Yellowstone National Park

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Yellowstone Noncommercial Snowmobiling
Winter 14-15 was the first in a decade that noncommercially-guided snowmobile tours were allowed in Yellowstone. It’s incredibly difficult to get a permit for this—daily only one group of up to five snowmobiles is allowed in from each of the four entrances. It’s worth the effort to experience the park at your own speed (provided that speed is 35-miles and hour or less; that’s the speed limit throughout the park) and to create your own itinerary. On your own, it’s possible to go for hours without seeing another person, an amazing feeling in Yellowstone’s glistening snowscape. (In summer, more than 4 million people visit Yellowstone; in winter, the park gets about 100,000 visitors.) And if you can’t get a permit, there are numerous commercial trips as back up: outfitters running these trips are in West Yellowstone, Jackson, and Cody.
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