Yellowstone National Park
A new app will help visitors to Yellowstone National Park find out when Old Faithful and five other predictable geysers may erupt.
BOZEMAN — Gardiner resident Bonnie Lynn is bracing herself for another gut-wrenching bison hunt north of Yellowstone National Park.
Limited snowfall has placed restrictions on where visitors can travel in Yellowstone National Park when it opens for motorized oversnow travel on Monday morning.
As the National Park Service approaches its 100-year anniversary in 2016, there is a glaring blemish in a system known for its crown jewels. The agency faces a massive $12 billion backlog in deferred maintenance projects ranging from leaky wastewater systems to deficient roads, bridges and trails.
To Judith Meyer, the now-abandoned Howard Eaton Trail in Yellowstone National Park is about much more than just a circular horseback route connecting geysers to mudpots and Old Faithful to the Lamar Valley.
Howard Eaton trail riders leave Yellowstone National Park at the North Entrance in the 1900s with the iconic Roosevelt Arch in the background. Notice that some of the men are wearing ties.
This view in Gardiner repeats a view of a photographer in the early 1900s.
As part of her master’s thesis, Kortney Huffman is overlaying the old and new photographs and chronicling the changes over 100 years.
This historical photo shows Howard Eaton riders being assigned their mounts in Gardiner in the early 1900s. When compared to a new photo, the mountain in the background looks much the same.
This is a recreation of the view of the photographer that captured the horseback riders leaving Yellowstone. Note the lack of vegetation on the left side compared to the 1900s shot.
An old and new photograph overlaid show the differences in the development of the park border town of Gardiner over 100 years.
Associate professor of geography at Missouri State University and a former Yellowstone summer tour guide Judith Meyer finds researching the now-abandoned Howard Eaton Trail in Yellowstone National Park an insight into change and sameness.
Yellowstone Valley Audubon is hosting a program featuring wildlife cinematographer Bob Landis on Dec. 15 at 7:30 p.m. at the Mayflower Church on the corner of Poly Drive and Rehberg Lane.
Museum of the Rockies curator of history Michael Fox talks about how famous Yellowstone National Park photographer Frank Haynes began a early tour company.
JACKSON, Wyo. — A proposal to double the cost to enter Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks in northwest Wyoming is drawing resistance.
The best way to educate almost 30 Joliet fifth-graders about Yellowstone National Park is to take them there.
Although the weather was cold, short hikes into the Lamar Valley and around the Mammoth Terraces helped the Joliet students get a better understanding of Yellowstone National Park.
The Joliet fifth-graders, their teachers and chaperones always pose next to the arch on their annual trips to Yellowstone National Park.
Michael Breis, a Yellowstone Park ranger and education specialist, talks about a bone found during an outing with the Joliet students, including Dalton Martisch.
A bighorn ram was just one of many animals the Joliet students saw on their trip.