West Yellowstone Weather and Roads (Friday, December 19, 2014): Today, partly sunny, with a high near 31F and low tonight around 21F. Snow likely through the weekend. Highs remaining near 30F and lows in the mid-20s (F) at night.
Welcome to West Yellowstone, Montana!!
Looking a family-friendly winter destination, filled with events and activities for everyone? West Yellowstone, Montana is the place for you and the kids.
Support a great cause and get beautiful holiday décor in return!
The Kids’N’Snow started with a “test” weekend in December 2010 to see whether we could work with strategic partners to create a new program. The weekend was so successful, we expanded into to a full program featuring one Kids’ weekend each month during the winter season. The result? Over 2500 participants spanning ten states and four countries, and almost 80% from outside our community. Families even traveled to West Yellowstone for a second, or a third, Kids’N’Snow weekend.
By JEREMY WEBER West Yellowstone News
Snowmobile Expo fans will see the return of a popular feature in 2015 as the 25th anniversary will see weekend concerts return to the event.
On December 15th, the west entrance to Yellowstone Park opens to a unique experience and adventure.
Christmas Stroll, Kids’N’Snow and Sled Dog Races Dec. 18-21, 2014
2006 Olympic Gold Medalist, Chandra Crawford, will be the keynote speaker in West Yellowstone, Montana, Wednesday, November 26 at 7:30pm at the Holiday Inn.
Retired from competitive skiing in March 2014, Chandra now focuses her boundless energy on the program she founded in 2005, Fast and Female, travels for speaking engagements, all while working on her MBA!
Bozeman and Billings, MT – Christmas tree permits are now available across all seven districts on the Custer Gallatin National Forest. Forest Service offices in Bozeman, West Yellowstone, Livingston, Gardiner, Big Timber, Red Lodge, Billings, Ashland, MT and Camp Crook, SD will have permits available from 8:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
West Yellowstone’s Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center has been awarded $50,000 to help build a new exhibit focusing on river otters. The new exhibit in will be called the “Banks of the Madison Riparian Exhibit.” The estimated cost of the project is $518,900, and grant recipients are required to raise a percentage of matching funds.