From the writers at RV Life Magazine.
As the mercury drops, America’s oldest national park becomes a world of pristine snow, steaming geysers and frosted bison. Other seasons have their own appeal. Spring brings new growth, warmer temperatures, hungry bears and baby animals walking on unsure legs. Summer finds hordes of tourists, and even though many animals amble up to higher ground to avoid contact with the crowds, visitors still see an occasional moose, wolf or bison herd. Fall’s calming is accompanied by the vibrant colors of the leaves and the rutting moose, elk, deer and pronghorn and bighorn sheep.
But it is in winter when the snowstorms arrive that you can bask in the warmth of the park’s Old Faithful Snow Lodge and glimpse otherworldly images at the geyser basins. Visit Yellowstone in winter, and you’ll feel as though you’re seeing the park’s animal and geological wonders for the first time. I love Yellowstone on any day of the calendar, but my favorite time of year is the cold season when the frigid temperatures and deep snow reveal sights like nothing you’ve ever seen.
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