News about the Yellowstone area.
Enter through Feb 23, 2021 to win an adventure starting from one of four cities and ending with a 3-day guided tour and lodging in Yellowstone.
In light of the spread of COVID-19, trying to find out what is open and closed in our national parks is a moving target these days. Here are updates.
Three major road projects in 2020-2022. A complete closure between Tower Fall and Chittenden Rd, plus delays at the North Entrance and Fishing Bridge to Indian Pond.
August 2013: Three large fires and a collection of smaller blazes are burning in Yellowstone National Park. The Alum Fire, Alder Fire, and Druid Fire.
Yellowstone’s plumbing system is no larger - nor closer to erupting - than before but now we have advanced techniques to map the system. See animation of magma chamber.
While snowmobiling in Yellowstone during winter is a popular activity, you cannot just show up at an entrance to Yellowstone National Park with your snowmobile and expect to get in.
The overlook has been closed for a two-year rehabilitation project, which created an expanded viewing area that is safer and more accessible.
Saturday, May 5, 2018, marked the fifth time in seven weeks that the unpredictable Steamboat Geyser has erupted.
Yellowstone wolves pick their prey depending on wolf pack size. Small packs attack elk. Larger packs attack bison.
This 4-day vacation for two people includes Yellowstone National Park area lodging, dining, and guided snowshoe tours through a steaming winter wonderland.
Locals and visitors near Jackson and the southern ridge of Grand Teton National Park are in a spectacular location for viewing the 2017 total solar eclipse.
Head to this Wyoming cowboy town in late August to experience totality of the 2017 solar eclipse.
"I’ve seen between 10-12 eclipses, so I chase them all over the world. Somewhere on the Earth, there is an eclipse about every two years."
Head to the Wyoming towns of Lander, Dubois, Riverton, Shoshoni, Hudson and the Wind River Indian Reservation for the solar eclipse and festivities.
The Yellowstone Association and Yellowstone Park Foundation merged to form Yellowstone Forever, which is now the official nonprofit partner of the national park.
In the early hours on August 26, 2016, Yellowstone Park employee Estefania Liset Mosquera Alcivar fell from Grand View Point in the park and died.
This year, the National Park Service celebrates its 100th year on August 25, 2016, which has me thinking back to all my experiences in our national parks.
We asked the Director of the National Park Service to look back at the last 100 years and to glimpse forward to the next century's challenges and opportunities.
A tourist was fined for illegally walked off the boardwalk in Mammoth Hot Springs allegedly to collect water for medicinal uses.
Colin Nathaniel Scott slipped and fell in a hot spring Tuesday, June 7, 2016 when he and his sister left the boardwalk in the Norris Geyser Basin
Show your love for national parks on your envelopes. Artwork is from existing art or photos such as Art Wolfe’s photo of a bison on the Yellowstone stamp.
Fearing a baby bison was too cold, two tourists made the bad decision in mid-May 2016 to place the bison in their car. Bad decision.
After 234 years, it’s time for another animal to join the American eagle as a national symbol. Will it be the bison?
In April 2016, 89 genetically pure bison will travel from Canada to the Blackfeet reservation. Their ancestors made the trip in reverse at the turn-of-the-20th century.