Yellowstone in the winter takes on an entirely different façade. You wander through the main attractions and it's quiet. You watch the breath of bison erupt from their snouts as they exhale in the freezing weather. The steam rises from the potholes as you listen to the gurgling of the geysers. Red foxes scamper along the roadside, their color popping against the white background. Sights reveal themselves that seem otherworldly. Each time I found myself touring the snowy roads of Yellowstone, I became lost in the beauty of the park.
About: Jodi Domsky
Before Jodi reached her 25th birthday, she’d traveled to all seven continents. You can say her love for exploration and adventure is insatiable. A native of the small town of Jackson, Wyoming, Jodi has a slightly different outlook on the world. Waking up to bike paths right outside her door and to feet of incredible powder to ski, she’s learned to take advantage of every outdoor opportunity that comes her way. Even her friends and family joke that she can never say “no” to any activity. Adventure time aside, she continues to use her environmental studies degree to advocate for the outdoor world. Backroads has allowed her to share her passion for travel and love for the environment with all of her guests.
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- October 14, 2017 on Winter in Yellowstone