When you visit Yellowstone National Park, just stepping outside presents an entire world of things to do. But if you're looking for something more structured, our properties offer their own brand of fun and adventure. Check below for upcoming events and start planning your day-to-day stay here at Yellowstone.
Skijor USA National Finals
March 23-24, 2019
Have you ever heard of Skijoring before? For many people, this is an unfamiliar term, but trust us when we say you will DEFINITELY want to mark your calendars for this event!
Skijoring is a competition where a horse and rider pulls a skier through a course that has gates, jumps, and rings. Skiers are timed through the course, and scores are based on how many gates or jumps were missed, and by missing or dropping the baton or any of the rings. The event is every bit as exciting as it sounds, but the best news of all is the 2019 Skijor USA National Finals will be held right here in West Yellowstone this year!
Join us on March 23 and 24 for this thrilling spectator sport that's unlike anything you have ever seen!
Yellowstone's West Entrance road opens exclusively to non-motorized travel in early April, 2019 (there is no set date). Pedestrians and cyclists can ride in Yellowstone before the Park is open for public automobiles or buses. Check with the park for exact open routes, but you can usually ride from West Yellowstone to Madison Junction, then on to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone or Mammoth Hot Springs (the road between Madison and Old Faithful remains closed to all until roads open for motorized travel). Feet and rollerblades are welcome too.