Welcome to Greater Yellowstone

Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." — C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming

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St. Anthony Sand Dunes

Aerial view of dunes

Photo © Bureau of Land Management

Wind moves these mountains of granulated quartz eight feet a year, erasing the recurring ruts made by armies of off-road vehicles that climb the often 400-foot (122-meter) high dunes. managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM), this area is also a Wilderness Study Area supporting large herds of elk, mule deer, and moose in the winter...
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Noah Valdez, Northern Arapaho Fancy Dancer from Ethete, Wyoming, 2008 Plains Indian Museum Powwow.

Photo © Matt Jackson

Plains Indian Museum Powwow

Plains Indian Museum Powwow, Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming. Dancers, drum groups, and artisans from Indian tribes across the Northern Plains gather to celebrate their vibrant cultural traditions and histories in competitive dance. Grand entry times noon and 6 p.m. on Saturday;...
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Pompeys Pillar National Monument is located in south central Montana and was designated a National Monument on January 17, 2001. The site is managed by the U.S. Bureau of Land Management.

Photo © BLM Photo

Pompeys Pillar National Mounument

The Pillar overlooks the Yellowstone River about 25 miles east of Billings, Montana. The area is easily accessible from Interstate 94, using exit 23, or from Montana Highway 312. The Pillar is a sandstone butte or mesa and covers about two acres at its base and stands about 150 feet high....
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