Yellowstone roads to close for season Monday

Yellowstone roads to close for season Monday

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Dunraven Pass

Cars travel up Dunraven Pass in Yellowstone National Park after a June snowstorm. The road has been closed for the season.

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK (AP) — Most roads in Yellowstone National Park are about to close to cars and trucks for the year.

The National Park Service plans to close all roads Monday except the route from the North Entrance at Gardiner, Montana, to the Northeast Entrance at Cooke City, Montana.

That road remains plowed year-round.

Roads will reopen to snowmobiles and snow coaches starting Dec. 15, weather permitting.

Park officials already have closed the road over Dunraven Pass for the season. The road closed earlier than planned this year because of snow.

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