Bison crossing a winter river in Yellowstone National Park

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Seasonal Closure Announcement

All Yellowstone National Park entrances and park roads are now temporarily closed in preparation for the winter season, EXCEPT for the road between the North Entrance and Northeast Entrance (open year-round, weather permitting).

The North Entrance is OPEN! Visitors can enter through the historic Roosevelt Arch, then take Old Gardiner Road directly into Mammoth.

Conditions permitting, all other entrances and roads are projected to open to oversnow travel by snowmobile and snowcoach at 8:00 AM on December 15.

For additional information, please visit the National Park Service website


Plan Your Yellowstone Adventure

At Yellowstone National Park, the opportunities for adventure are endless. The majestic scenery spans nearly 2.2 million acres, scattered with more than 300 geysers and 200 waterfalls. This Big Sky Country is truly a world unlike any other. It's a wild, sprawling frontier, waiting to be conquered by explorers like you. Snowmobile, cross-country ski, hike, bike, fly-fish, kayak, and simply wander. The thrill of Yellowstone is whatever you make it - on this vast piece of land under the endless Montana sky.

A Yellowstone roadway in winter

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A steamy winter landscape in Yellowstone National Park

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Winter activities in Yellowstone National Park

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Skiers prepare for the annual Yellowstone Ski Festival

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