• Venture to Red Lodge Mountain for a day of skiing, boarding, dining or simply soaking in the mountain vista. Après skiing, enjoy live music in the Bierstube every Saturday night.
  • If winter solitude is more to your liking, check out the Red Lodge Nordic Center. With 15K of groomed trails over easy-to-navigate terrain, cross-country skiers of all levels can experience winter in the wild.
  • A sight like none other, attend the National Finals ski-joring races held each March. This uniquely western competition features teams that include a horse and rider towing a skier around a 700-foot course that features slalom gates and jumps. With speeds topping 25 mph, this isn’t for the faint of heart.
  • Visit the Yellowstone Wildlife Sanctuary and see native critters in their natural habitat. Learn about YWS’s commitment to conservation and education.
  • For an artful departure from the elements, stop by the Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery. The Guild offers a variety of workshops for all ages, while the Gallery showcases fabulous works by regional artists.
  • Step back in time at the Carbon County Historical Society and Museum and explore the area’s rich history.
  • Take a self-guided walking tour of several of the town’s notable neighborhoods, including the Hi Bug District with elegant Victorian homes, “Little Italy” and “Finn Town.” Along the way you will see numerous buildings on the National Historic Register. 
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