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There’s so much to do here, you’ll wish you could stay forever.

With nearly two million acres of preserved land, Yellowstone National Park has been protected for almost 150 years because it’s such a unique place. Not only will you enjoy touring its geological and hydrothermal features and observing wildlife, you’ll also want to use this opportunity to take part in one of the many outdoor activities that make Yellowstone special today.

Summer Activities

Visit Mammoth Hot Spring, Tower Falls, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, all in one day! You’ll enjoy taking photos, learning history, and getting out of the van at each stop to explore. Each tour includes a picnic lunch in the park.

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Explore the majority of the park’s geothermal features, including the famous Old Faithful geyser, which shoots more than 100 feet in the air. You’ll enjoy historical interpretation from our enthusiastic guides and enjoy walking the park boardwalks over hot sulfur pools. Each tour includes a picnic lunch in the park.

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Whether you’re an experienced rider or will be in the saddle for the first time, you’ll love exploring the area on horseback. Our wranglers are as personable as they are experienced, ensuring you’ll laugh, learn and just have an all-around great time.

Rides are available Monday through Saturday (our horses rest on Sunday.) Daytime and evening rides. Weather may impact ride scheduling and availability.

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Explore the very best of Yellowstone’s outback on one of three scenic flight options offered by our partner. Friendly local pilots and great ground crews help make this experience unforgettable. 406-602-2742 More Info

Fish the Yellowstone and live to tell the tale with one of our experienced guides. Whether you’re a beginner or an old pro, you’ll be glad you took this chance to spend time in nature and see our favorite river in a whole new way.

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Located 1/2 block from the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, Freeheel and Wheel is your trailhead to adventure.

Drop in and have a seat at their espresso bar and  get ready for a Yellowstone cycling adventure.

By offering rentals, sales, service, and accessories they can accommodate all your bicycling needs.

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Multi-level adventure ropes and zipline course in the heart of West Yellowstone. Ages 4 and up. Yellowstone Aerial Adventures 406-646-5171 www.yellowstoneparkzipline.com More Info
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Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre is a “must see” on your travel itinerary. Through the stunning film “Yellowstone” as well as displays located in the lobby, visitors can see the true Yellowstone as it is today and as it was a hundred and 100,000 years ago. In addition to most of the theater’s movies and soundtracks on DVD and CD, find many unique gifts and keepsakes from T-shirts to fine art sculptures and Huckleberry Gourmet Treats. 4066464100 www.yellowstonegiantscreen.com More Info
Raft the Gallatin River, made famous by the movie “A River Runs Through It”. They are the closest whitewater rafting to West Yellowstone and only 39 miles from Bozeman. All trips depart from Big Sky, Montana. Geyser Whitewater Expeditions 406-995-4989 www.raftmontana.com More Info
West Yellowstone Rodeo is held just outside of the town near the Idaho Border. There are performances 5 to 6 days a week from the middle of June to the end of August. Wild West Rodeo is a family-owned establishment and strive for the ultimate family fun experience that Montana has to offer. 406-560-6913 www.westyellowstonerodeo.com/ More Info

Winter Activities

During the winter, the park’s geothermal features are even more interesting, as their steam erupts into the chilled air. Choose between snowmobile and historic snow-coach as your mode of transportation when you visit Old Faithful and other Upper Loop destinations during our magical winter season. Bundle up and explore what a real-life winter wonderland really looks like! Lunch is included.

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During winter, this majestic feature is truly a sight to behold, and seeing bison and other wildlife out exploring the snowy landscape will make a truly special memory for you and your family. Elect snowmobile or historic snow-coach as your transportation as you explore the Grand Canyon and other breathtaking stops along the way. Lunch is included.

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Ever been somewhere where you can move around via snowmobile? Experience just how freeing it feels to be zooming around in the fresh powder. Choose a single snowmobile, share with a partner, or upgrade to a power sled. Our experienced guides are excited to show you the ropes — and explore the beautiful open spaces surrounding the park.

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West Yellowstone is unique in the fact that snowmobiles can be ridden on most of the city streets and so there’s no need to pull your sled on a trailer to the trailheads. Just jump on and ride. Private guides are available or you can simply go out on your own.

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There are dozens of groomed trails inside and outside of the park with plenty of fresh powder just waiting to be explored. Leading the charge is the Rendezvous Ski Trail system, which is a widely recognized hallmark for skiers.

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Strap on a pair of our snowshoes and explore the park via a free guided walk from the visitors center to the Madison River, just a mile from our headquarters.

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Located at the west entrance of the Yellowstone National Park, the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre is a “must see” on your travel itinerary. 

Through the stunning film “Yellowstone” as well as displays located in the lobby, visitors can see the true Yellowstone as it is today and as it was a hundred and 100,000 years ago.

In addition to most of the theater’s movies and soundtracks on DVD and CD, find many unique gifts and keepsakes from T-shirts to fine art sculptures and Huckleberry Gourmet Treats.

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There are dozens of groomed trails inside and outside of the park with plenty of fresh powder just waiting to be explored. Leading the charge is the Rendezvous Ski Trail system, which is a widely recognized hallmark for skiers.

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Strap on a pair of our snowshoes and explore the park via a free guided walk from the visitors center to the Madison River, just a mile from our headquarters.

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"The rooms were clean and spacious and the soaking tub was awesome after a day in the snow. The free breakfasts we received as part of our package were outstanding, and our one complimentary dinner was much enjoyed. The entire staff at Three Bear Lodge was friendly and helpful. We also received Imax movie tickets as part of our snowmobiling package, which we really enjoyed. We had a great time here and plan to come back in the spring!"

- Nicki C.

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