Yellowstone Country Blog

A Yellowstone Country Christmas List

The lists have been made, we’ve checked them twice. And while we’re hoping that we’re on the nice list this year, there was that one time. Anyway, we’re all adults and we know that most Christmas gifts can be easily had from a quick stop on Main Street. But we have a few things we’d like...

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Notes from the Road: A Newbie’s Guide to Cross-Country Skiing

Until two weeks ago, I had never cross-country skied. Admittedly, my upbringing was not one of family camping trips and cross-country drives through national parks. In fact, I grew up in the mid-Atlantic, with a family of Italians, whose idea of outdoor adventure was playing bocce in the backyard....

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Notes from the Road: How to Do the Western Wave

It’s no secret that life is a little bit friendlier out here in Montana’s Yellowstone Country. We chat with our grocery store cashier, know the names of all the other pups at the park (regardless if we know their owner’s names) and even our UPS delivery guy is on our Christmas list. Which...

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Notes from the Road: 6 Tips for Choosing the Perfect Christmas Tree

The Annual Hunt for the Christmas tree. There are three Yellowstone Country ways that you can obtain a Christmas tree: 1. Buy a fake tree from a big box store. 2. Purchase a pre-cut tree from your local hardware/discount/big box store. 3. Go out into the forest and cut down your own...

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Notes from the Road: Keely’s Camps Come to Big Sky

Former U.S. Ski Team racer and Big Sky native Keely Kelleher is the founder of Keely’s Camps, the first all-girls ski racing camps in the United States. Keely’s summer camps are week long, race-specific training and bonding experiences, held on Mount Hood, in Oregon. Winter camps are...

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