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Seven Winter Wonderland Adventures Around Paradise Valley, Montana

North of Yellowstone National Park’s famed North Entrance and south of the iconic town of Livingston, Montana, you’ll find Paradise Valley. Split in half by the majestic Yellowstone River and flanked to the east by the tower Absaroka-Beartoooth Mountains and Wilderness, few places inspire adventure as much here. While the area is best known for …

A Wild Encounter in Yellowstone: Otters and Moose Unveiled

In the heart of Yellowstone National Park, nature’s drama unfolds amidst stunning landscapes. Embarking on a journey through the mesmerizing scenery of Yellowstone National Park presents the opportunity to encounter some of its charismatic wildlife. Among the park’s notable inhabitants are the majestic moose and the agile river otters, each contributing to the rich tapestry …

Yellowstone National Park Winter Hiking and Snowshoe Tours 2023-2024

Visiting Yellowstone National Park in the winter can be an incredible experience, giving those who make the journey memories that will last a lifetime. For most who visit the park in the winter, the trip is spent mostly indoors, more often than not in the heated comfort of their vehicle or bundled up at a …

What to Expect When Visiting Yellowstone National Park in November

November is upon us in Yellowstone National Park. The interior roads have closed, and most amenities have shuttered their doors until mid-December. Snow has fallen, blanketing the park not only with a blanket of white but also with calm after a busy summer and fall season. While many will see the road closures and incoming …

Why Book A Yellowstone Snowshoe Tour With Me?

Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure in the winter wonderland of Yellowstone National Park? Look no further – I am your ideal choice for a snowshoe guide to make your Yellowstone experience truly exceptional! Besides the fact that I provide the snowshoes for your experience and every tour is a private tour, here is …

The Limping Coyote Of Yellowstone’s Northern Range: A Short Story

It was a cold winter day in Yellowstone National Park. There was nothing out of the ordinary or noteworthy about the weather. Snow was on the ground, temperatures were below freezing and the roads were occasionally slick with compact ice in the shady spots. I had once again driven into the northern range in hopes …

The Myth of Visiting Yellowstone National Park in September

There is a myth that is prevalent in Yellowstone National Park. It is stated as fact so often, it is hard to believe that it isn’t true. Yet, simple data proves that the words are not accurate: Yellowstone National Park does not empty in September. You’ve probably heard the myth and believed it too. After …

This Week in Yellowstone National Park: July 28th- August 3rd, 2023

This week in Yellowstone National Park, we will see some awesome things. Summer is in full swing and despite a few thunderstorms in the afternoons, it’ll be warm and wonderful. Wildflowers are popping off in the high country, the bison are entering their mating season in full force, and things are still green! EXPERIENCE OF …