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10 Amazing Instagram Photos of Yellowstone National Park in the Winter

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Nov 29, 2016 8:05:00 AM
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Winter photos of Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park is a beautiful winter wonderland, only accessible by snowmobile or snowcoach. Blanketed in deep snow for months, the park is transformed into a tranquil frozen landscape with beautiful snow capped mountains, frozen lakes, and vast wintery meadows. The bison and other animals roam around foraging for anything thing they can eat. Though it may be cold, winter in Yellowstone is an amazing place that you have to experience for yourself. 

Snow Capped Bison


Never would have thought I could get this close to bison buffalo in my life. Truly beautiful.

A photo posted by Whitney Bogatko (@searching4simplicity) on

Snow Mazes 

A Thick Blanket of Snow

 Diving for Dinner

Lonely Bison


Yellowstone in winter.

A photo posted by Liz Guertin (@lizguertin) on

 Snowy River

Frozen Falls


Lower Falls on Yellowstone River #yellowstoneinwinter

A photo posted by Marty Wallace (@300marty) on

Frosty Geysers

 Snowmobile Buffalo Jam

 Digging For Food


digging for food.

A photo posted by taylorlynzie (@taylorlynzie) on

A trip to Yellowstone in the summer can be a bit crowded. To have the park to yourself, try visiting in the winter. It truly is a magical place when it is covered in snow.

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