OpinionCenter.li   Random page
Update this page |
Yellowstone

submit to reddit

Real-time

N_HWuud @Robbie_Mack. #IveAlwaysWantedTo go to Yellowstone.

_Ehhchrssss Yellowstone once again

ScienceStuffAmy My heart belongs to Yellowstone! Hoping to make a second trip there soon!! http://t.co/d6W7jD9B

NunuNicole I really do need to go to the meat market (they make shit last) but I don't feel like driving to yellowstone ugh HEB it is!!

noeyagungbsband kirain YellowStone tuh nama Taman Nasional, :) RT @exoVailixi: coz gunung api terkuat didunia saat ini adala… (cont) http://t.co/Z7jkaBtC

100xCIENCIA Lluvia de meteoros desde el Parque Nacional Yellowstone http://t.co/PNFotPRM

Pearlinerwf Paperstone Pine Cone with Oyster Grip-Yellowstone Cutting Board, 13-Inch by 18-Inch: The Cutting Boards with a C... http://t.co/c91vbjuq

guidehop Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National Park in Emigrant, MT http://t.co/8c3u3dGd

LisaLancelot Teens on solo @ Wilderness Treatment Center-spent two nights alone under a tarp in Yellowstone with only their thoughts. Namaste!

OldBridges A #Photo of a #Mother #Bison and her #Baby-#Animal http://t.co/sKrt35Pn

pygmysockmonkey the real angry birds. picked up by radar after OK earthquake @werd4200 @joerogan @RealAlexJones is yellowstone gonna blow?

MontanaICEfishn It is snowing in Yellowstone http://t.co/S3ZSR9wf

environmentaide Ruptured pipeline segment extracted from Yellowstone River .. http://t.co/r09TlE5l

MontanaICEfishn To get you ready for your trip to the Park when you come to West Yellowstone. Forecast is for lots of snow again... http://t.co/meECJI1C

purpleprose78 @ianracey Yep, that is clearly what is going to happen. Nebraska or Yellowstone ...those are the choices.

Discussions

How does the first come first serve process work in Yellowstone Park? by Sweety Q: We are going to Yellowstone next month and a lot of the tent camping sites are first come first serve. So how do we get it and pay for it? At the visitors center or main gate entrance? or is there a main building at each camp site?

A: hey i get many details from this.when you open this link you'll find 2,3 or 4 links very top of that page.you'll go through them. http://www.google.com/cse?cx=partner-pub-6828716762099822%3Adrgcd3yew58&ie=ISO-8859-1&q=first+serve+Yellowstone &sa=Search

Is it snowing in yellowstone at this time for driving on the upper and lower loop? by tax_question Q: I am considering going to yellowstone this weekend entering from west yellowstone. How is the road conditions in the park now? Is it snowy and icy? Can I drive there with a car w/o snowchain from west yellowstone?

A: I just came home from Yellowstone on Saturday. It snowed a lot the week I was there. We had snow in the park 10/5-10/9. The roads were dry and clear by last Wed. 10/10, but we did get 8 inches one of those snowy days. We stayed in West Yellowstone as well and headed into the park one morning before 7am. By 9am it had snowed so much that they were closing roads and tons of people got stuck at the Canyon visitor's center and at Old Faithful Village. It took about 4 hours for them to open a couple of roads. As far as I know, it hasn't been bad since the middle of last week, however, there were signs up in the park suggesting use of snow tires. Dunraven Pass is closed for the season. Craig's Pass was closed off and on all week because the road would thaw and then freeze over again. If it does snow, they do a pretty good job of getting the roads cleared. I have attached a web cam link so you can see what it looks like in different parts of the park....clear right now. There is also a link for weather conditions and I think maybe even road info. If you click on the web cam for Old Faithful (top left) you can scroll down to see what the temp is. It hasn't gotten much above 30 this week as was the case most of last week. Enjoy your trip! http://www.yellowstone-natl-park.com/webcams.htm FYI- Park roads do not close to vehicular traffic until 11/5 this year. It snowed last night 10/17.

Whats more expensive, a trip to Disneyland or Yellowstone? by stargazer Q: I am just curious on peoples thoughts on what place is more expensive to take a vacation. We were planning a trip to yellowstone next year with a family member and then they backed out saying it will be too expensive. Now just found out they are taking a trip to Disneyland because they can't afford Yellowstone. Its just me but I think Yellowstone is a cheaper vacation. What do you think?

A: I would think Yellowstone would be cheaper because you can camp and you would have cheaper options for food (like cooking out). Plus you don't have to pay almost a hundred bucks a day per person to visit Yellowstone. The family member that backed out on you is probably just not very outdoorsy and couldn't hack it at Yellowstone. You can't have a decent Disney vacation for under a thousand dollars unless you're just staying a day or two.

What kind of vehicle do I need for a trip to Yellowstone? by Indischer B Q: Hi, I am planning a trip to Yellowstone in the first week of July. I plan to drive a Chevy Malibu. I used a used the same vehicle for a trip to South Dakota this month, and it was good. Is that kinda right? Do I need to have a vehicle with a higher ground clearance? Does it snow a lot in Yellowstone in July?

A: You won't have any snow in July in Yellowstone, it's all melted and the temperatures are quite warm. The Chevy Malibu will work fine.... all roads are paved and driving conditions are "normal".

Where should we go on our yellowstone trip? by whuzzup Q: My family is planning on a mini road trip to Yellowstone National Park from st. louis, Missouri. Anyone know of attractions near that route where we can cover btw 1-3 days? And also must-go sites at Yellowstone (we're there for about a week)? Keep in mind that we have elementry school and high school kids. Thanks in advance for the answers!

A: I live close enough to Yellowstone to visit every few years. My last visit was May 2007. Spring & fall are the best times to visit. Spring probably the very best due to all the new born bison. Plan on about 3 days for Yellowstone itself. There are some less known areas around Yellowstone. Plan on 1 day for Teton Park, which is right on the way from southern entrance. You will probably want to spend 1 day in Jackson. Be sure to float the Snake River white water trip. Jackson is where you board the bus for the trip to the river. To top off the day you float the Snake take in Bar J Chuckwagon - Jackson Hole, Wyoming - Chuckwagon Supper and ...The Bar J Chuckwagon, a truly unique experience during your Jackson Hole vacation. Another must see in the Yellowstone area is The Beartooth Highway is an All-American Road that has been called "the most beautiful drive in America," by late CBS correspondent Charles Kuralt. Due to heavy snowfall at the top, the pass is usually open each year only from Memorial Day in late May through Labor Day in September. The Beartooth Highway is the section of U.S. Highway 212 between Red Lodge, Montana and Cooke City, Montana. It traces a series of steep zigzags and switchbacks, along the Montana-Wyoming border to the 10,974 foot (3,345 m.) high Beartooth Pass. The approximate elevation rise is from 5,200 to 8,000 feet in 12 miles (1,600 to 2,400 m in 20 km) in the most daring landscapes. When driving from the east to the west, the highest parts of the Beartooth Highway level off into a wide plateau near the top of the pass, and then descend to where the Beartooth Highway connects to the Chief Joseph Scenic Byway near Cooke City, which forms the northeast gateway to Yellowstone National Park. Your destiantion from Beartooth is Cody Wyoming & Buffalo Bill Historical Center Plan on 1 day there. If your in for more adventure spend some time in the Greys River area, jumping off point for this senic drive is Alpine Wy( 40 miles from Jackson)This is a non touristy type of ativity. In my opion the highlight of the trip.Take a dip in the crystal clear spring fead Crystal lake. . Bridger-Teton National Forest - Greys River Ranger District http://www.fs.fed.us/r4/btnf/offices/gre... Bar J Chuckwagon - Jackson Hole, Wyoming - Chuckwagon Supper and Western progarm The Bar J Chuckwagon, a truly unique experience during your Jackson Hole vacation. http://www.barjchuckwagon.com/ Buffalo Bill Historical Center Five Museums Under One Roof http://www.bbhc.org/home/index.cfm

How would you describe a walk in Yellowstone in winter? by Katie Q: I am writing a book that takes place in Yellowstone in winter. A girl is walking (off the path) and I don't know how to describe it. Thanks in advance!

A: cold, dark, sunk in silence and the might of the nature...

What is the possibility of Yellowstone erupting in the near future? by berryblondee Q: Whenever I look up information about the supervolcano, Yellowstone, there are many different (probably not accurate) answers about when it will erupt next. I would like to have a clearer answer about this.

A: Most experts agree that it's not a matter of IF, just a matter of WHEN.

How should i plan my trip from Yellowstone national park to Banff national park in Canada? by Planet earth Q: We are very soon going to Yellowstone national park. But we also want to go to Banff national park but we need help planning our trip from yellowstone. What route should we take and which all places can we see at the banff national park. A detail description will be really helpful. Thank you so much.

A: First of all, you can enter Canada with very little hassle but you will need your passport to re-enter the United States so don't forget to carry it with you. That said, here's the route I suggest you take. From Yellowstone take either 191 through West Yellowstone or 89 through Gardiner north to I-90. Go west on I-90 then take 287 north to Helena. In Helena, take I-15 north into Canada. You will enter Canada at the Sweetgrass border crossing where I-15 becomes Hwy 4. The speed limit signs also change from "miles per hour" to "kilometers per hour" so watch your speed. 80 KPH is approximately 50 MPH. If renting a car check with the rental agency for any special requirements for taking the car into Canada. Some agencies require additional paper work. After you cross the border, follow Hwy 4 north until you get to 3 at Lethbridge and follow 3 west until you get to 2 near Fort Macleod. Follow 2 north into Calgary. Stay on 2 until you get to TC-1 in Calgary then follow it west to Banff Township in Banff National Park. You will have to pay an entrance fee to enter Banff. The fees can be found on this web page - http://www.canadianrockies.net/banff/bnpfees.html. The drive is approximately 650 miles long and will take about 10 hours not counting rest stops. I'm no expert on Banff and I went there pretty much just to go hiking. I did go as far north as the Columbia Icefield in Jasper NP but in my opinion it wasn't worth the drive. It's a typical roadside tourist attraction on a very large scale. Walking around on the Athabasca Glacier can't be compared to walking on the Ruth Glacier in Denali National Park, Alaska. However, it is much easier to get to the Athabasca Glacier than the Ruth Glacier. While in Banff we hiked the following trails. Lake Louise area - "Lake Agnes and the Beehives" and "The Plain of Six Glaciers" together as a loop. Moderately strenous hike of about 10.5 miles with total elevation gain of approx. 3,150 feet. This is a great hike overlooking the beautiful Lake Louise. Good views from the top of both beehives. Teahouses at Lake Agnes and Plain of Six Glaciers. Had some good homemade apple pie and coffee at the Plain of Six Glaciers teahouse. We got hit by rain on the way back down to Lake Louise in the late afternoon but I always carry an insulated rain jacket when hiking in the mountains. Moraine Lake area - "Wenkchemna Pass" out and back. Moderate difficultly, approx. 12 miles roundtrip with total elevation gain of 2,360 feet. Gorgeous hike through the Valley of Ten Peaks. This hike is in a restricted area requiring that you hike in a close group of 4. This requirement is due to the presence of grizzly bears. If you don't have 4, hang around at trailhead and ask to join others. Carry bear spray if you can afford it - $50 for a 9 oz can. I picked up a can at Bob Ward Sporting Goods in Bozeman. You can't fly with this stuff so I had to give it away before flying home. I didn't see any grizzlies, just blacks. But, I rather drop $50 and not see a grizzly then save $50 and run into one. I don't recommend bear bangers unless you've had some experience with them. Carry warm clothing and a rain jacket. We were there in early July and got hit with sleet and near white out conditions on the approach to the pass. Fortunately it let up after an hour so we could enjoy the views. Johnston Canyon - Easy out and back trail. 1.7 miles one-way to upper falls. 3.6 miles one-way to Inkpots. This is a beautiful hike up to the upper falls. Continue to the Inkpots if you have nothing better to do. We took the tram to the top of Sulphur Mountain overlooking Banff Township - good views, worth the cost of a ticket. Also did a lot of walking around in town checking out the many shops. If for some reason you can't make it to Banff you can go to Glacier NP instead. In my opinion it's the most beautiful NP in the US park system. I would go so far as to say that it's even more beautiful than Banff (my opinion). But, like Banff, to really enjoy the beauty you have to get out on the trails. My favorite day hikes in Banff include Hidden Lake, The Highline, Iceberg Lake and Grinnell Glacier. I hope this information helps. Enjoy your trip.

yellowstone? by c63corgi Q: ok so i'm planning to join a cheesy tour that includes a breif 2 day stop in yellowstone. 1. it's affordable 2. i can't take off too much time from work, it gets busy, 3. June and July is completely out of the question due to my busy schedule. so my question is should i go in late May or the first Saturday of August? which would be a better time to go?

A: Late May will definitely be chillier, and there will be snow on the ground still in places. On the plus side, you get to see the ecosystem in "spring" mode, everything blooming and emerging from winter. This also means snow capped mountains, which make for better pictures. The park is also generally a little less crowded at this time than early August. Later in the summer not as many flowers will be out, and most of the snow will have melted off the mountains. By this time waterfalls are also starting to dry up, and it's more crowded. However, you have a greater chance of seeing wildlife during this time of year. Also, all of the facilities/programs/staff will be up and running during this peak time, so everything will be available. Things generally start up for the season around Memorial Day, but it's staggered. For example, boat tours on Yellowstone Lake don't start until early June, so if thats something you wanted to do, it wouldn't be an option in May. Pretty much everything you'd need to know to help you plan a trip (like maps, opening dates, lodging and hiking info) is available through the park's website, http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/index.htm. Clicking around might provide greater insight on not only when to go, but what to do when you get there as well.

Yellowstone? by Jeff Q: Ok, my family is planning to go on a camping trip to yellowstone over the summer. Where do we start?

A: It may be a challenge to find a place to stay. An alternative plan may be to stay at Grand Teton National Park, which is just south of Yellowstone. Using this park as your base you will be able to visit both parks. Gros Ventre campground seldom fills even when all the others are full. A 7 day pass covers both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. I enjoyed the book, "Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park", a Frommer's book. This book has a lot of good suggestions.

Images
Videos
YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK Yellowstone Super Volcano Alert - History Channel Special Yellowstone National Park highlights Yellowstone Untouched Yellowstone National Park 2011 (Best Viewed in HD 1080p) Bear 'Attacks' Our Car at Yellowstone! President Obama in Yellowstone National Park Yellowstone: Bear in Mauling Was Protecting Cubs Yellowstone: World's First National Park FYI: Yellowstone's Super Volcano - Discovery Channel Podcast Oil spills into Montana's Yellowstone River National Parks: Yellowstone National Park Grizzly Bear Attack in Yellowstone National Park How The Earth Was Made.Yellowstone. Yellowstone National Park Grizzly Bear Attack Leaves Hiker Dead Bison face off - Yellowstone - BBC Yellowstone Fox Snow Dive - Yellowstone - BBC Two FEDS concerned about Yellowstone Earthquake Swarms Yellowstone National Park's Wildlife: Bison (Buffalo) East Yellowstone Exit - Interstate 20 to Cody Wyoming Yellowstone Oil Spill! Banks Forgive Mortgage Debt! Breast Cancer Breakthrough! Fighting Grizzlies - Yellowstone - BBC A Yellowstone Reflection Yellowstone Mega Disasters- Yellowstone Volcano Super Eruption full documentary YELLOWSTONE VOLCANO EMERGENCY 20 ERUPTIONS 30 ON YELLOW ALERT NEW WORLD ORDER DEATH MACHINE.wmv Yellowstone Lake - Interstate 20 The Mighty Supermassive Yellowstone Volcano ALERT - 4.6 EARTHQUAKE YELLOWSTONE DELETED..! YELLOWSTONE EARTHQUAKES SWARMS WORRY USGS New Madrid - Gas - Yellowstone and The Gulf of Mexico Pt 1 of 2 Yellowstone National Park HD - US National Park Service. Yellowstone Super Volcano - NIBIRU 2011 Elk Fighting in River - Yellowstone National Park Wolves hunting elk - Yellowstone - BBC Yellowstone Grizzly Attack; First Fatal Mauling Inside Park in 25 Years Yellowstone River Oil Spill Exxon Spill !!! What?? Wolves in Yellowstone National Park - wolf watching Springtime in Yellowstone Yellowstone National Park Exxon Cleanup Under Way in Yellowstone River SUPERVOLCANO The Yellowstone Eruption Off To Yellowstone We Go!!! DR BILL DEAGLE - JULY 15TH 2011 - YELLOWSTONE READY TO ERUPT? (1/3) Yellowstone - BBC TWO Television Trailer (HD 720p) PROOF! YELLOWSTONE earthquakes - USGS censored! UNDENIABLE SCANDAL ! New website to see activity! Wolf Steals Road Cone in Yellowstone National Park NATURE 'Christmas in Yellowstone' | Fox Hunt | PBS Elenin, Yellowstone Caldera Rumbling! 9-2-2011
© OpinionCenter.li - Privacy Policy - Terms of Service - Help & Contact Last update : 2016-05-14 13:59:34