On skiis in Yellowstone National Park beside one of the world’s most famous trout steams is Ed Wilson, a civilian scout for the U.S. Army. The first known use of cross-country skis to traverse the park was in 1871. Note the barely visible, snow-covered Riverside Bridge in the background. Photographed ca. 1887 by F. Jay Haynes.
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