Yellowstone Country Blog

Cooke City: Big Mountains, Deep Powder

Aside from the population (75 residents), there is nothing small about Cooke City, Montana. Sitting at an elevation of 7,600 feet between Yellowstone National Park and the Beartooth Mountain Range, this mountain town is poised for serious recreation. Why the hype? Anyone in the know will tell...

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Making Music in Yellowstone Country

The music scene in Yellowstone Country is more than just a little bit country and a little bit rock-and-roll. Here you’ll find bluegrass, folk, reggae, hip-hop, classical and a mix of everything in between. No matter the season, incorporating live music into your Montana adventure is good for...

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Sled the West: Montana’s Snowmobile Mecca

Photo, Ken Takata Imagine an authentically western Montana town where you can hop on a snowmobile and start riding deep powder directly from your hotel, lodge or cozy cabin. In West Yellowstone, you can. With over 400 miles of trails and 150 inches of annual snowfall, it’s a mecca for...

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Soup’s On! A Culinary Road Trip Through Yellowstone Country

You won’t go hungry in Yellowstone Country. Whether it’s traditional, ethnic or something in between, the chefs here make some seriously good food. Our communities support their local farmers and ranchers utilizing fresh, Montana food. Starting from one end of the region to the other, we’ve...

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Sledding Yellowstone National Park

Photo, Jacob Frank Topping the list of places to sled, Yellowstone Country Montana is a premier snowmobiling destination. But, you might want to take a break from the adrenaline rush to explore Yellowstone National Park. We can’t say it enough— if you haven’t visited the park in...

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