Yellowstone Country Blog

Bust out the binoculars, wildlife is out and about.

Babies are cute, but baby animals are REALLY cute. Yellowstone is home to the largest concentration of wildlife in the lower 48 states. For the diligent, wildlife watching during this time of year is especially endearing when the majority of babies are born and the park is less crowded. There are...

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It's here!

[caption id="attachment_1359694" align="alignnone" width="1024"] A black bear COY "Cub Of The Year" forages the dead fall in Yellowstone National Park[/caption] Spring has sprung in Yellowstone Country. On April 15th, 8am, the west entrance of Yellowstone National Park at West Yellowstone will...

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There's more than one way to skim a pond.

It’s called Pond Skimming and if you haven’t witnessed it, you’re in for some serious entertainment. Saturday, April 16 is the annual Pond Skim at Big Sky Resort where participants don crazy costumes, gather significant speed and hope not to get wet. We could try to explain it, but the...

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Tap into Montana

There’s a reason Montana breweries are popular with locals and travelers alike…it’s because we brew good beer. Come visit Yellowstone Country.

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The ants go marching one by one…

It’s true, hiking the Ridge at Bridger Bowl is similar to adhering to the innate rules of an ant colony— it’s all about respect. You don’t crowd anyone out or poach their line. You hike methodically and you find your line the same way. Most importantly, you stop at the top to enjoy the...

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