Yellowstone National Park North Entrance opens Early
One thing is for sure, change is constant and that’s especially true in nature.
Yellowstone is here and open, just with a new twist.
The earth decided it was time to change the landscape and we just had to catch up and build a new road to keep up. The North entrance to Yellowstone through Gardiner Montana is now open and accepting visitors. Set up your base camp in Bozeman and start planning your visit today.
Bozeman is centrally located between the North and West entrances to Yellowstone National Park, making it a perfect basecamp for exploring the park in all seasons.
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There is something to do in Yellowstone for every season and activity level.
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Posted on: Apr 21, 2022
Yellowstone National Park is an amazing place, there is no doubt about it. If you want to get the full experience during your visit and look beyond the popular spots, here is our list of 7 things to do in Yellowstone that will create lasting memories that you can't create anywhere else in the world.
Settle into your accommodations and check out one of the wide variety of dining options around the Bozeman area. For after-dinner drinks, check out any of Bozeman’s craft cocktail destinations, many of which can be found on Main Street.
If you’re interested in the live music scene, check out the Haufbrau House, The Filling Station, or The Eagles Club. Or, if you prefer a more relaxing evening, head over to the Bozeman Hot Springs for a soak.
Visit Yellowstone for the day via the North entrance in Gardiner, Montana. Do some wildlife watching in the Lamar Valley, and keep an eye out for the elusive wolf packs! If you prefer some activity, bring along snowshoes for an intimate view of the park.
After a day exploring Yellowstone, head back to your basecamp in Bozeman and sample some of Bozeman’s best international cuisine. There’s nothing like a bowl of ramen to warm you up after a long day in the snow.
Start your day off with brunch at any of these Bozeman staples. Follow it up with some culture at one of Bozeman’s museums. The Museum of the Rockies has a vast collection of dinosaurs and a planetarium along with rotating seasonal exhibits.
Before you hit the road, be sure to do some souvenir shopping to commemorate your visit to big sky country. Downtown Bozeman has a wide variety of shops, from funky to refined merchandise for every taste level.