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Finding the Perfect Yellowstone Tour

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Sep 21, 2021 10:02:00 AM

 

Yellowstone National Park is pretty incredible no matter how you see it, but going with a tour can add a level of richness that can't be found on your own. Local guides have in-depth knowledge about the park's history, the wildlife you'll see and the science behind those natural features that look almost unreal. During many tours, you can spend less time driving and more time looking, or travel by a different vessel entirely (did someone say llamas?). Plus, many tours offer transportation to and from the park, which is a huge perk right now as rental cars are hard to come by.

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Best Viewpoints to Take Pictures of Yellowstone National Park

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Jul 13, 2021 10:30:00 PM

Whether you’re an Instagram influencer, a photography hobbyist, or anyone with a smartphone camera, it’s pretty difficult to leave Yellowstone National Park without snapping at least a few pictures. Yellowstone has many features you won’t see anywhere else, so it makes sense that you’d want to document them and cherish them for longer than a few minutes.

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Expert Guide to Spotting Animals in Yellowstone

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Jun 29, 2021 9:45:00 AM

Nearly as popular as the geysers and hot springs in Yellowstone National Park are the animals. Bison, bighorn sheep, elk, wolves and grizzly bears have become the true icons of the world’s first national park, and for good reason. They’re an integral part of a massive protected landscape that’s gone relatively unchanged since the park was established in 1872.

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5 Easy Hikes in Yellowstone National Park

Posted by Kali Gillette on Jun 15, 2021 10:07:00 AM

Yellowstone National Park is vast. 2,221,776 million acres vast, to be specific. There’s a lot to see, and a lot that we’ll never see. Driving through the park is essential to get to the different areas, each with unique natural features, wildlife, and incredible landscapes. But to really experience the solitude and beauty, you'll want to get off the beaten path and go for a short hike. The smells, sounds and serenity of nature are well worth the time, and you don't have to climb a mountain to experience them. If you can build it into your schedule, there are plenty of easy hikes that take you to some beautiful natural features. We’ve outlined five of our favorite easy hikes in Yellowstone National Park.

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5 Great Rivers to Fish Around Yellowstone

Posted by Visit Bozeman on May 13, 2021 10:30:00 AM

 

There are miles of rivers flowing through Montana — about 169,829, to be exact. And with that, you’ll find some of the best fishing in the world, especially if you love catching trout in front of a scenic, mountainous backdrop. Many of the visitors to the Treasure State come to visit Yellowstone, the country’s first national park. And fortunately for them, there are plenty of rivers to fish in and around Yellowstone. Here are five of the must-cast runs to wade or float.

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The Coolest Animals in Yellowstone National Park

Posted by Visit Bozeman on May 11, 2021 11:28:00 AM

Yellowstone National Park draws visitors from all over the world – in part because of its diverse and iconic wildlife. While most people know Yellowstone for its bison, there are nearly 300 species of birds, 16 species of fish, five species of amphibians, six species of reptiles, and 67 species of mammals – including seven native ungulate species and two bear species. It’s a magical place to see animals you may not see anywhere else, with such a massive swath of protected land for them to roam in.

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Everything You Need to Know About Visiting Yellowstone National Park

Posted by Kali Gillette on Apr 8, 2021 9:30:00 AM


Yellowstone, the world's first national park, holds over 2 million acres of dynamic landscapes, magnificent wildlife, and an impressive collection of hydrothermal features; in fact, over half of the world's geysers are located in Yellowstone. Because it's a vast amount of land to cover, it's essential to plan your time carefully. Each area is gorgeous in its own right, and each offers different opportunities. Here's everyone you need to know about visiting Yellowstone National Park this year.

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The Benefits of Going with a Guide in Bozeman

Posted by Kali Gillette on Mar 16, 2021 9:30:00 AM

Exploring Bozeman’s great outdoors can feel larger than life. Breathtaking scenery, adrenaline-pumping adventure, and the calming, serene effects of nature. Experiences range from simple to extreme; short day trips to multi-day, backcountry excursions. And whether you are new to the sport, or a seasoned participant, there are advantages to hiring an outfitter and going with a guide.

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How to Prepare for Your Visit to Bozeman in Winter 2021

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Jan 12, 2021 10:15:00 AM

 

So, you want to visit Bozeman this winter, and we know why. Between countless outdoor recreation opportunities and tons of places to eat, shop and stay, it’s an easy choice for your vacation in the West. But with the presence of the COVID-19 pandemic, there are some things you should consider before traveling here to make your trip safe and stress-free. Fortunately, it is still possible to visit Bozeman and enjoy all that this mountain town has to offer while complying with our local health and safety recommendations. Here are things to keep in mind as you plan your trip to Bozeman in winter 2021.

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10 Amazing Instagram Photos of Yellowstone National Park in the Winter

Posted by Visit Bozeman on Nov 26, 2020 9:00:00 AM

 

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.

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