Welcome to Greater Yellowstone
Think about a region so awe-inspiring that after having seen it in 1871, the members of the Hayden Expedition sat around a campfire near the Madison River and conceived of an entity both audacious and visionary: a "National Park." C.J. Box, novelist, Wyoming
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More than 22 miles (35 kilometers) of impeccably groomed and dog-free trails attract cross-country skiers of all persuasions, from classic kick-and-gliders to speedy skaters and sharp-eyed biathlon rifle shooters.
In the summer months, the trails provide an excellent choice for area mountain bikers and hikers. The ski area is within walking distance of West...
Located near Tower Fall, Roosevelt Lodge is Yellowstone's tribute to the old west. The rustic log lodge houses two stone fireplaces, a family style restaurant and lobby bar and a front porch made for rocking and relaxing. Cabin style lodging and a large corral operation contribute to the...
During the years 1824-1840, the Pinedale region was at the heart of the Rocky Mountain Fur Trade, which supplied precious beaver pelts to the fashion industries of Europe and the eastern United States. Mountain men like Jim Bridger, Kit Carson, Thomas Fitzpatrick and William Sublette carved...