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Winter Visitor Use Management:

A MULTI-AGENCY ASSESSMENT FINAL REPORT OF INFORMATION FOR COORDINATING WINTER RECREATION IN THE GREATER YELLOWSTONE AREA

Greater Yellowstone Coordinating Committee Report
March 1999 (1.04 MB pdf)

WINTER VISITOR USE MANAGEMENT MAPS

These maps are included to provide a general concept of the information that the team used in their analysis. The full printed reports contain higher resolution maps.

Lands Open to Winter Use (89K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (86K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Terrain Currently Used by Motorized Use (90K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (90K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Terrain Currently Used by Nonmotorized Use (84K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (83K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Visitor Use Issues (85K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (85K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Low Snow Areas (69K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (72K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

GYA Slope Map (222K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (233K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Terrain Potentially Available for Motorized Use (74K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (77K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Terrain Potentially Available for Nonmotorized Use (76K html) - for Screen Viewing

Adobe Acrobat Version (77K pdf) - for Printing Letter Size

Analysis Results (126K html) - for Screen Viewing

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Did You Know?

Bison in Yellowstone.

There are more people hurt by bison than by bears each year in Yellowstone. Park regulations state that visitors must stay at least 25 yards away from bison or elk and 100 yards away from bears.