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Boldly go. Winter is waiting.

North of the park in Montana’s Yellowstone Country, winter is wide open. You’ll find some of the most sublime downhill and backcountry skiing on the continent at three of the state’s four largest ski areas. Choose your own snow venture on mixed terrain with no lift lines, affordable lift tickets and 400 inches of fresh powder annually. Or take to the trails and boundless backcountry for Nordic skiing, sleigh rides, dog sledding, snowmobiling and snowshoeing in Yellowstone’s woodland wonderland.

Eat drink, ski and be merry among basecamp communities bustling with extraordinary lodging options, restaurants, shops, galleries, breweries, distilleries, four-season fun and genuine mountain-town vibes. Yellowstone Country’s small towns offer up some of the friendliest hospitality around.

Explore America’s first national park—which is even more surreal with steaming geyser basins and thermal pools juxtaposed with pure white snow—and then discover the Yellowstone you haven’t seen yet. Head north and you’ll find it.

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

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Things To Do In The Winter

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