When I think of my favorite viral moments from Yellowstone National Park, this is among the best of the best. It's that fun time when a bull elk took a severe dislike to a snowmobile and decided to challenge it (and everything else) to a fight.
It's not even tourist season, but there are already people behaving badly with wildlife in Yellowstone National Park. A new video share shows snowmobilers tempting fate by getting way too close to a nearby bison herd.
As I've mentioned previously, winter may be the best time to be in Yellowstone National Park. You don't have many tourists to deal with thanks to main roads being closed. But, that doesn't mean it's ideal for snowmobiles if they get too close to bison as a new video share shows.
If spend any amount of time in the mountains of Wyoming, you always need to be aware of avalanche danger. Two Wyoming snowmobile riders learned that recently as they narrowly escaped an avalanche that caught them by surprise.
A group of about 100 snowmobilers is coming to the Snowy Range this weekend, and a U.S. Forest Service law enforcement officer is taking the opportunity to put out some key information about snowmobiling in the Medicine Bow National Forest...