Snowmobiling in Montana’s Yellowstone Country is world-class. The areas of West Yellowstone, Cooke City and Yellowstone National Park are to snowmobiling what Sturgis is to motorcycling. The areas feature over 600 miles of groomed trails and a host of people well versed and friendly to the world of snowmobiling and its related activities. Early season snowfalls—as well as consistent late-season snow, and plenty of it—mean that sledding conditions are unparalleled here in America’s Winter Playground. Hundreds of miles of trails, including many groomed ones, crisscross Yellowstone Country’s rugged wilderness and scenic backcountry, providing plenty of room to cut loose and see just how far you can push yourself and your machine. Or, perhaps you’ll choose to explore acres of untouched backcountry powder via snowmobile. One of the latest Yellowstone Country crossover trends is the use of snowmobiles by advanced downhill skiers and snowboarders to gain backcountry access to previously inaccessible or remote “white room” stashes of pure powder. And, of course, there’s always Yellowstone National Park. A snowmobile tour of America’s first national park is an adventure that needs to be experienced to be understood. It’s an opportunity to see eagles, bison, wolves, elk and numerous other animals and wildlife up close, as well as a way to explore the geologic and geothermal features of the park from a vantage point few others can attest to. Over 200 miles of groomed snowmobile trails are available throughout the park, as are guided tours of the park, lodging packages and snowmobile rental options and—for those who haven’t seen it, and especially those who have—nothing compares to the scenic splendor of Yellowstone in the winter. It’s just one of the many attributes that make Montana’s Yellowstone Country America’s Winter Playground.