Yellowstone National Park in the winter means fewer people, more snow, and closed roads. This winter paradise allows visitors to see the park in an amazing way!

Traveling in Yellowstone during the winter is an exciting experience. It is important to know that the only entrance to the park is the North entrance, 90 miles outside of Bozeman MT. Other entrances are open to people via the use of snowmobile and snowcoach.

North Entrance

The Northern entrance to Yellowstone is located in Gardiner MT, it is a 90 mile drive from Bozeman and roads are open for visitors to drive to Mammoth Hot Springs Hotels and Cabins.

Snowcoach

All entrances to the park are open via snowcoach during the winter season. Snowcoaches are all terrain vehicles designed to travel through snow, there are many companies that provide tours and snowcoaches are the only way to access Old Faithful Lodge and Cabins. We reccomend Yellowstone Fun for your snowcoach tour.

Snowmobile

Enjoy guided tours of Yellowstone National Park or unguided tours on hundreds of miles of groomed, well marked trails starting in West Yellowstone, the West entrance to the National Park. We recommend Two Top Yellowstone Winter Tours for rentals, they are great tour guides and provide a great experience.

Snowshoeing and Skiing

Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are two other ways to access the park in the winter. There are many local businesses that offer snowshoe and ski rentals in the town of West Yellowstone. Check out the Boundary Trail, this groomed trail follows 8km of the Yellowstone National Park boundary.


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