Brett French reports: Yellowstone Park lively in fall
By angelamontana

Posted: September 16, 2022

Bull elk bugling and bison bulls raking their horns on trees are two reasons to visit Yellowstone National Park in the fall. Another is fewer people, and recently, the reopening of Slough Creek to the general public. Slough Creek offers a great place for anglers to wet a line, as well as a broad valley for wildlife watching. As autumn descends on the park, construction crews are vigorously working to complete reconstruction of washed out and new temporary roads between Gardiner and Mammoth and Tower Junction and Cooke City/Silver Gate. The roads are planned for reopening by the middle of next month. Until then, enjoy a warm fall day in the nation’s first national park as it celebrates its birthday. Don’t forget your binoculars and camera. To read more, check out my story at https://billingsgazette.com/news/state-and-regional/beholding-a-wild-wonder-visiting-yellowstone-always-fulfilling/article_782bb0c0-3067-11ed-80df-77a8a99491c8.html.