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Mammoth Ranger Led Activities
Spring and Summer 2016


Mammoth Ranger Led Activities - Yellowstone National Park
Activity Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Experiencing Wildlife in Yellowstone (May 29 to Sep 5)
Whether you're hiking a backcountry trail, camping, or just enjoying the park's amazing wildlife from the road, this quick workshop is for you and your family. Park rangers will help you learn where to look for animals and how to safely enjoy your wildlife watching experience. Meet in for of the Albright Visitor Center. 20 minutes. Accessible.
Handicapped Accessible
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/29–9/4
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/30–9/5
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/31–8/30
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

6/1–8/31
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

6/2–9/1
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

6/3–9/2
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

6/4–9/3
Hot Springs Terraces Walk (May 29 to September 5)
Explore Yellowstone’s powerful geologic past and present while meandering around the Mammoth Hot Springs Terraces. Learn how these dynamic travertine formations are unique among the park’s thermal features. Meet at the entrance to the Upper Terrace Drive, two miles south of Mammoth Village. 1.5 hours.
9:00 am

5/29–9/4
9:00 am

5/30–9/5
9:00 am

5/31–8/30
9:00 am

6/1–8/31
9:00 am

6/2–9/1
9:00 am

6/3–9/2
9:00 am

6/4–9/3
Wonders of Yellowstone (May 29 to September 5)
Yellowstone's history is full of wonders such as mountains and canyons, waterfalls, wildlife, history, and scenic beauty. Learn more about one fascinating aspect of this magical place. Meet in front of the Albright Visitor Center. 20 minutes. Accessible.
Handicapped Accessible
3:00 pm

5/29–9/4
3:00 pm

5/30–9/5
3:00 pm

5/31–8/30
3:00 pm

6/1–8/31
3:00 pm

6/2–9/1
3:00 pm

6/3–9/2
3:00 pm

6/4–9/3
Wildlife Olympics for Kids (June 3 to August 26)
During this Summer Olympics year, test your skills and compare your abilities to animals in Yellowstone. How far can you jump? How well can you see and smell? Take part in Yellowstone Wildlife Olympics on scheduled Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays between noon and 3:00 pm. Stay for as little or as long as your plans allow. Near Albright Visitor Center
            12:00 pm
to
3:00 pm

6/3–8/26
Calling in the Cavalry Walk (June 5 to September 5)
In its early days, Yellowstone National Park was protected by the U.S. Army. Learn about important historic park events and discover the role the military played in protecting Yellowstone on this short, relaxed walk around Fort Yellowstone. Meet in front of the Albright Visitor Center. 1 hour. Accessible.
Handicapped Accessible
6:00 pm

6/5–9/4
6:00 pm

6/6–9/5
6:00 pm

6/7–8/30
6:00 pm

6/8–8/31
6:00 pm

6/9–9/1
6:00 pm

6/10–9/2
6:00 pm

6/11–9/3
Yellowstone Tales (June 5 to September 5)
Yellowstone's history is full of amazing, interesting, and amusing tales. Listen close for a short story related to the human side of Yellowstone National Park. Meet in front of the Albright Visitor Center. 20 minutes. Accessible.
Handicapped Accessible
2:00 pm

6/5–9/4
2:00 pm

6/6–9/5
2:00 pm

6/7–8/30
2:00 pm

6/8–8/31
2:00 pm

6/9–9/1
2:00 pm

6/10–9/2
2:00 pm

6/11–9/3
Citizen Science at Yellowstone (June 7 to August 27)
Use your observation skills and technology to aid the park in collecting scientific data on ecological changes over time. Program is in the Mammoth Area. Reservations required. Inquire at the Albright Visitor Center in Mammoth to sign up, or call 307–344–2263. Limit is 20 participants. 2 hours. Handicapped Accessible
    8:00 am

6/7–8/23
    8:00 am

6/11–8/27
 
Mammoth Evening Program (June 12 to September 5)
Ranger Campfire Programs - Yellowstone National ParkLearn more about a fascinating aspect of Yellowstone’s natural or cultural wonders in a nightly slide presentation. Inquire locally on bulletin boards and at Albright Visitor Center for program titles and descriptions. Meet at the Mammoth Campground amphitheater. 45 minutes. Accessible.
Handicapped Accessible
9:30 pm
6/12–7/31

9:00 pm
8/7–9/4
9:30 pm
6/13–8/1

9:00 pm
8/8–9/5
9:30 pm
6/14–8/2

9:00 pm
8/9–8/30
9:30 pm
6/15–8/3

9:00 pm
8/10–8/31
9:30 pm
6/16–8/4

9:00 pm
8/11–9/1
9:30 pm
6/17–8/5

9:00 pm
8/12–9/2
9:30 pm
6/18–8/6

9:00 pm
8/13–9/3
Ranger Adventure Hike (June 12 to September 4)
Enter the wilderness world of Yellowstone's backcountry on a half-day guided hike. These free hikes vary from easy to strenuous. Some hikes are not recommended for people with heart, breathing, or serious medical conditions. All children, 15 and under, must be accompanied by an adult. Descriptions available at Albright Visitor Center in Mammoth. Reservations required—in person, or call 307-344-2450. 5 hours.
Handicapped Accessible
8:00 am

6/12–9/4

Garnet
Hill

Limit 15
  8:00 am

6/14–8/30

Clagett
Butte

Limit 15
  8:00 am

6/16–9/1

Garnet
Hill

Limit 15
  8:00 am

6/18–9/3

Terrace
Mountain

Limit 15
Activity Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat


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