Yellowstone, October 27 & 28, 2012 (Report/Photos)

by GoHike on Mon Oct 29, 2012 2:41 pm

You can read the trip report here:
Inside of the blog post are links to images (as I write about them).If you want to skip straight to the gallery full of images you can do that here:
Make the jump to go through the online gallery, I ask that you leave comments/criticism or at least give your favorites a thumbs up… THANKS! Read the rest
And the Ranger said “It’s that time of year”!

by BlueSky on Mon Oct 29, 2012 11:05 am

October 21-24The last thing The Ranger said to us while we were stuck at Canyon was “It’s that time of year”! The only way out & the ONLY gate open was the South Entrance. But we were camped at Mammoth! How would we get back there?
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Max’s Fall Trip Report, Days 2 & 3: September 24 & 25
by Max  on Tue Sep 25, 2012 7:19 pm
Day 2
A couple of patterns are emerging on this trip: fairly quiet mornings followed by exciting afternoons. Though we’re not seeing a high volume of animals, our days are punctuated by great encounters with more elusive species. If the whole week goes this way, it will be pretty remarkable.
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Friday & Saturday (Sept-21 & 22 2012) – Forum Post

by jleom on Mon Sep 24, 2012 3:01 pm

It was a lot better this time than the weekend before. It was the first time I felt I had been skunked (wildlife). I did get some good landscape photos but never did get the big lense out.We arrived Thursday evening and headed over to Great Fountain Geyser for the sunset.

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Backpacking Hoodoo Basin (NE Yellowstone) 8/4-8/11, 2012

by Sitmowm on Tue Aug 14, 2012 2:42 pm

The Hoodoo Basin, in the northeast part of the park, is beautiful but remote. From the Soda Butte hikers’ trailhead in the Lamar Valley, it takes around 17 miles of hiking up the Lamar River and Miller Creek, and then a 2,000 foot climb and an additional six miles or so to reach the actual Hoodoos. Read the rest
Avalanche Peak Hike – YNet Discussion Forums

June 23rd — Avalanche Peak

by MGoBlue on Sat Aug 04, 2012 4:01 pm

Finally got around to hiking up to the top of Avalanche Peak. This view from the trail shows Sylvan Lake below and the southern end of Yellowstone Lake in the distance:
YNP June 2012 -4101_DxO.jpg by chestercheetah7, on Flickr
[break]Still a fair amount of snow on the peaks in late June:Image
YNP June 2012 -4136_DxO.jpg by chestercheetah7, on Flickr[break] Read the rest
The Waiting Game & scoping fun! (Forum Post)
by BlueSky on Sat Jul 21, 2012 3:38 pm
Question; How long do you wait to see some critter behavior you have never seen and want to? Answer; For us, 7 hours. I’ll get to that in a bit.We arrived Sunday July 8 at Pebble Creek Campground and got the same spot we had last year in August!
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Some photos from our trip (Forum Post)

by Dubh on Mon Jul 09, 2012 8:04 pm

A big thank you to all on YNET for making our trip to GTNP & YNP (24th May – 13th June) so much fun and productive.
The trip report is going to take me a bit longer, hence posting some photos from our trip.
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Our first Trip Report – June 16th – Day 9 (Forum Post)

by GeorgiaPhotog on Fri Jun 29, 2012 6:33 am
Day 9 – June 16, 2012 – Saturday:

We slept better during the night. Our cabin cooled down with the windows left open. We still haven’t run the heater and never would during our 4-night stay at Canyon. We were up early and out in Hayden Valley by 5AM.

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Trip Report – (YNet Discussion Fourms)

by Dan on Tue Jun 19, 2012 8:54 pm

Day 1 – Arrived thru the east entrance out of Cody around 4pm. Saw a momma and baby moose about 5 miles past the entrance, a grizzly just west of Sylvan lake and a black at Tower. Time for Bed!

Day 2 – Vicki and I Met Bruce Gourley and Ken Drury and his daughter for a hike to Mystic Falls this Morning. Read the rest

June 2-9th Wildlife Love Affair Again

by brentawp on Mon Jun 11, 2012 9:57 am

There are many thoughts that come to mind for these eight shooting days, not the least of which is rain. But during these two four-day photo safaris I was leading we came away with amazing experiences and some great images. Not all experiences lead to photos, but most in Yellowstone do. Read the rest

Babies, Best Buddies & Birthday Surprises June 4-7 Part 1

by BlueSky on Sat Jun 09, 2012 8:49 pm

Kevin’s Birthday was upon us but he didn’t want any presents. What he did want was a photographic adventure to Yellowstone. On his wish list to capture in photos were, COY’s, Badgers & Babies( are they called kits or cubs?), Pikas, & especially Quad Mom & the little one & his/her sibling.
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Planet Yellowstone: Live from the park, part 8
5 pm The afternoon drive between Mammoth and the Slough Creek turnout came and went without any drama, and right where we planned our midway break we ran into Max, Bill & Peggy. It’s not that we can’t have any fun with just the 2 of us, but their presence sure did upgrade the break.
Max’s Trip Report: Days 12 & 13
More gray, more snow, more of the same. Details are beginning to blur since so many of these days feature the same conditions and few standout sightings. Jenn and I caught our daily moose fix with the cow and yearling on the north side of the road at Warm Creek. We passed through the Lamar and Little America, encountering very little oncoming traffic. At Roosevelt we learned why. The road was closed heading west from Roosevelt Junction.
Max’s Trip Report: Days 6 & 7 – Forum Post

by Max on Tue May 22, 2012 6:37 pm


Day 6
Jenn was starting to feel under the weather, so she stayed in on this particular morning, but my friend Brian (who’s visiting for a few days) was happy to take her spot after spending the entire previous day indoors. Read the rest
Day 4 – Discussion Fourm – Trip Reports

by YSNUT on Mon Apr 23, 2012 8:30 pm

What a great beginning to the day. I was going east out of Mamoth just at first light when a grey wolf ran across the road just in front of me. It ran a short distance and stopped on a small hill.

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Day 3 – Discussion Fourm – Trip Reports

by YSNUT on Sun Apr 22, 2012 10:39 pm

I didn’t get out until mid-afternoon today and drove all the way to Pebble Creek without seeing anythingg significant . I figured it was going to be a lost day until I came across a black bear about 2 or 3 miles east of Phantom Lake.

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