Last call for fall in Yellowstone

JACKSON HOLE, WYO – Get to Yellowstone while you still can. With weather headed our way and the seasonal closure of roads in Yellowstone National Park, it’s last call for fall…see you in the winter.

This weekend, November 4-5, provides the last chance for visitors to drive to many iconic locations in Yellowstone. The West, South, and East Entrances and all roads, with one exception, will close to vehicle travel at 8am Monday, November 6, so the park can prepare them for the winter season and snowmobile and snowcoach travel, which will begin Tuesday, December 15.

The one exception is the road from the park’s North Entrance at Gardiner, Montana through Mammoth Hot Springs to the park’s Northeast Entrance and the communities of Cooke City and Silver Gate, Montana. This road is open all year, weather permitting. Travel east of Cooke City (via the Beartooth Highway) is not possible from late fall to late spring.

Visitors driving to and in the park during the fall and winter should have flexible travel plans and be prepared for changing weather conditions. Temporary travel restrictions or closures can occur at any time without notice. For the most current information on road conditions and road closures, visit or call 307-344-2117 for recorded information.

Watch the moon come up over Mount Everts in this amazing video:

Moonrise over Mount Everts

Long lenses aren't just great for wildlife. Check out this clip of the moon rising over Mount Everts from a couple nights ago!

Posted by Yellowstone National Park on Wednesday, November 1, 2017


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