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Popular Yellowstone and Grand Teton Trails Closed Until Further Notice

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Published on May 24, 2015

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Two of the most heavily used day-hiking routes in Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks in northwest Wyoming are closed for the time being because of weather damage and maintenance.

In Yellowstone, the iconic Brink of the Lower Falls trail is closed in the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone because of a mud and rock slide that deposited a 7-by-8-foot boulder on the route, effectively blocking the path.

In Grand Teton, the trail beyond Hidden Falls to Inspiration Point is closed and being rerouted so crews can replace bridges over Cascade Creek and rebuild the rocky ledge trails and steps that lead up to the popular Jenny Lake overlook.

Work can't begin to remove the enormous rock on the Brink of the Lower Falls trail in Yellowstone because of wet weather, Yellowstone spokeswoman Traci Weaver said Thursday.

"It's closed until further notice," she said, "until we get a drying trend and are able to get in there and deal with it."

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if you look at a satellite map of the USA without all the state lines, you see the ash debris from the previous eruptions.

 

seems a given it's going to go off again.  And it's due...

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