Norris-Canyon Blowdown Photos

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Norris-Canyon Blowdown is a 22-mile swath of lodgepole pine blown down by wind-shear action in 1984. It was then burned during the North Fork fire in 1988. This is the site where a famous news anchor said, "Tonight, this is all that's left of Yellowstone." A wayside exhibit there tells the Story.
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Norris-Canyon Blowdown - Yellowstone - USA