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Cyclists rule, briefly, on 49 miles of Yellowstone roads

Bicyclists encounter bison in Yellowstone National Park while touring during spring, prime time to enjoy the park’s wildlife. (BRETT FRENCH)
Bicyclists encounter bison in Yellowstone National Park while touring during spring, prime time to enjoy the park’s wildlife. (BRETT FRENCH)

BICYCLING — This is a premier annual opportunity for cyclists to savor Yellowstone National Park before the RVs hit the road.

Yellowstone Park opens 49 miles of road to bicycles today
Bicyclists can enter Yellowstone National Park's West Entrance and ride 49 miles of highway to Mammoth Hot Springs as road crews continue clearing other park roads for the general opening in late April.

Cyclists can call (307) 344-2107 from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on weekdays for updated road access information.

Weather info: (307) 344-2113.

Get more details on spring biking in the park here




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