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“Your guides will give you hands-on instruction and tips for you to experience first hand the thrill of driving a sleddog team. In a winter wonderland surrounded by majestic Montana mountains, imagine gliding behind a team of Alaskan huskies. They are well trained spirited athletes who love what they do. Their energy, excitement, and enthusiasm is a wonder to behold. Their high spirits and big lovable hearts will quickly win yours.
Every effort is made to ensure your comfort and safety to make this day a most memorable occasion. Opportunities are given for pictures and for everyone to "mush", along with a snack time on the trail. All ages are welcome!”


Skiing & Snowshoeing

“The western corridor of Yellowstone Park and adjoining national forests offer incredible snowshoeing. The Rendezvous Ski Trails, the Riverside Trail, and the pet-friendly Boundary Trail in West Yellowstone, along with 40 miles of trails in the Old Faithful area, provide great trails and scenery for snowshoers of all abilities. Free ranger-guided interpretive snowshoe hikes are offered throughout the winter into Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding national forests. Pick up the free all-seasons area trail map from the visitor center. Snowshoe rentals, lessons, and guided tours are also available in town.”



“West Yellowstone is surrounded by three national forests: Custer Gallatin, Beaverhead-Deerlodge, and Caribou-Targhee. These forests offer scenic vistas; high-mountain meadows, lakes, and rivers; and extensive groomed trail systems. During the winter, authorized guides offer snowmobile trips along trails or to backcountry locations. Avalanche equipment and training is also available.”



There are many activities close at hand - the rodeo, horseback riding just 5 minutes down the road, Big Sky, Montana's rafting, a ropes course and zip line in West Yellowstone, an Imax theater in West Yellowstone, lots of places to eat and, of course, the beauty and splendor of YNP!
— Lala, stayed July 2017