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A Beginner’s Guide to Canyoneering

A Beginner’s Guide to Canyoneering Zion National Park is one of the world’s premier places for canyoneering—the art of descending canyons of various widths and depths. These adventures range from easy hikes down rocky gorges to scrambling through slender, sinuous crevices filled with water.

Why Winter Shouldn't Stop You from Visiting West Yellowstone

Why Winter Shouldn't Stop You from Visiting West Yellowstone Winter is an amazing time to visit West Yellowstone, Montana. With fewer crowds and plenty of powdery snow, it's a prefect spot for cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, or simply enjoying the incredible scenery in front of a cozy fire.

Note: During the federal government shutdown, Yellowstone remains open. Some national parks may remain accessible to visitors; however, access may change without notice. Some parks are closed completely. Some visitor services may be available when provided by concessioners or other entities. For most parks, there will be no National Park Service-provided visitor services, such as restrooms, trash collection, facilities, or road maintenance. For more information, see www.doi.gov/shutdown and the park website.

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