July 1, 2022 |

The north loop of Yellowstone National Park will reopen Saturday, the park said in a Thursday press release. The north loop has been closed since June 13th in the wake of historic flooding.

“Federal Highway Administration engineers have completed final bridge and road safety inspections. Temporary repairs to the wastewater systems have been evaluated and will accommodate day use on the north loop,” the release reads.

For more information, visit https://www.nps.gov/yell/

Pictured above: Photos by NPS/Jim Peaco): Park rangers welcoming visitors through the West Entrance on (re)opening day.

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