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: 11/10/2020
Autumn in Yellowstone country is a special time. The crowds diminish, and nature takes center stage, with animals winding down into hibernation, leaves changing color, and the landscape softening to winter as the first snows powder the mountain peaks. But the views aren’t all locked within park boundaries—the surrounding region...Read Article
Post Date: 02/18/2020
The mountain peaks of Montana, wildflowers waving in the wind, clear rivers and streams packed with trout, all are more than enough to inspire a conservatism spirit in visitors. Sustainable tourism, at its core, is simple. According to the Travel Foundation, an organization that has made it their mission to...Read Article
Post Date: 08/04/2020
There are miles upon miles of public lands around Paradise Valley, stretching from the north of town all the way south past Yellowstone. The options for hiking are nearly limitless, so don't let decision fatigue keep you off the trails. When you're looking for a fun or challenging hike, here...Read Article