Snowy Sylvan Pass

A wall of snow lines the road along Sylvan Pass shortly before crews finished plowing the east entrance road into Yellowstone National Park. Officials say this year’s snowfall has been the heaviest in more than a decade. (National Park Service photo – click to enlarge)

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  1. Sylvan pass always impacts me the way the silent music of the boreal lights, or the top of the highest first drop of the roller coaster or the simple exclamation point. A magical otherworldly scape we can only pass never staying long.