Spring in Montana is an awakening of sorts. A time of warming up and thawing out. Snowmelt feeds the rivers and the days get longer and longer. Wildlife begins to emerge and snow-covered roads start to clear. Make no mistake—our mountains are on duty all winter with snow seekers gliding, riding, and snowshoeing the terrain. But after you catch the last of spring skiing and the rich, earthly greens and brown begin to show, it’s time to peel off a layer of clothing, grab your bike, your binoculars, your golf clubs or your kayak and discover a season of renewal.
Spring arrives late to Yellowstone National Park, but when it comes, it brings a brilliance of wildflowers and wildlife, singing birds and uncrowded roads. Take advantage of rising temperatures and shoulder season prices, and explore an undiscovered springtime.