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West Yellowstone in January - Restaurants Open?

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We've been to West Yellowstone a few times in the September-October time frame, and I know that things really shut down by mid-October. Do things reopen in mid-December when YNP opens for the winter season?

Thanks to having an unused ticket that has to be used before February 11, we are thinking of booking a week at our timeshare in West Yellowstone, to get a rare snow opportunity (for us Floridians). We will have to drive from Salt Lake City as well, another concern.

BTW, no we are not skiers or winter sports experts. But we would like to try out the snowcoaches, snowmobiles, maybe a (comical) snowshoe episode, etc. And a night or two down in the park at the Snow Lodge, if we could get in.

Our timeframe is late January. If this is a horrible idea, go ahead and rant; I'll take the good and the bad with appreciation. Thanks.

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