Blessed with some of the most jaw dropping landscapes in America, Montana’s Yellowstone Country is a wonderland of epic mountains, incredible wildlife, and posh resorts. This is the stuff vacation dreams are made of.
Roar down the aptly-named Paradise Valley past popular hot springs to the Gardiner entrance to Yellowstone National Park, where you’ll find the world’s greatest concentration of geysers. Grab your skis and head for the powdery slopes of Big Sky, one of North America’s largest ski areas and home to heart-stopping steeps and mellow family-friendly cruiser runs. Downshift as you drive endless switchbacks up the Beartooth Highway. Speak in whispers as you watch a bull elk call through a meadow or a grizzly feast on huckleberries.
Yellowstone Country’s cities are an attraction all their own. Stroll downtown Red Lodge, where you’ll find unique artisans, or live it up in Bozeman, which is home to some of the state’s best chefs. You’ll find galleries from West Yellowstone to Three Forks and in between you can discover this region’s incredible history – walk where Lewis and Clark walked and visit ghost towns where miners once searched the Earth for riches.
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Revel in grandeur of America’s most famous national park when you roam across Yellowstone. Home to the world’s highest concentration of geysers and one of its most impressive gatherings of wildlife, Yellowstone mixes stupendous scenery with historic significance. Yes, you must see Old Faithful erupt, but you can also hike through Edenic meadows and across soaring mountains before ending the day in a stately lodge.
Whether you are looking for a quick bike ride or for a chance to let the kids roam free, Bozeman has a park for you. Bogert Park is home to the city’s best farmer’s market and a pool, while Peets Hill is the launching spot for the Gallagator Trail. Bozeman’s Sculpture Park is highly rated, while Lindley Park is perfect for a stroll. Kids love Gallatin County Regional Park, with its massive playground.
Yellowstone Country has some of the best skiing in America – just ask anyone who’s skied off the Lone Peak Tram at Big Sky. Big Sky is a four-season resort with more than 100 trails. Nearby is the ultra-exclusive Yellowstone Club, where lifts climb Pioneer Mountain. Bozeman’s locals’ hill is one any community would be jealous of – non-profit Bridger Bowl Ski Area, which has wide open cruisers and some of the steepest skiing in the West.