3 Ways to Have a Winter Adventure in West Yellowstone

Visitors flock to West Yellowstone during the winter months to experience the seasonal beauty of Yellowstone National Park and take advantage of world-class opportunities for winter recreation. With an average of more than 150 inches of snowfall each year, the Greater Yellowstone region transforms into a winter wonderland complete with snow-draped mountains, icy waters, and

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Crust Cruising in West Yellowstone

When spring comes to West Yellowstone, the days gradually grow warmer while the nights stay crisp and cold. These unique weather conditions can only mean one thing—it’s time for crust cruising!   What is crust cruising? When the snow warms and softens under the spring sunshine, it refreezes overnight into a smooth, sparkling crust. Skate skiers

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Spring Crust Cruising West Yellowstone Montana

Spring Skiing West Yellowstone Montana. Photo courtesy of Freeheel & Wheel. Crust Cruising: A euphoric phenomena allowing Nordic skate skiers to travel over large open areas.  Determined solely by Mother Nature. Periodically throughout the spring, ideal crust cruising conditions present themselves.  To the experienced skier, it is an addiction.  The uninitiated question the daybreak departure,

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Annual Ski Swap

Do you have unused skis, boots, snowshoes, outerwear, and other winter gear cluttering up your garage or basement or bedroom? Why not get some money back from it?  Bring it to the WYSEF Ski Swap (consignment drop off on Friday 11/12 from 5:00-7:00pm) and sale is on Saturday 11/3 from 8:00 AM to Noon. Previous

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Annual Taste Of The Trails

  Who: All skiers & snowshoers What: A supported 5k tour with strategically placed food stations Where: Rendezvous Ski Trails, West Yellowstone, Montana When: February 19, 2022;  12:00pm (Noon) Snowshoers first at Noon, skiers between Noon and 1pm Why: Explore the trails with friends & family at a recreational pace (Dining all the way!) So that we can prepare enough

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