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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