Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park

A mid-September swing through Yellowstone National Park.


 

 

Yellowstone Pronghorn - Lamar Valley
Yellowstone Pronghorn – Lamar Valley

 

Mid-September is a great time to visit Yellowstone as most the tourists have departed (back to school in the U.S.).

 

September in Yellowstone
September in Yellowstone

 

The foliage is changing and the weather is good (although nights get chilly – or a snowfall can occur).

 

Fall foliage - Yellowstone National Park
Fall foliage – Yellowstone National Park

 

You can View my ENTIRE Photo Album of Yellowstone National Park by CLICKING HERE.

These images are VERY HIGH QUALITY  and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone. PLEASE view on a high resolution PC, Mac, HDTV, iPad or Tablet to enjoy these images.

For more images of the vast, sprawling beauty of southeastern Idaho, The Henry’s Fork, Mesa falls Scenic Byway, Shoshone Falls, Cave Falls and The Tetons Please CLICK ON One of My Photo Albums BELOW entitled:

Rainbows Rising

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway

Henry’s Fork

Shoshone Falls

Cave Falls

The Tetons


 

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The Tetons in September

The Tetons

A photo journal of our mid-September swing through Teton National Park (SEE LINK BELOW).


 

 

September in The Tetons
September in The Tetons

 

Mid-September is a great time to visit Teton National Park as most the tourists have departed (back to school in the U.S.).

 

The Tetons - Fall Foliage
The Tetons – Fall Foliage

 

 

The foliage is changing and the weather is good (although nights get chilly). Teton National Park is significantly less crowded than Yellowstone in September. The foliage colors are AMAZING!!! (Although colors depend upon temps and weather conditions - check the webcams in Jackson Hole before you go to insure optimal fall foliage viewing opportunities).

 

Fall Foliage in The Tetons
Fall Foliage in The Tetons

 

You can View my ENTIRE Photo Album of Teton National Park by CLICKING HERE.

These images are VERY HIGH QUALITY  and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone. PLEASE view on a high resolution PC, Mac, HDTV, iPad or Tablet to enjoy these images.

For more images of the vast, sprawling beauty of southeastern Idaho, The Henry’s Fork, Mesa falls Scenic Byway, Shoshone Falls, Cave Falls and Yellowstone National Park Please CLICK ON One of My Photo Albums BELOW entitled:

Rainbows Rising

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway

Henry’s Fork

Shoshone Falls

Cave Falls

Yellowstone National Park


 

Enjoy!!!

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The Black Labrador

The Black Labrador

A photo journal.


 

 

Reggie & Bill Dahl
Reggie & Bill Dahl

 

My life changing companion, Reggie.

 

My Buddy
My Buddy

 

You can view the entire photo album by CLICKING HERE.

 

My buddy
My buddy

 

These images are VERY HIGH QUALITY  and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone. PLEASE view on a high resolution PC, Mac, HDTV, iPad or Tablet to enjoy these images.


 

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Cave Falls

Cave Falls

Cave Falls is a waterfall area on the Fall River (aka Falls River) in the far southwestern corner of Yellowstone National Park. This area is accessed by a VERY rough and rutted road from the Ashton, Idaho area – driving east 22 + miles. (Would suggest you select another location if you have a passenger vehicle – Recommend 4WD vehicles with high clearance ONLY. (This “road” knocked my headlight connections loose on my 4WD – driving cautiously).


 

This is BEAR COUNTRY – CARRY BEAR SPRAY AND MAKE NOISE!!!

 

Be BEAR AWARE
Be BEAR AWARE

 

It is near the Bechler Ranger Station in Yellowstone N.P. —  GREAT trout fishing — The area is actually in the State of Wyoming – IN Y.N.P. You need a Yellowstone N.P. fishing license to fish here (which can be purchased at the Bechler Ranger Station). Be careful…if you miss your location on the map (downstream) you can be fishing in Wyoming and NOT Yellowstone!!! Be safe and have Wyoming, Yellowstone N.P. and Idaho fishing licenses on your person.

Cave Falls
Cave Falls

The Cave Falls Campground is there. The Forest Service website specifically states: “The campground is located in grizzly bear habitat that requires special precautions be taken with food.”

Cave Falls area
Cave Falls area

You can view the entire photo album by CLICKING HERE.

These images are VERY HIGH QUALITY  and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone. PLEASE view on a high resolution PC, Mac, HDTV, iPad or Tablet to enjoy these images.

For more images of the vast, sprawling beauty of southeastern Idaho, Please CLICK ON One of My Photo Albums BELOW entitled:

Rainbows Rising

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway

Henry’s Fork


 

Enjoy!!!

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Henry’s Fork

The Henry’s Fork of the Snake River is a misnomer. When you think of a “fork” humans typically think of a “fork in the road.” Nothing could be further from the truth when it comes to the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River.


 

 

Sunset on The Henry's Fork
Sunset on The Henry’s Fork

The Henry’s Fork is actually a REGION rather than a fork in the road. Take a look at this Google Map to garner an appreciation for what I’m saying here. The Henry’s Fork region is estimated to inhabit some  1.7 million acres and in excess of 3,000 miles of various forms of too many rivers, meadowlands, waterfalls, streams and canals to name here — in BOTH eastern Idaho, Yellowstone National Park and western Wyoming.

The region is typically divided between the area above Ashton, Idaho and the area below Ashton.

The Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, Above  the Ashton Reservoir :

This is considered the North Fork of the Snake river, also known as the infamous Henry’s Fork. It is a river of unique diversity. Originating as a small stream at it’s headwaters near the Idaho-Montana border, it rapidly evolves into a flowing river with the spring waters originating from Big Springs.  The system includes tail waters, flowing flats, remote and rugged canyons, numerous waterfalls and superb riffles flowing through a varied and vast geography.

The Rainbow trout fishing here is world renowned. Other species include brookies, cutthroat, hybrids and browns.

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Rainbows Rising

The insect populations is rich and diverse. Species include stoneflies, mayflies, caddis flies, salmon flies, drakes,  hoppers and other bugs that provide trout with a splendid food source.

This section of the river includes the famous Henry’s Lake,  Box Canyon and Harriman State Park segments. In Last Chance, Idaho you can visit the world famous Mike Lawson‘s Henry’s Fork Fly Shop, Three Rivers Ranch (Warm River, Idaho)or The Trout Hunter ALL THREE are HIGHLY recommended) for your gear, guide or guidance requirements.

Henry's Fork Anglers
Henry’s Fork Anglers

The Lower Henry’s Fork of the Snake River, is considered the flow below Ashton Reservoir. (aka South Fork). This includes the area that flows through Swan Valley (Idaho).

This region is your gateway to some of the most spectacular scenery on EARTH.

Your Gateway
Your Gateway

 

You can view the entire photo album by CLICKING HERE.

These images are VERY HIGH QUALITY  and are NOT intended to be viewed on a mobile phone. PLEASE view on a high resolution PC, Mac, HDTV, iPad or Tablet to enjoy these images.

For more images of the vast, sprawling beauty of southeastern Idaho, Please CLICK ON One of My Photo Albums BELOW entitled:

Rainbows Rising

Mesa Falls Scenic Byway

Cave Falls


 

Enjoy!!!

 

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