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Yellowstone National Park’s Winter   U.S.A

Started Oct-27 by Shrinking Shorty (TOILETHEA1); 313 views.

Yellowstone National Park’s Winter Closures Are Coming — What to Know for Your Next Visit

Yellowstone National Park will close most roads next month as the park prepares for the winter. 

The park, which straddles Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho, will close the West, South, and East entrances to regular vehicle traffic on Nov. 1. The park will also close nearly all roads, according to the National Park Service.

Along with the annual winter-related closure, the NPS said snowmobile and snowcoach travel will kick off on Dec. 15.

While most roads close, some remain open year-round between the North entrance in Gardiner, Montana, and the Northeast entrance in Cooke City/Silver Gate, Montana (via Mammoth Hot Springs, Tower Junction, and Lamar Valley).

Additionally, the NPS said “all communities near Yellowstone are open year-round, with local businesses offering a wide range of fall and winter recreation opportunities.”


Travelers who do plan to drive around the park in the winter should expect possible road closures due to bad weather, anticipate temporary travel restrictions or closures without notice, and be flexible with their plans, according to the NPS. Visitors can check the park’s live road map for up-to-date conditions or sign up for road alerts by texting “82190” to 888-777.

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