Yellowstone National Park
By: Tim DeSimone
Winter - 0-20 Fahrenheit during the day and subzero temperatures in the night. About 150 inches of snow per year.
Spring and Fall - Daytime temperatures 30-60 Fahrenheit and nighttime temperatures in the teens. Weather has lots of sudden changes and snow is common.
In the last 50 years, Yellowstone has gotten warmer and growing season has grown over 30 days longer. Climate has changed to be warmer and for the warm seasons to last longer.
-Back country camping and hiking
-Ranger explore activities
-Skiing and snowshoeing
-Tours (Geysers, Land, Water)
-Horse and llama riding
The activities at Yellowstone have changed because before there were no planned activities and now there are ranger led, organized activities.
-Yellowstone is the only active super volcano on land.
-Yellowstone is bigger than Delaware and Rhode Island COMBINED!
-The lowest temperature recorded at Yellowstone was -66 degrees Fahrenheit.
-96% percent of the park is in Wyoming, 3% is in Montana, and 1% is in Idaho.