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Bridger Bowl Avalanche Dogs; Everyone’s Favorite Heroes

Yellowstone Country’s mountains are steep, rugged, and fill with an average of 350” of light, dry snow each winter. It’s what draws snowboarders and skiers of all abilities to the area...

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Kids ‘N’ Snow: Teaching Kids the Joy of Winter Activities

Winter in West Yellowstone is characterized by one thing: snow, and lots of it. Averaging over 153 inches each winter—which can last from late October through mid-April—finding low-cost activi...

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A Festive Affair! Holiday Strolls Across Yellowstone Country

Bundle up! It’s stroll season in Yellowstone Country. Each year, communities across Montana gather together to enjoy the season together with all the traditional (and not-so-traditional) festivi...

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Ski Hill Roundup—News You Need to Know!

Photo, Courtesy Bridger Bowl Winter came with a force this year—it started snowing early and often. After the initial shock wore off, everyone settled into the groove and the usual stoke for sk...

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Snowmobiling Montana’s Yellowstone Country

  Snowmobiling leaves an impression. Montana’s Yellowstone Country is home to some of the best sledding in the country. For the uninitiated, guided tours are the perfect way to le...

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