45 am
A national textile company has partnered with Yellowstone National Park to reduce the amount of plastic bottles being sent to landfills. The approach: turn plastic into other everyday products. The company, Universal Textile Technologies, released the following information about the partnership: At Yellowstone National Park, another sight that's as predictable ...

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Spotting wolves in Yellowstone

May 13, 2011, 8:22 am
At first light, Big Blaze, a black wolf with a white chest, trotted across a distant slope, following the scent trail of the Blacktail pack. At a turnout overlooking the valley, spotting scopes set in snow were trained on the wolf. A day before, the Blacktail pack fed on an elk ...

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Can you hire a step-on guide in Yellowstone
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samwalsh
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There are not many step-on, or private, guides in Yellowstone.  My advice to you would be to look on the nps.com website, which has a list of available guides in Yellowstone. Xanterra runs bus tours, too!

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Beartooth Highway Named Favorite Road by Readers of American Motorcyclist

April 4, 2011, 3:22 pm
Confirming what residents of and visitors to Cody, Wyo. have known for years, members of the American Motorcyclist Association (AMA) have named the Beartooth Highway their favorite road in the United States. “As one half of a couple known to travel the West on motorcycle, I certainly agree with AMA’s ...

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Species Spotlight: Moose

March 10, 2011, 9:50 am
When traveling to Alaska, most visitors will spend time going wildlife watching. One of the most popular animals to search for is the moose. Making their home across nearly the entire state, the animals can be spotted year round. Some of the largest moose in the world call Denali ...

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National Parks Clean Up with Alternative Fuels

March 2, 2011, 9:09 am
Blue skies, pristine mountain vistas, endless open space and … choking fumes from motor vehicles? Even though the latter clearly doesn’t belong in our National Parks, maintaining their air quality has become a real challenge. With 275 million tourists visiting our National Parks each year, a tremendous number of ...

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Oregon Tribes Pursue First Bison Hunt In Century

February 25, 2011, 1:08 pm
Knee deep in snow, Francis Marsh crouched behind a boulder and peered through the rifle scope at his target 40 yards away. He breathed in deeply to calm his racing heart. Picturesque mountain peaks rose behind him. The sunlight glittered off the snow, and all was quiet and still. Ever so ...

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carolyn s...
Visiting the park May 7-9, Drive from SLC, want to make most of trip, but know some roads are closed. also would like to see Cody, WY
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ynphiker
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Early May can be a iffy time for roads. According to the NPS site, "weather permitting" roads from Canyon Village to Fishing Bridge and out the East Entrance should be open to vehicles. The West Entrance should also be open at that time since it's slated to re-open around April 15th. The South Entrance doesn't open until May 13th. Also, Dunraven Pass, the road that links Tower Junction with Canyon Village doesn't open up until later in the season. Great places to hit up in the park include:

  • Old Faithful
  • Norris Geyser Basin
  • Elk Park
  • Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Gardiner, MT (North Entrance Town)
  • Fossil Tree
  • Lamar Valley
  • Cooke City, MT (Just outside the NE Entrance. Some great food!
  • Upper and Lower Falls
  • Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone
  • Hayden Valley
  • Yellowstone Lake
  • and Cody, WY

If you were coming later in the season, I'd suggest Dunraven Pass (in the park) or the Beartooth Highway (just NE of the park, starting past Cooke City). Some excellent views on both of them. 

I hope this helps!

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