Cooke City surrounds Montana's longest winter sports season, so whether you are just beginning to explore the sport of mountain snowmobiling, preferring the 60 miles of groomed trails, or are a more seasoned rider and like the challenge of hill climbing or boon docking your way up the mountain, you will find what you are looking for at the Antlers Lodge in Cooke City Montana.
Stay in one of our cozy log cabins and from your cabin door, snowmobile, back country ski or snow board in the mountains surrounding Cooke City (outside Yellowstone National Park). Yellowstone National Park offers its winter visitors the opportunity to cross country ski snowshoe or shoot wildlife photography in its pristine environment. After a day of western adventure and outdoor recreation, end the perfect day in the Antlers main lodge with family and friends, in front of our beautiful stone fireplace.

Spring, Summer and Fall in Cooke City is the time for new beginnings and an incredible outdoor experience, in the most beautiful of mountain settings; we certainly have something for everyone. Whether your interests lie in sight seeing the endless wonders of Yellowstone National Park, hiking the mountains, Montana fly fishing, big game hunts with outfitters, horseback riding trails, snowmobiling, dirt biking, ATV trail riding, motorcycle touring, mountain biking, white water rafting, or wildlife photography, we live here at the heartbeat of it all.

Cooke City is an outdoor recreational dream come true and we at Antlers Lodge are ready to secure your Yellowstone lodging accommodations for the best vacation experience you will ever remember. Our guests come back year after year bringing new friends and vacationing together with new found friends from all over the world. This adventure trip in the western United States could be the rocky mountain get away planned vacation of a lifetime.


  • Hiking trails
  • ATV trails
  • Ski trails
  • Fishing
  • Hunting
  • Photography
  • Snowmobiling
  • Snowshoeing
  • X-Skiing
  • Motorcycle touring
  • Mountain biking
All you need to know about the Buffalo Bill Museum

Learn about the Wild West at the Buffalo Bill Museum in Cody, WY. The museum has a large gun collection, paintings, horseback riding and more. Stay at our lodge today!
Back Country Skiing

We have some of the best back country skiing around. Check out Beartooth Powder Guides to get to the best places.
Beartooth All American Highway

One of the top two scenic byway's in the United States, Beartooth Highway has beautiful lodgepole pine forests and alpine lakes and won't disappoint. There are 20 peaks over 12,000 feet along the way making it the most beautiful route to Yellowstone.
Big Game Hunting in Yellowstone Country

Our part of Yellowstone Country is well-known for its big-game hunting possibilities, especially elk hunting. Call or book online today!
Fly Fishing in Yellowstone

Grab your fly fishing gear! Yellowstone National Park has many fishing opportunities. Learn about the Montana FWP, and find your Wyoming fishing license here.
Take a Tour of the Mammoth Hot Springs

Watch the sunset move across the unique water and rocks of Mammoth Hot Springs in Yellowstone. Bring the whole family to enjoy this otherworldly attraction.
The Best Cross-Country Ski Trails Near Cooke City, Montana

Cooke City, Montana and the surrounding areas have a number of excellent cross-country ski trails, including Bannock Ski Trail and Barronette Ski Trail.
Top Hikes near Cooke City, MT

Find the hiking trails peppering Custer Gallatin National forest, learn how to prepare for a hike, and learn what winter in Montana looks like.
Ultimate Guide to Yellowstone National Park

Explore the outdoor haven of Yellowstone National Park during your visit to Cooke City, Montana. There are plenty of things to see and do! Stay at our lodge today.
What to Know About Yellowstone Snowmobile Tours

Montana winters are some of the most magical experiences during snowmobile tours. Put on your snowmobile gear, and ride through Yellowstone Park in style!
Why Visit Yellowstone in the Winter

Consider visiting Yellowstone National Park during the winter season. You’ll encounter lots of wildlife and few people. Call or book online today!
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