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West Yellowstone Properties with wax rooms for guests:  Gray Wolf Inn & Suites, Brandin' Iron, Days Inn, Hibernation Station, Holiday Inn, Kelly Inn, Three Bear Lodge, Alpine Motel, Blue Cloud House, & Yellowstone Lodge.


Come back to West Yellowstone and enjoy one of the many ski, snowcoach, and snowmobile packages available in 2014-15.

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 2014 Adaptive Clinics are in the works.  Please check back in October.

2013 Yellowstone Ski Festival Adaptive Clinics  

The Yellowstone Ski Festival is proud to offer a FREE half day adaptive ski clinic & half day adaptive biathlon clinic with the U.S. Paralympics Nordic Coaching staff.  This clinics are free of charge and equipment will be provided.  Pre-registration required.  REGISTER HERE


Adaptive Nordic Biathlon Clinic (9:00-11:00am)

Adaptive Nordic skiers - come learn to shoot with U.S. Paralympic Biathlon Coaching staff with precision air rifles for standing & sitting classes, or via Audio electronic rifle for those visually impaired skiers.  Learn to shoot, then challenge yourself to shoot with a heart rate to simulate Biathlon competition.  Meet at the Holiday Inn

Adaptive Cross Country Skiing Clinic (1:00-3:00pm)

Adaptive Nordic skiers are encouraged to join U.S. Paralympic Nordic Coaching staff for cross country skiing instruction during the West Yellowstone Ski Festival in all three classes: sitting, standing, and visually impaired.  Learn classic & freestyle skiing techniques, along with downhill and turning techniques.  Some Sit-ski equipment can be made available with advance notice.  Meet at the Holiday Inn.


Adaptive cross-country skiing (Adaptive XC) is a winter sport in which participants propel themselves across snow-covered terrain using skis and poles. It is popular in many countries with large snowfields, primarily Northern Europe, Canada, Alaska and the Nothern tier of the United States.