|Above, one of Yellowstone' valleys. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Both Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks are preparing for the hordes of eclipse watchers that are expected to flood both parks a little over a week from now.
K2 Radio reported:
Yellowstone National Park and next-door Grand Teton National Park are preparing to break visitation records later this month, according to news releases.
On Aug. 21, visitors will see the moon pass between the sun and earth, blocking a part of the sun – a partial eclipse – throughout Yellowstone National Park, even though it is not in the path of totality.
But Grand Teton National Park is, and officials are expecting the day of the eclipse to be its busiest day ever.
Yellowstone park officials caution roads and facilities may be overwhelmed by the event.To read more, go here.