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Yellowstone National Park, Montana
Yellowstone National Park
Yellowstone National Park, Montana
Activities, Attractions 

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National, Park Wyoming
Before you go
Why not take a drive to and through America's oldest, most majestic National Park? An hour away from your lodging in Big Sky, Yellowstone waits with priceless sights and days of adventure, from Mammoth Hot Springs to Old Faithful. Let the Park Rangers guide you, take a licensed tour, or chart your own path across some of the last untainted land in the country.



24 hours, conditions permitting; All entrances but the North close seasonally


$25 per vehicle; $20 per snowmobile / motorcycle; or $12 per visitor 16 and older on foot, bike, ski, etc. Fee grants 7-day access to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.


 A wide array of Ranger-led Programs can be found at http://www.nps.gov/yell/index.htm


  • Cross-Country Skiing
  • Wildlife Watching
  • Scenic Driving
  • Hiking
  • Seasonal Tours

Parking -

Once you pay your entrance fee, parking is free.

Proper Attire -

Plan according to the season.
In winter, bring heavy coats, gloves, warm pants, and snow boots.
In summer, be prepared for chilly nights.


Easiest route to Yellowstone?
The West Entrance is closest. Spring through Fall, take the US 191 South from Big Sky to West Yellowstone. In Winter, enter at the North entrance in Gardiner. For directions, see http://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/hours.htm
What winter attractions are available?
Old Faithful & Mammoth Hot Springs remain accessible all year, but you may want to book a Snowcoach or Snowmobile Tour to get there.


Driving Direction to Yellowstone National Park From or The Lodge at Big Sky
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