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Old 06-23-2013, 03:13 PM   #43
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Let me jump in this thread and ask how the roads are in and around Yellowstone and down to Jackson? Next week, I'll be staying in Buffalo Bill State Park for a few days then have reservations at Headwaters Flagg Ranch Campground (on John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway) for a few more days.

From there hope to head into Utah and wondering if it would be best to get there via Idaho or drove on through Wyoming.

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Patsy, here are links to WYDOT, YNP, and GTNP road condition reports. Enjoy your trip!

Wyoming Travel Information Map
Park Roads - Yellowstone National Park
http://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisi...r-2013-web.pdf

Don't get upset with the road crews, Road construction is the largest employer in Wyoming!
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Old 06-23-2013, 03:54 PM   #45
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Patsy, here are links to WYDOT, YNP, and GTNP road condition reports. Enjoy your trip!

Wyoming Travel Information Map
Park Roads - Yellowstone National Park
http://www.nps.gov/grte/planyourvisi...r-2013-web.pdf

Don't get upset with the road crews, Road construction is the largest employer in Wyoming!

Hey, thanks so much for this information -- it is so useful....

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There is a long stretch of construction on the way to Lamar valley. (After Canyon if I remember correctly) It was amusing to see the bison grazing right next to the construction workers.
The rest of the roads in the parks were in very good condition. Same for the trip from West Yellowstone to Jackson. One long stretch of construction and the rest was in great shape. I would take this route over and over just for the view of the Tetons.
Please remember that we are from Louisiana and are generally impressed by every road outside of our beautiful state.
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...... Please remember that we are from Louisiana and are generally impressed by every road outside of our beautiful state.
These are among the best views anywhere! As I first said - start planning your next trip. Once just isn't enough. Especially for us flatlanders!

I just got a new scanner - going to digitize slides and pics. Can't be there now - so going to relive the experience.
Glad you made home safely.
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I was able to revisit Yellowstone last year and many years since my last visit. I stayed at Grants Village in early September and found many vacant campsites. Yellowstone is a uniquely magical place with splendid views and great opportunities to observe wildlife.

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120910 - Yellowstone National Park - Casita Adventures Photography by Rob Rupp
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