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Welcome to Yellowstone

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Tapanga Saul

on 26 October 2012

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By: Daniela R
Ashley B
Jonathan R
Tapanga S Winter activities Autumn & Spring Conditions Summer Activities Yellowstone is located primarily in Wyoming but does extend to Montana & Idaho. Welcome To Yellowstone Ranger-guided snowshoe hikes around West Yellowstone

Snowcoach rides to the Old Faithful Snow Lodge

Cross-country skiing along Riverside Trail

Guided snowmobile tours into the park's interior

(Ensure availability by making a reservation when you book your room. Shuttle service is provided.) Winter Conditions Temperatures often range from zero to 20F(-20 to -5C) throughout the day.

Sub-zero temperatures over-night are common.

The record low temperature is -66F (-54C).

Snowfall is highly variable. While the average is 150 inches per year, it is not uncommon for higher elevations to get twice that amount. Daytime temperatures range from the 30s to the 60s (0 to 20C) with overnight lows in the teens to single digits (-5 to -20C).

Snow is common in the Spring and Fall with regular accumulations of 12" in a 24 hour period. (We placed these two into the same category because the weather conditions are the same.) http://www.bigskyresort.com/activities/winter/Outdoor-Activities/Yellowstone.asp http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/weather.htm Autumn & Spring activities In the warmer months you can hike, bike, camp, whitewater raft, horseback ride, and climb…not to mention ziplining, fishing, and backpacking Wildlife Tours

kayak & canoe

Horse pack trips

Biking Summer conditions Typically around the 70's (25C)

Thunderstorms are common

Nights are usually cool and temperatures may drop below freezing at higher elevations. Seasons Yellowstone National Park is a place that you can visit any time of year. There is always something to do, and sights to see. Yellowstone is a great place to bring your family and is educational at the same time as being interesting. The most famous landform at Yellowstone is Old Faithful a geyser that was formed millions of years ago
It erupts warm air and water every 90 minutes making it the most predictable geyser
Other landforms include lakes,rivers, waterfalls and mountains.cliffs and plateaus
There's lots of freshwater and it's very rocky Landforms Have any questions? What is the Region? How did Yellowstone form? What is the best time to visit? HISTORY The history of Yellowstone goes back to
11,000 years ago, when Native Americans used the region to hunt, live and as a major transportation route. About 200 years ago the first people from Europe explored the park. An explorer named David Thompson (geographer and explorer) described in his notes that the place looked like "Yellow Stones".In 1872, Yellowstone was established as the first national park in the world. Yellowstone is a way for people to preserve and protect the best of what they had for the benefit and enjoyment of future generations. MODERN TECHNOLOGY AND HUMAN MODIFICATION The Geysers at Yellowstone formed because Yellowstone is a hot spot(Yellowstone is actually a huge volcano) and molten rock heats up water and air shoots up. Perceptual region: Lots of trees and forests; it is nature friendly
formal-trees, geysers and lakes
Formal- not a very populous place and almost no buildings. It's best to go during the fall when there are fair conditons and the park is less crowded. However, it depends on your likes and interests to determine the best time to go. Yellowstone park currently recycles the plastic bottles left at the park to make synthetic turf
Yellowstone also recently began monitoring the air pollution caused by snowmobiles used as a form of transportation and recreation in an effort to conserve the national park Vegetation Types of Trees There are more than 1500 plant species. Yellowstone is mainly known for conifer forests and meadows of wildflowers. Coniferous Trees
Lodgepole Pine
Douglas Fir
Blue Spurce Ogden:
Population- 82,702
Median age of people- 29
female percentage- 49.4%
Male percentage- 50.6%
Gross pay- 19,548
good for recreational fun such as rock climbing, indoor surfing, skydiving, trail walking,and other great recreational activities For prolonged visits If you plan on going to yellowstone for a while try out these cities not far from there SEE YOU SOON!:) (/._.)/YELLOWSTONE \(._.\) Gardiner, Montana
Population:851
Population Density:224.9 people per square mile
Races: White, 0.35% African American, 1.41% Native American, 0.24% Asian, 0.12% from other races, and 0.59% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 0.47% of the population.
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