Exploring the many natural attractions in Yellowstone National Park, in the dead of winter, requires being transported into the park’s interior in special snow coaches. While this unique mode of transportation can get travelers to the general vicinity of a particular attraction, visitors must often put on snowshoes and trek up to five miles to actually view and experience a feature up close.
While challenging, a visit to the park in winter brings with it the rich reward of isolation and solitude…elements not present during other times of the year. And because of this relative calm, opportunities to view wildlife are in abundance.
Yellowstone, and its unique resources during wintertime, is an experience like no other.