If A Winter Trip to Yellowstone National Park Is On Your Mind, Here Are Some Options

If you're thinking of a winter trek to Yellowstone National Park, there are some things you have to accept. One, more than likely it will be cold and snowy. Two, lodging reservations will be tricky, as there are a very limited number of lodges open. Three, it's not going to be cheap. But if you're OK with those three conditions, you'll more than likely have an incredible time.

Keep An Eye Out For Bears During Your Fall Hikes in the National Parks

Fall can be a downright gorgeous time to take a hike in a national park. The air is crisp, the bugs are gone, the crowds have vanished, and the landscape is gorgeous. Just don't forget that the bears are trying to put on some extra calories to get through the winter. And a hungry bear can be an ornery bear.

Wilderness Designations And National Parks Don't Cross Paths Often Enough

Yellowstone. Canyonlands. Voyageurs. Grand Canyon. Great Smoky Mountains. Glacier. Surprising as it is, none of those parks has so much as a single acre of officially designated wilderness.
Wyoming's congressional delegation was quick Thursday to condemn the National Park Service's winter-use plan for Yellowstone National Park that would limit daily snowmobile numbers to 318. Sen. Mike Enzi thought as many as 1,000 machines should be allowed in.

Updated: Yellowstone, Grand Teton National Parks Release Winter-Use Plan That Reduces Snowmobile Numbers

As expected, National Park Service officials Thursday approved a winter-use plan for Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks that reduces snowmobile numbers in Yellowstone from past years. The intent is that this plan remain in effect for two winters while Park Service teams develop yet another environmental impact statement on winter recreation in Yellowstone.

An Unusual View of the Arnica Fire That Burned in Yellowstone National Park This Past Summer

This unusual photo of the Arnica Fire in Yellowstone National Park was taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station.

Jon Jarvis Supports More Official Wilderness in National Park System

Wilderness. It's where the wild things are. It's a place where the stress of everyday life in the "real" world can be swept away.

Wintry Conditions Descending On Yellowstone National Park

Fall was nice, wasn't it? At Yellowstone National Park winter already has made an appearance, and park officials are urging visitors to be a bit cautious when traveling the roads.

Recession? What Recession? Yellowstone National Park Continues To Set Visitation Records

If it seemed a bit crowded during your visit to Yellowstone National Park this year, well, that's because it was. Park officials announced Tuesday that 2009 visitation has eclipsed 3 million and seems likely to set an annual visitation record.

Wintry Weather Knocking Down Arnica Fire in Yellowstone National Park

A burst of wintry weather Wednesday greatly dampened the Arnica Fire in Yellowstone National Park, where fire crews were demobilizing while others worked to reopen a section of the Grand Loop Road that had been closed by the fire.