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The South Entrance to Yellowstone National Park is due north of John D. Rockefeller, Jr., Memorial Parkway, the Grand Tetons and Jackson, Wyoming.
The entrance stands at 6,888 feet above sea level, near the headwaters of the great Snake River. The entrance road follows the steep Lewis River canyon north past Moose Falls, Lewis Falls, and Lewis Lake, before reaching Grant Village after about 22 miles. While it sounds like a short drive, in early winter, the road can be covered in a solid sheet of ice, and the safest speed might be 25 miles per hour or less.
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