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West Yellowstone is a town in southern Montana, bordering Yellowstone National Park. As the name suggests, it's the gateway to this famous park, known for the spectacular Old Faithful geyser and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The town itself is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts, offering year-round activities like fishing, hiking, and wildlife watching. In the winter, you can go snowmobiling or cross-country skiing. If you'd prefer something less energetic, there's the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center where you can learn about these fascinating animals.

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Airports near West Yellowstone

Planning a trip to West Yellowstone? Enjoy flexibility with our selection of 4 airports, which offer different routes and options when travelling to West Yellowstone.

Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport

Located approximately 90 miles north of West Yellowstone, Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport is the closest commercial passenger airport. It offers direct flights to several major cities in the United States, including Denver, Salt Lake City, Seattle, and Minneapolis.

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Idaho Falls Regional Airport

Situated around 110 miles southwest of West Yellowstone, Idaho Falls Regional Airport is another option for travellers. It provides flights to destinations such as Salt Lake City, Denver, and Phoenix.

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Jackson Hole Airport

Although a bit farther away at approximately 130 miles south of West Yellowstone, Jackson Hole Airport is a popular choice for visitors to the region. It offers direct flights to cities like Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas, and Chicago.

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Missoula International Airport

Located about 200 miles northwest of West Yellowstone, Missoula International Airport is a larger airport with a wider range of flight options. It serves destinations such as Seattle, Denver, Salt Lake City, Minneapolis, and Las Vegas.

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Things to do in West Yellowstone

With a wealth of sights to see in West Yellowstone, here are our top 3:

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Yellowstone National Park

Arguably the main attraction in West Yellowstone, Yellowstone National Park is a must-visit for anyone interested in geothermal wonders and wildlife. Home to Old Faithful, the most famous geyser in the world, as well as bubbling mud pots, hot springs, and a plethora of geysers, the park is a wonderland of geological marvels. Yellowstone is also a haven for wildlife watchers with bison, elk, wolves, bears, bald eagles, and more roaming freely throughout the park.

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Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center

This educational non-profit centre allows visitors to observe grizzly bears and wolves in a safe and humane environment. The centre is dedicated to the conservation of these majestic animals and offers educational programs and exhibits that teach visitors about their biology, behaviour, and the threats they face.

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Yellowstone Historic Center

Housed in a beautifully restored train depot, the Yellowstone Historic Center tells the story of the region's rich history. Visitors can learn about the early explorers, the establishment of Yellowstone National Park, and the development of West Yellowstone as a gateway town. The centre also has a variety of exhibits on the area's natural history and culture.

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