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Free Winter Trip Planner for Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Winter Trip Planner for Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Download our free stunning winter trip planner filled with inspiring itineraries, gorgeous winter photos, park maps and everything you need to plan your dream winter vacation in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park. Sign up for this digital insider’s guide today to get tips on how to get there, what to do and where to stay in winter.

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Southwest Yellowstone and Grand Teton Gateways

Explore Wyoming, Idaho and Montana destinations close to Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone's south and west entrances. These entrances are closed to cars in winter but are open to over-snow transportation such as snowmobiles and snowcoaches.

  • Yellowstone Teton Territory - You’ll discover winter recreation and Americana in an area spanning six eastern Idaho counties.
  • West Yellowstone - Visit the west entrance and gateway community to Yellowstone National Park. A snowmobiling, snowshoeing and cross-country skiing paradise, West Yellowstone is the launching point for winter trips into Yellowstone and surrounding national forests. The mountain trail system begins right in town.

Northern Yellowstone Gateways

Explore Montana destinations close to Yellowstone's North Entrance, open to cars year-round, and Northeast Entrance, accessible by car in winter from inside the park.

  • Gardiner, Montana - Stay near the only Yellowstone entrance that is open to wheeled traffic during the winter. Close to wildlife watching, Mammoth Hot Springs and snow coach pickups.
  • Cooke City, Montana - Visit this cozy burb close to Yellowstone's Lamar Valley for the best winter wolf and bison watching. In the winter, Cooke City is accessible by car from inside the park.
  • Visit Yellowstone Country - This unparalleled year-round vacation destination, made up of five Montana counties: Gallatin, Park, Sweet Grass, Stillwater and Carbon, offers recreation, lodging, dining, seasonal activities and cultural treasures.

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