Yellowstone February Vacation Ideas

Here’s everything you need to know about visiting Yellowstone in February: services available, roads open, things to do, what to pack, and where to stay.

Check Out the Free Yellowstone Packing Lists!

Drive the North Entrance in February

In February, if you’re close to the north entrance, you can drive your vehicle on the one open road from Gardiner to Cooke City. This route is a nice day trip.

Yellowstone Hiking in February

Be aware there will be a lot of snow in February so you’ll need more than your hiking boots. Showshoeing and cross country skiing are the best ways to experience the trails.

Yellowstone Waterfalls in February

there are 3 waterfalls you can access along on the northern road: – Undine Falls – Wraith Falls – short hike – Lost Falls – short hike

Yellowstone Geysers and Hot Pots in February

The geysers and hot pools are fantastic to see and photograph in February. It’s fun to see the steam rising from the hot pools and geysers within the snowy landscape.

Yellowstone Wildlife in February

The safest view of wildlife is from inside a car. Always stay at least 100 yards (91 m) away from bears and wolves, and at least 25 yards (23 m) away from all other animals.

Swipe For More Information