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Yellowstone Expeditions

The yurts at night

The yurts at night

The Milky Way stretches above the lighted yurts of Yellowstone Expeditions. The camp is located a half-mile away from the Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park.

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Yellowstone Expeditions wins new winter contract

Yellowstone Expeditions wins new winter contract

Yellowstone Expeditions wins new winter contract

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The yurts at night

The yurts at night

The Milky Way stretches above the lighted yurts of Yellowstone Expeditions. The camp is located a half-mile away from the Lower Falls in Yellowstone National Park.

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Exploring Yellowstone's winter wonderland

Exploring Yellowstone's winter wonderland

For 31 years, Yellowstone Expeditions has been guiding tourist and back country skiers into the heart of Yellowstone National Park during the winter. Yellowstone Expeditions offers  the only tent camping company in the park.

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'Amazing': Yellowstone Expeditions guides campers in heart of park in winter

'Amazing': Yellowstone Expeditions guides campers in heart of park in winter

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK — A zephyr lifted ice crystals from the tops of snow-covered fir trees growing up the southern slope of Dunraven Peak in Yellowstone National Park. As the millions of crystals floated above the dense stand of trees, the warm light from the low-hanging January sun ca…

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Arden Bailey

Arden Bailey

Yellowstone Expeditions owner Arden Bailey stands at the entrance to his yurt camp. For the past 31 years, Bailey has erected the camp a half-mile from the Lower Falls of Yellowstone National Park.

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Linda Schuler skis down a meadow in Yellowstone National Park

Linda Schuler skis down a meadow in Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone Expeditions guest Linda Schuler, of Madison, Wis., skis down a meadow below Dunraven Peak in Yellowstone National Park.

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Fog rolls through the trees

Fog rolls through the trees

Morning fog rolls through the tree at the top of Yellowstone National Park’s Grand Canyon.

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Back-country skiers ski down a meadow

Back-country skiers ski down a meadow

Backcountry skiers Ailey Crow, front, and Jennifer Krohn, top left, and guide Dan Dubie ski down a meadow in Yellowstone National Park.

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Erica Hutchings drives in boxes of supplies

Erica Hutchings drives in boxes of supplies

Erica Hutchings drives in six large boxes packed into one of the company’s six snow coaches. The company must haul in all of their supplies and haul out any waste that is created.

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Arden Bailey prepares yurt chicken

Arden Bailey prepares yurt chicken

Arden Bailey helps to prepare yurt chicken for dinner. Yurt chicken is a camp specialty made of chicken, onions, mushrooms, zucchini, tomatoes, peas and thyme.

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Snow-covered trees on Dunraven peak

Snow-covered trees on Dunraven peak

Snow-covered trees on Dunraven Peak stretch into the blue sky above Yellowstone National Park.

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Bison forage for grass in the snow

Bison forage for grass in the snow

Yellowstone bison forage for grass in the snow near an icy Madison River.

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Snow monster near a hot spring

Snow monster near a hot spring

Snow monsters — snow-covered trees — loom in the steam created by a nearby hot spring.

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Dinner at the yurt camp

Dinner at the yurt camp

Yellowstone Expeditions guides and guests share a family-style dinner of yurt chicken.

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Hanging out in the dining yurt

Hanging out in the dining yurt

From left to right, guides Katie Godwin, Greg Tsairis and Katie Coligan hang out after dinner with guests Jennifer Krohn, Linda Schuler and Jim Morley in the dining yurt.

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Yellowstone Canyon beam

Yellowstone Canyon beam

On an icy morning at Yellowstone National Park’s Grand Canyon, the canyon’s beam is encircled by a sun dog. The beam is an atmospheric phenomena that occurs as the sun rises and its light reflects off the crystals that form from the mists off the falls. The temperature needs to be just right…

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Frost fills the dining yurt

Frost fills the dining yurt

Frost fills the dining yurt after a guide exited the yurt on a below-zero morning at the Yellowstone Expeditions camp. From left, Dan Dubie, Greg Tsairis and Arden Bailey prepare breakfast.

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A thermometer hangs on a pole at the yurt camp

A thermometer hangs on a pole at the yurt camp

A thermometer at the camp reads 15 below zero just before sunrise.

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Jim Morley and Leslie Dierauf ski down a meadow

Jim Morley and Leslie Dierauf ski down a meadow

Yellowstone Expeditions guests Jim Morley, front, and Leslie Dierauf, of Seattle, ski down a meadow below Dunraven Peak in Yellowstone National Park.

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