A great way to see Yellowstone in the winter and the only way to get into the park is on a snowcoach run by Xterra (or alternate providers). You stay on the actual road that isn't really plowed (hence the restrictions of wheeled vehicles). After stopping at a few picturesque sights you arrive at the Snow Lodge. Very adequate, We stayed in the Western Cabins which were comfortable but sparse. Beds were a bit hard but restful. Take the walk around Geiser Basin (.7 miles) at night. You will see wildlife but be cautious. We came upon a heard of bison about 15 feet away. As long as you don't startle them they pretty much leave you alone. A fun trip.
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