Yellowstone National Park
Venture into the pristine wilderness of Yellowstone to experience a true winter wonderland. Blanketed in white, the park offers a more tranquil experience now than in the summer months, with fewer crowds and peaceful, quiet trails to explore. Herds of bison and packs of wolves navigate the glistening landscape, while geothermal hot springs surrounded by ice and colourful microbial mats create a world of contrast and raw natural beauty.
Why not embark on a wintery adventure, snowmobiling through the park’s majestic expanses? Or, for a slower pace, opt for a snowshoe or skiing tour of the most captivating and impressive viewpoints in Yellowstone. Nestled within the Rocky Mountains, this impeccable national park is one not to be missed on your winter break in the USA.
Far away from the city lights, the night sky in Yellowstone is simply breathtaking. With crisp, clean air and low humidity, the clarity is perfect for stargazing. When staying overnight, it’s safest to sleep at a designated campsite due to the large grizzly bear population in the park, but backcountry camping permits can be obtained.