Things To Do in West Yellowstone

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

The Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center is just a few miunutes from the Yellowstone West Gate hotel. The Discovery Center features grizzlies in a natural habitat as they play in water features, fish in ponds stocked with trout and relate to each other in a sanctuary that gives visitors to Yellowstone area chance to see and learn about grizzly bears and gray wolves.

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Museum of the Yellowstone

Discover the story of travel to and through Yellowstone National Park at  the Museum of the Yellowstone. Explore the history of the park and its Park’s influence on the surrounding including the Hebgen Lake Basin and West Yellowstone.

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Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo


If you've never been to a rodeo the Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo is not to be missed! Since 1999, the Lillian Rodeo Company has presented this extravaganza of barrel racing, bronc and bull riding, team roping, audience participation contests, and the kids calf round up which is always entertaining. 

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Flyfishing

West Yellowstone is sometimes referred to as the trout capital of the US and the distinction is well-deserved! The fishing opportunities in the area are incredible with great fishing on a number of rivers and lakes. We're lucky to have plenty of guides to help make your trip a success, so whether you're looking for a full-service experience or just some local knowledge we can hook you up. (Pun intended.) 

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Horseback Riding

Go horseback riding in Yellowstone country! Take an easy trail ride in the local foothills or for a more intense experience try a multi-day pack trip to hunt or fish on horseback. Explore the local landscape and get ready to view wildlife like eagles, coyotes, wolves, deer, else and bears.

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Whitewater Rafting

Take in the incredible scenery of the Yellowstone region while paddling area rivers. The Gallatin is about an hour drive from West Yellowstone and is considered some of the best whitewater paddling in the west. Whitewater paddling is sure to be a highlight of your trip! 

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Crosscountry Ski West Yellowstone

Adventurous skiers and snowshoers can explore miles of trails in Yellowstone and the surrounding area.. Though track is set only on a few trails, all unplowed roads and trails are open to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing. Ski groomed trails or get out into the backcountry and see Yellowstone from a whole new point of view!

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Snow Coach Tours in Yellowstone

Ride a snowcoach in Yellowstone National Park | https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/snowmobiles-snowcoaches.htm | to see it covered in a blanket of white snow! Most roads in the park close in early November, but re-open to "oversnow" adventures when there's enough snow on the ground. 

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Snowmobile West Yellowstone

​The West Yellowstone snowmobile trail system, outside of Yellowstone Park, will keep you busy with more than 400 miles of groomed trails in the Gallatin and Targhee National Forests. West Yellowstone has a great variety of trails from flat trails that have little elevation gain to trails that take you up to spectacular vistas-and a little of something everywhere in between.

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World Snowmobile Expo

Each year in March West Yellowstone hosts the Annual World Snowmobile Expo, with a weekend of racing, new product displays, parties and swaps.

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