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Planning a trip to Yellowstone National Park, United States

12th Feb to 15th Feb, 2024Budget Friendly Train
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Things to do in Yellowstone National Park in February

Day 1 - Tuesday 13th, Feb
morning -

Fly to Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN), grab a rental car for transportation.

afternoon -

Drive to Big Sky Resort, check into the Huntley Lodge and have lunch at the Carabiner Lounge.

evening -

Relaxing evening at Solace Spa and Salon at Big Sky Resort.

Day 2 - Wednesday 14th, Feb
morning -

Morning drive to Yellowstone Park Lower Entrance. Enjoy breakfast at West Yellowstone with a stop at Old European Breakfast House.

afternoon -

Explore Upper Geyser Basin, walking the boardwalks to visit Old Faithful, Castle Geyser, Grand Geyser.

evening -

Check into Old Faithful Inn, enjoy a relaxing evening with dinner at the Old Faithful Inn Dining Room.

Day 3 - Thursday 15th, Feb
morning -

Early morning private wildlife tour with Yellowstone Forever to spot bison, elk, and other wildlife.

afternoon -

Depart from Old Faithful Inn, return drive to Bozeman, lunch at Café Zydeco.

evening -

Fly out from Bozeman Yellowstone International Airport (BZN) back home.

Weather in Yellowstone National Park in Invalid date
Avg Temp-17°C to -1°C
Chance of Rain10%
Chance of Snow90%

February is one of the coldest months in Yellowstone National Park, with average temperatures ranging from -17°C to -1°C. Snowfall is common, and the park can experience extreme weather conditions. It's important to be prepared for cold and snowy weather, and to dress in layers. So we are suggesting you pack accordingly.

Things to Carry on your trip to Yellowstone National Park

Clothing & Apparel

Thermals and base layers -

To keep warm in the cold weather.

Fleece jacket and sweater -

For warmth and comfort.

Warm and waterproof hiking boots -

For exploring the park's many trails.

Warm and waterproof gloves, hat, and scarf -

To protect yourself from the cold and wind.

Hiking pants or snow pants -

For comfort and warmth while hiking.


Sunglasses -

To protect your eyes from the sun while exploring the park.

Headlamp -

For visibility in the early morning or evening hours.

Reusable water bottle -

To stay hydrated during your hikes.

First-aid kit -

For minor injuries or emergencies.

Whistle -

For safety in case you need to signal for help.

Essentials & Must Haves

Passport or ID card -

For identification purposes.

Train tickets -

For travel to and from the park.

Credit cards and cash -

For purchases and expenses.

Travel insurance -

To protect yourself against unexpected events.

Itinerary -

With important information such as hotel bookings and activity plans.

Good to have

Snacks and energy bars -

For quick and easy sustenance during your hikes.

Camera -

To capture the beautiful scenery and wildlife.

Binoculars -

For wildlife viewing.

Trekking poles -

For added stability while hiking.

Hand warmers -

To keep your hands warm in the cold weather.


Smartphone -

For communication, navigation, and photography.

Power bank -

To keep your devices charged while exploring the park.

Headphones -

For listening to music or podcasts while hiking.

Good to Knows

Payment Options -

Credit cards are widely accepted in Yellowstone National Park. Cash is also accepted, but it's a good idea to have a combination of both for convenience.


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