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Mammoth Ranger Led Activities
Spring and Summer 2018


Mammoth Ranger Led Activities - Yellowstone National Park
Activity Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat
Calling in the Cavalry Walk (June 17 to September 4)
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
5:00 pm

6/17–9/2
5:00 pm

6/18–9/3
5:00 pm

6/19–8/28
5:00 pm

6/20–8/29
5:00 pm

6/21–8/30
5:00 pm

6/22–8/31
5:00 pm

6/23–9/1
Experiencing Wildlife in Yellowstone (May 26 to Sep 3)
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

5/27–9/2
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/28–9/3
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/29–8/28
10:00 am
&
4:00 pm

5/30–8/29
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

5/26–9/1
Hot Springs Terraces Walk (June 24 to September 3)
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

6/24–9/2
9:00 am

6/25–9/3
9:00 am

6/26–8/28
9:00 am

6/27–8/29
9:00 am

6/28–8/30
9:00 am

6/29–8/31
9:00 am

6/30–9/1
Junior Ranger Wildlife Olympics (June 8 to August 24)
Kids can test their skills and compare their abilities to the animals of Yellowstone. How far can you jump? How well can you see and smell? Stay for as little or as long as your plans allow. Meet in front of the Albright Visitor Center. Accessible.Handicapped Accessible
          12:00 pm
to
3:00 pm

6/8–8/24
 
Mammoth Evening Program (July 1 to September 3)
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
7/1–7/29

9:00 pm
8/5–9/2
9:30 pm
7/2–7/30

9:00 pm
8/6–9/3
9:30 pm
7/3–7/31

9:00 pm
8/7–8/28
9:30 pm
7/4–8/1

9:00 pm
8/8–8/29
9:30 pm
7/5–8/2

9:00 pm
8/9–8/30
9:30 pm
7/6–8/3

9:00 pm
8/10–8/31
9:30 pm
7/7–8/4

9:00 pm
8/11–9/1
Activity Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

Stars Above Yellowstone - Evening Program - Mammoth and Tower
Place Meet at Forces of the Northern Range parking area - dress warmly and bring a flashlight
Title Stars Above Yellowstone
Description Explore Yellowstone’s pristine night sky. Meet at Forces of the Northern Range parking area. Look for “Self-Guiding Trail” sign on the Mammoth to Tower Road approximately 8 miles east of Mammoth Hot Springs and 10 miles west of Tower Junction.
Dates June 14th - July 5th, July 12th - August 2nd, August 12th
Time 10:30 p.m. - June 14, July 5, July 12 - / - 10:00 pm - August 2, August 12

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