Where to Snowmobile in West Yellowstone One of the main attractions in the West Yellowstone area is the snowmobile trails in the Custer-Gallatin National Forest, which offers a variety of terrain, including groomed trails, backcountry trails, and tree-lined trails. The trails are well-marked, well-maintained, and groomed almost nightly from mid-December through March, and there are
West Yellowstone, MT is home to some of the best outdoor winter experiences, from snowshoeing and Nordic skiing to ice fishing and snowmobiling, you can find yourself enjoying the great outdoors more than ever before. With over 50km of groomed Nordic ski trails and 400 miles of snowmobile trails, take your time exploring the Great White North.
Although the town is small, West Yellowstone in the winter is BIG on fun things to do! From snowmobiling and cross-country skiing to ice fishing and snowshoeing, there are plenty of ways to enjoy the great outdoors when the weather turns chilly. And if you’re looking for a more low-key vacation, you can always just
This unique experience is available in multiple spots in West Yellowstone, and each location offers a variety of species to make catching a fresh dinner a breeze.
If you want to see Yellowstone in winter, and I highly recommend that you do, today you can either take a snowmobile, a snowcoach, a bombardier or you can cross country ski. While Yellowstone is an amazing place to visit any time of the year, to me at least, it is at its most magnificent
Welcome to West Yellowstone! Grab your best friend and head to West Yellowstone for some snowy fun! That’s what I did! Winter is still in full swing at this gateway town to Yellowstone National Park with expectations of peak snowpack by early March. The national park is closed for the winter to traffic unless you
With over 150 inches of annual snowfall and nearly as many days of sunshine, West Yellowstone, Montana, has earned its place on the list of “11 Coolest Winter Places in America” (Budget Travel) and as one of the “Top 10 Winter Towns” (National Geographic Traveler). It is also continuously voted as one of the top
Yellowstone Park and our surrounding national forests offer wildlife viewing and birdwatching year-round. You will see bison migrating to their calving grounds, elk bugling during rut, antelope babies playing tag, and bear cubs rolling in the meadow under their mother’s watchful eye. Excellent birding surrounds West Yellowstone. Serious bird-watchers can explore the trails, forests, and
What’s on your adventure bucket list? How about seeing live grizzly bears, wolves, and birds of prey? Or becoming a Junior Smokejumper? Maybe floating down the river or exploring a working cattle ranch or historic Western town is more your pace. No matter how laid back or thrill seeking you are, there is unique adventures
Forget about power shopping and get into a relaxed mode. Casually stroll down West Yellowstone’s streets and you will find an assortment of stores, galleries, and specialty shops. In West Yellowstone, there’s always a little something for everyone. Enjoy the old-fashioned friendliness and pause on a bench to do some people-watching while indulging in a