Snowmobile Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone National Park has long been a favorite with winter visitors, beginning in 1949 with snowplanes. By 1955, many 10 to 15 passenger snowcoaches provided even more access to America’s oldest national park. By the 1960s the snowcoaches were outnumbered by the ever-growing number of snowmobile enthusiasts embracing the new winter sport — snowmobiling. All […]
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Yellowstone National Park by Snow Coach

Yellowstone National Park may be even more amazing during the winter than the summer! However, due to the rugged terrain, Yellowstone National Park roads are closed winters to motorized vehicle traffic, except state road 212 from the North Entrance to Mammoth Hot Springs to the Northeast Entrance (Silver Gate, Montana). In order to allow visitors […]
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Snowmobile West Yellowstone, MT

Every snowmobiler dreams of snowmobiling Yellowstone—David and I included! When our Yellowstone trip hit the end of March we discovered Yellowstone Park was closed, but then we made an even bigger discovery. All the great snowmobile trails everyone treks annually to Yellowstone to snowmobile are located in West Yellowstone, not Yellowstone Park, and are readily […]
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RMXCRC 2004 Season Snocross Finale Photos

The RMXCRC season finale snocross race was held in West Yellowstone, Montana on March 19-21, 2004. The event had shirt-sleeve weather, as the thermometer soared to 60 degrees. These photos feature some event highlights: Brandon Swanson, #49, from Bellevue, ID is getting some air against the incredible backdrop of mountains below. There’s nothing quite as […]
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Snowmobile the Kennebec Area of Maine

I’ve stood at the peak of the snowmobile trails on Coburn Mountain and looked out over the world. With a full 360-degree vantage point, both Canada and Maine unfold in a panorama of natural beauty. It’s a sight that can’t be missed! The Kennebec River area provides recreational opportunities year round from whitewater rafting to […]
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