Kassondra Cloos

Kassondra Cloos

Freelance writer & editor / Co-founder of Adventures in Wikipedia / Boulder, Colorado

Why Yellowstone is Better in the Winter

Why Yellowstone is Better in the Winter

If you’ve ever been to Yellowstone National Park in the summertime to see Old Faithful, you probably remember the crowds even more than the geyser. There’s no shortage of tourists with selfie sticks and GoPros, and to get a view of your own, you’ve got to constantly shuffle around and stand on your toes.

In July, the park’s busiest month, about a million people file through the entrance stations. They stop, in the middle of the road, at every possible sighting of wildlife. And if there’s a bear? Forget it—you could inch along in traffic for hours.

But here’s a secret to getting all the best of Yellowstone without having to share it with hundreds of thousands of strangers: Go in the winter.

Read my full story at Travel Channel.

Brooks Lake Lodge: Where to Go off the Grid for Valentine's Day

Brooks Lake Lodge: Where to Go off the Grid for Valentine's Day

First Look: Wenzel's Shenanigan Teepee

First Look: Wenzel's Shenanigan Teepee