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Boldly go. Winter is waiting.

Mountains of discovery sit quietly north of Yellowstone, where winter lives up to its name and waits for those who know it isn’t just a season, it’s a way of life. It waits for those who carve their own path down a mountain where no other lines exist.

Here, three of the state’s four largest ski areas offer up some of the most sublime downhill and backcountry skiing in North America, and 400 inches of annual snowfall blankets boundless mixed terrain ideal for Nordic adventures, snowshoeing, enchanting sleigh rides and world-class snowmobiling.

Yellowstone Country’s basecamp communities are quintessential mountain ski towns, and extend some of the friendliest hospitality around, like fine and unique dining, breweries, distilleries, coffee shops, museums, galleries, theaters, and idyllic lodges and resorts.

There’s an authentic winter getaway in this powder paradise, and a national park that’s altogether surreal, with steaming geyser basins and thermal pools juxtaposed with pure white snow. Come see what a real winter wonderland looks like. It’s waiting in Yellowstone Country Montana.

Winter Video in Yellowstone Country, Montana and Yellowstone National Park.

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Things To Do In The Winter

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