Things To Do in West Yellowstone

Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

Watch grizzlies engage in an array of activities in their spectacular bear habitat at the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center. The bears enjoy playing in a cascading waterfall, fishing in their very own rainbow trout stocked ponds and interact in an environment that offers ever-changing enrichment opportunities.

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Museum of the Yellowstone

Explore the heritage of travel to the Yellowstone at the Museum of the Yellowstone. The Museum of the Yellowstone tells the story of travel to and through Yellowstone National Park, and the Park’s influence on West Yellowstone and the Hebgen Lake Basin. The Museum is managed by the Yellowstone Historic Center, a non-profit located in West Yellowstone.

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Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo

Lillian Rodeo Company is proud to present the Wild West Yellowstone Rodeo. Starting the summer of 1999, it has out grown the town of West Yellowstone. The rodeo events it features is Bareback Bronc Riding, Barrel Racing, Bull Riding, Team Roping, Breakaway Roping, Jr. Steer Riding and Saddle Bronc Riding. 

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Flyfishing

The West Yellowstone area is an excellent place to begin your Yellowstone fly fishing trip! Fishing is a popular activity for visitors to Yellowstone National Park. We're lucky to have an abundance of experienced and talented guides based in West Yellowstone to make your fishing dreams come true and send you home with some excellent big fish stories!

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Horseback Riding

Get a taste of the old west and discover West Yellowstone in style with a day or afternoon on horseback with any number of excellent ranch outfits nearby! Explore the Gallatin National Forest, high mountain meadows or the top of 10,000′ peaks. See the Sunken Forest and a wildlife like elk, deer, bears, eagles, coyotes, and wolves all from horseback. Rides generally begin and end at the ranch and the staff will help you get situated and comfortable on your horse. 


 

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Whitewater Rafting

Explore Yellowstone from  a raft with an experienced guide on the Gallatin, Yellowstone or Madison river. These rivers are thought to be the most beautiful and pristine waters in the lower 48 states, and throughout the season they showcase everything from technical class IV rapids, to scenic relaxing class I rapids appropriate for the whole family. 

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Cross country Skiing in West Yellowstone

Cross country skiing abounds in West Yellowstone, drawing Nordic ski enthusiasts from all over the world. Participate in one of the many festivals or just get out by yourself to enjoy the peace and quiet of the trails. Within walking (or gliding) distance to both Rendezvous Ski Trails and Yellowstone National Park Nordic ski trails, and driving distance of Harriman State Park, the Kelly Inn West Yellowstone, is a great home base for Nordic ski expeditions. 

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Snow Coach Tours in Yellowstone

Ride a snowcoach in Yellowstone National Park to see the park covered in a blanket of white snow! Most roads in the park close in early November, but re-open to "oversnow" adventures when there's enough snow on the ground. 

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Snowmobile West Yellowstone

Explore hundreds of miles of groomed snowmobile trails across Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming from a base camp at the Kelly Inn West Yellowstone. With a wide range of trails like steady beginner cruises up to steep and deep powder for the experienced riders there's something for everyone in the region. 

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Earthquake Lake Visitor Center

Learn a bit of local history at the Earthquake Lake Visitor Center which gives visitors a panoramic view of the mountain that fell and the lake that was formed in a 1959 earthquake. 
 

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