West Yellowstone: Boundary Trail, Refuge Point, Beaver Creek Campground

Let it snow!

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After my ski up Bighorn Pass I continued on to West Yellowstone to meet Heather. Since it was Presidents’ Day weekend, the place was overrun with snowmobilers. We may have been the only Nordic skiers in town. Luckily, we knew just where to go.

The Boundary Trail

To her right-Yellowstone. On her left, Gallatin National Forest.

Checking out the sledding hill.

After the ski from town to Bakers Hole campground, we walked to Wild West pizza for dinner. We were two of four women in the bar, but we ate enough calzone for 10 women. Yum.

The next day we drove a bit west along the north shore of Hebgen Lake. It was a perfect day–sunshine, bluebird skies and fresh snow.

Refuge Point

Taking the hill at Refuge Point.


How amazing is that view?

Team Nordic

Quake Lake overlook.

Quake Lake

Beaver Creek Campground

Skiing through the Beaver Creek campground.

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