Music, Snowmobiles and More are just around the corner for 2024

Don’t wait to make travel plans until next year! Get ahead of the curve and ensure you’ll get the front row experience you deserve. Music, theater, snowmobiles, snow planes and more are ready to explore this January in the Yellowstone Teton Territory .

Home to the longest Main Street in the US and some of the deepest snow in the West, Island Park’s Out West Sled Fest is a bucket list must. Taking place January 18-20, Sled Fest draws snowmobilers from across the country for big drops, wild jumps and endless face shots with the sports top athletes!

Sawtelle Mountain Resort is homebase for this wild weekend of backcountry fun sponsored by the industry top brands like Boondock Nation, BIKEMAN and KLIM. Parties every night with live music and competitions by day, there’s a chance to pack in all sorts of rides and make memories that will last a lifetime. Thursday’s social opens up at Island Park’s best kept secret the Shotgun Bar. Friday is packed day of competition, dinner at the Lakeside Lodge and afterparty at Sawtelle Mountain Resort. The weekend wraps on Sunday with free rides, dinner at Connie’s Restaurant and Casino Night at Sawtelle Mountain Resort that’s topped off with a special distillery tasting. 

Never been sledding before? No worries? Book a guided tour with High Mountain Adventures , Island Park Adventures or Polaris Adventures . Know what you are doing and just need a ride? Give Island Park Backcountry Rentals and Island Park Rentals a call to make your reservation. 

This special spot on top of the Yellowstone Caldera can see up to 220 inches of snow each winter. Surrounded by the Targhee National Forest , Island Park has over 950 miles of snowmobiling trails to enjoy that are maintained and enjoyable for all styles of riding–boondocking, hill banging or just plain and simple steep and deeps!

To stay up to date with weather and information with Yellowstone Teton Territory’s dedicated snowmobiling guide

And, there’s plenty to do after dark in January too. The legendary tale of Chicago’s roaring 20’s and the vaudevillian murderesses of Cooke County Jail in the award-winning Broadway production of “Chicago” at the Fronter Center on January 10th. Purchase tickets here . The Frontier Center, formerly known as the Civic Center is home to the Idaho Falls Symphony .

One of Nashville’s most prolific songwriters, Parker McCollum brings his 2024 Burn It Down Tour the Hero Arena inside the Mountain America Center on Friday, January 26, 2024. Guest artists also include Larry Fleet and King Calaway. If you’re a country music fan, this is not a show to miss. 

Whether you’re playing in the snow or dancing after hours, 2024 is going to be a big year of events and recreation in the Yellowstone Teton Territory!