Yellowstone is unique in the world of national parks, as it was the first to be established all the way back in 1872. Spanning the three states of Montana, Wyoming, and Idaho, this rich country spreads over a whopping 3,472 square miles of the American wilderness. Colorful mineral hot springs, snow-capped peaks, rushing waterfalls, and abundant wildlife make Yellowstone a playground worth exploring for more than one day. The park holds endless possibilities for hiking, camping, sightseeing, and wildlife viewing.
Plan your stay in Bozeman, Big Sky, Gardiner, or West Yellowstone for access to all of this and more.
Skiing & Snowboarding
Post Date: 12/08/2020
Whether you ski or snowboard, expect acres of fresh powder, miles of groomers, and plenty of slope time during your visit to Montana. From Livingston to Bozeman, you have heaps of ski hills to choose from, so you can pick from the locals' favorite mom-and-pop mountains or world-class resorts. Here's...Read Article
Post Date: 08/10/2021
Record high temperatures in Montana this summer don’t need to put a damper on an adventurous vacation. Between high alpine regions and plenty of river miles to go around, you can find a whole lot of ways to cool off, even when it gets hot. Here are a few of...Read Article
Post Date: 02/08/2022
When temperatures drop, Montana’s areas of open water become an icy paradise for fishing. But when you’re just starting out, the sport of ice fishing can be a bit intimidating. Get all the details for a fishing trip to remember. Here’s your guide to ice fishing in the treasure state...Read Article