For a wondrous winter timeshare vacation head to this captivating, other-worldly National Park that exists in the two states of Wyoming and Montana (with a smidgen in Idaho).
An enticing way to explore Yellowstone in the winter is by joining a ranger-led program. Below are 5 of the most popular:
1. Mammoth Snowshoe Discovery. January 1 – March 2. Experience the winter beauty of Mammoth Hot Springs. Snowshoes are available for rent.
2. Geysers Galore. December 15 – March 15. Watch Old Faithful erupt while a ranger explains Yellowstone’s geologic past and present, what causes the Park’s geysers, and how they all tie into volcanoes and earthquakes.
5. Junior Ranger Program. For kids 5 years old and up. Hike, cross-country ski, or snowshoe a trail, attend ranger-led programs, and complete fun activities.
Timeshares for rent are available at the Worldmark West Yellowstone, just a block from Yellowstone’s Montana West Entrance.
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