Yellowstone-Glacier 2011
In August 2011, 14 UFV students and three Geography faculty member took off for a circle tour of the Yellowstone-Glacier corridor. Starting in Missoula, Montana, the three vans that carried the crew and their gear travelled to Butte, Anaconda, Virginia City, West Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park, Bozeman, Helena, Choteau, Browning, Glacier National Park, Kalispell, and back to Missoula. The trip took 12 days, and included stops at the Two-Medicine Dinosaur Museum, Lewis and Clark Caverns, the National Bison Range, the Berkeley Pit, historic uptown Butte and downtown Helena, the Museum of the Plains Indians, and lots of geologic, wildlife, and historic mining sites inside and outside the two national parks.  
 
 Above: Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone 2011
Below: In the Company of Bison: Journalling in the Lamar Valley 2011


  

Kees van Leeuwen sliding into the Abyss
Lewis and Clark Caverns, Montana, 2011

 Ken Brealey at Queen's Laundry
Yellowstone National Park, 2011

 
 Steve Clegg, Reid Tucker, and Brayden Wiebe investigate the remains of a bison, killed over the winter in Sentinel Meadows, Yellowstone (2011)
 
 Above: Rachel Chapmen photographing the waters at Queen's Laundry in Yellowstone
Below: Studying the recovery of plants following the Red Eagle Fire near Glacier National Park
 
 

 

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