Colorado Neighbor: Watch the Devastating Flooding That’s Closed Yellowstone National Park
The rising waters have been so devasting that all of Yellowstone National Park's entrances are now closed. A new video shows just how bad the flooding has been.
As CNN has reported, all the entrances to Yellowstone are currently closed. Flooding in Park County and Yellowstone has just been shared by KBZK in Bozeman, Montana.
As CNN has mentioned, these entrance closings are only temporary.
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Yellowstone National Park mentioned the closings earlier today in a Facebook post.
NBC Montana also shared this incredible video from above the north entrance at Yellowstone.
The Billings Gazette also shared a video of flooding in Red Lodge, Montana.
For more updates on follow them on Facebook as this situation is changeable.
Amazing Angels Landing Hike in Zion National Park
Angels Landing was the coolest and most thrilling hike I have ever experienced in my life. While there are plenty of other great hiking trails in Zion, this is the granddaddy of them all. Whether you are able to reach the very top or not, Angels Landing is a hike that needs to go on the very top of your hiking bucket list.
The Amazing Road Trip to Bryce National Park is Just Five Hours From Grand Junction
Bryce Cayon National Park is just five hours west of Grand Junction, yet so many people have never been there. The main reason for this has to be because they simply don't know what they are missing.
The best way I could describe Bryce is to think of the Colorado National Monument. Imagine something that is nearly twice as large and even more scenic. That would get you on the way to understanding exactly what you will find at Bryce Canyon National Park.
STUNNING: Nighttime photos show the Milky Way over 9 national parks and monuments
Colorado is home to four national parks and eight national monuments. Our neighbors to the west, Utah, boasts five national parks and seven national monuments. Also within reach are the parks and monuments of New Mexico and Arizona.
If you're the road-trip type, they're all reachable in a day's drive from Colorado.
While the majority of tourists visiting these parks only witness the phenomenal views during the day, there's a sight to be seen under the stars.