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Yellowstone National Park Local Customs: 10 reviews and 12 photos

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by kazander

As you travel along the parks Loop Road, every once in a while you will come across a bunch of cars pulled over and people all staring through binoculars or camera lenses at something. Sometimes it pays to stop and ask them what they see. We saw moose, elk, coyote, a bear ect.... just by stopping and asking. This was the most helpful with moose. Down in Grand Teton I waited over an hour for a Bull Moose to emerge. When we stopped all we could see were the tips of his antlers! Definately worth the wait (I am a huge fan of moose!)
We actually started a pulloff once when we spotted a pronghorn antelope. Such trendstters!
NOTE: when you pull over to the side of the road, be sure to pull your car completely to the inside of the white line that is painted on the road. The rangers request it, and it makes it much safer for you and the other pedestrians as well as drivers.

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  • Updated Oct 17, 2006
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