Play in the Snow

Snow blankets rolling hills while conifer trees grow along the ridge.
Snow blankets the park in winter, making a winter visit far different than visiting in the summer.

NPS/Neal Herbert

 

Yellowstone National Park is a special place, and winter is a wonderful time to experience just how special it is. When winter snows descend on the park, many of the normal recreational opportunities are no longer available. However, this seasonal change provides new recreational opportunities to emerge: skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, and riding a snowcoach.

 
Two skiers explore the mountains of Yellowstone.

Ski & Snowshoe

Make tracks in a winter wonderland.

Snowmobiles and a snowcoach ride by a small group of bison

Ride a Snowmobile or Snowcoach

Take a guided tour of wintry Yellowstone.

People walk along a boardwalk that goes through the a bare landscape covered in parts by water.

Things To Do

Explore all the different things there are to do in the park.

Last updated: June 27, 2019

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Mailing Address:

PO Box 168
Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190-0168

Phone:

307-344-7381

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