As the premier winter vacation destination in the Northern Rockies, Montana’s Yellowstone Country is known as much for its terrain as for its snowfall, which often exceeds over 400 inches per season, much of it dry, light powder. And it falls on three of the four largest Montana ski areas, including Big Sky Resort, Bridger Bowl and Red Lodge Mountain. But that’s not it for things to do in the winter in Yellowstone Country. There’s also phenomenal Nordic skiing at Lone Mountain Ranch, Bohart Ranch, Rendezvous Trail and within Yellowstone National Park. The World’s first National Park also offers snowcoach tours, snowmobiling and winter wildlife spotting tours—which can include wolves, bison, eagles and a number of other fascinating creatures—as well as breath-taking geothermal and physical features unique to Yellowstone. And Montana’s Yellowstone Country offers the park’s only winter entrances that are accessible to vehicular traffic. Yellowstone Country also features hundreds of miles of snowmobiling trails outside of the park and across much of south central and southwest Montana. From picturesque panoramas to surreal surroundings draped in snow-covered splendor, there’s no end to the rugged, beautiful adventures that await you in Montana's Yellowstone Country.