Yellowstone Country Blog

Notes from the Road: The Official Rules of a Powder Day

Two things characterized my first winter in Montana’s Yellowstone Country: I didn’t have a car (yes, I biked. All. Winter. Long.) and I bought my first-ever ski pass. That first year, I enjoyed my time working at a magazine during the week, trying to get to know Yellowstone Country as...

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Notes from the Road: How a Yellowstone Country Kid Grows Up

I grew up in a snowy place. A place that was gray and stormy and was somewhere in the Minnesota - Maine corridor, where winters were fierce, the snow was wet and the local Prozac prescription per capita was among the highest in the nation (it was the sun deprivation, essentially). But I grew...

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Notes from the Road: Where to Find the Best Burger in Yellowstone Country

After a cold day stomping around in the snow, skiing clean lines or skating loops around a frozen pond, there’s little that gets the blood flowing again like a hearty meal. While our growing season is a little shorter than elsewhere in the country and our landlocked nature makes a great seafood...

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Notes from the Road: The Perfect 2014 in Yellowstone Country

Here’s my disclaimer: I’m not really one for resolutions. I generally try to reevaluate my year around my birthday in May, because usually, adding another candle to my cake sufficiently freaks me out enough that I feel like I should do some goal setting. However, I do have a very long...

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Notes from the Road: 9 Things for Non-Skiers to Do This Season

When the snow flies and the mountains are blankets of white, it’s easy to see why Yellowstone Country has a reputation for being a skier and rider’s paradise. And while we are certainly excited that the resorts are open, we’re also happy to report that you don’t necessarily have to step...

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