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The Sleeping Giant team reaffirms its support of the Ukrainian people with an exclusive two-season deal – all Ukrainians with a valid passport are encouraged to come to Cody and ski for free. Since the moment Russian troops invaded Ukraine, the management of the Sleeping Giant Ski Area has unwaveringly stood behind the Ukrainian people.…

The new corridor from Gardiner to Mammoth Hot Springs was built out of necessity, but the expertly engineered road is already an experience that Yellowstone visitors will savor for years to come. The four-mile corridor steeply climbs along the rugged contours of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Grazing pronghorn and bugling elk watch plaintively as the…

Yellowstone National Park recorded another decline in visitation in September 2022, unofficially closing the park’s 150th anniversary on a disappointing note. The 150th anniversary of Yellowstone National Park will stand as one of the most challenging seasons in the park’s history. While Summer 2022 is one for the history books, it won’t be for record-breaking…

Several state and federal agencies collaborated to complete the multi-million dollar Beartooth Highway project, which will improve the safety, environmental impact, and overall experience of one of the main roads to Yellowstone National Park. It was a cold and cloudy day as people gathered at a newly constructed scenic pullout for the Sept. 22 ribbon-cutting…

Tina Hoebelheinrich, President and CEO of the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce, spoke about how tourism is down, the Chamber is gearing up for the fall with their Work-Ready Bootcamp and Trick-or-Treating in downtown this year.  Tina also talked about the government affairs committee and her trip to Washington, DC.

The June flooding in Yellowstone National Park continued taking its toll in August, as the number of visitors flowing through the three open entrances decreased substantially. The busiest season in Yellowstone National Park was substantially slower this year. As the summer of the park’s 150th anniversary opened with devastating floods, 2022’s visitation is the lowest…

Mother Nature seems determined to cut Yellowstone National Park off from the rest of the world, as a sudden mudslide closes the East Entrance and strands dozens of tourists Wednesday night. No other factor has impacted Summer 2022 in Yellowstone National Park than the weather. But after late-season blizzards and hundred-year floods, weather-related impacts are…

Ryan Hauck and Mike Darby from the Park County Travel Council came on SYP to discuss tourism not only in the state of Wyoming, but specifically in Park County.  They talked about how the flooding of Yellowstone has affected Park County as well as downtown Cody and how they had to pivot to get the…

June attendance in Yellowstone National Park was considerably lower in 2022, but considering a week’s closure, two severed entrances, and devastating floods – it’s not as low as many feared. Yellowstone National Park’s 150th anniversary has been one of the most disruptive in its history. However, while the park’s attendance is considerably lower than the…

Extensive repairs on the Montana side of U.S. 212 are finished, and the Beartooth Highway can finally reopen for Summer 2022, and this time – hopefully – it will stay open. To say Summer 2022 has been unorthodox is a tremendous understatement. Extreme weather has created such dangerous conditions that the flow of summer tourism…


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