Which is more fun and convenient..to stay in a hotel in the town of West Yellowstone or in a cabin outside of the town? Our main purpose of the trip is to snowmobile and we want to be able to keep the snowmobiles overnight and go on the trails outside of YNP. So, if we stay in the cabin, we'll be able to snowmobile a lot, but may not have the conveniences of the town. If we stay in a hotel, we won't have as easy access to trails, but will have restaurants nearby. So, which is better? Is it worth staying in the town to have night life or restaurants? Even if we stay in the cabin wouldn't we be able to get to the town on the snowmobiles?
Another question...is it true that you shouldn't snowmobile in consecutive days? My other half said that we'd be too sore to snowmobile every day, and that we need to find other things to do. In MARCH, what else is there to do in West? Help! We are having a big fight about where to stay.