West Yellowstone Travel Guide, Montana
West Yellowstone, Travel Guide – general information
There cannot be an experienced tourist that hasn’t yet heard about Yellowstone National Park, but there are few who have ever visited the town adjacent to this area, called West Yellowstone. This beautiful city, with bitterly cold winters and mild summers is located in Montana, in Gallatin County. Just like the region that surrounds it, West Yellowstone is carefully oversaw and maintained by its inhabitants and every effort is being made to protect and preserve its historic integrity.
West Yellowstone, Travel Guide – when to visit
West Yellowstone Travel Guide will give you an insight into this western gate of Yellowstone National Park. It will draw you a general picture of this amazing little city, situated in the middle of the Rocky Mountains that most certainly will now charm your imagination, and once visiting it, your senses. If you are fond of green forests, hiking, outdoor activities, wildlife watching, then West Yellowstone is the perfect destination for you.
The best time to get here is spring, when the entire nature comes to life; the fresh and cold rivers rush in high speed, trees blush first into the colors of their flowers and then into green and animals continue the life they gave up when winter came.
However, the cold season is also preferred by most of the tourists. It is then when you can make daily tours with over-the-snow automobiles, such as snowmobiles in this wintery wonderland. Just as any other resort, this area also offers its visitors all the facilities for skiing and snow shoeing along with many other winter activities.
West Yellowstone, Travel Guide – area day trip
The best thing about West Yellowstone is the fact that it is situated near important tourists attractions. At just 50 miles from this little city you can discover the beautiful surroundings of Big Springs, where the head waters of the Snake River is located. The place is perfect for a family picnic, the kids will be thrilled to feed the fish and the mallard ducks and the rest of the family will most certainly admire the enormous rainbow trout that can be seen from both sides of the bridge. When the picnic is over, the entire family can take a walk on the path that leads to the Big Springs National Water Trail.
Besides this West Yellowstone Travel Guide you can find information about other amazing areas, such as: Bozeman Travel Guide and Butte Travel Guide offering details which will help you to make a complete imagine about this fascinating mountainous region.
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