Video: Layering for Winter Conditions

Layering for Winter Conditions

Layering is critical for staying warm while out in Yellowstone’s cold and often freezing temperatures. Watch as Lead Instructor Owen Carroll gives tips and demonstrates how to dress smart and stay safe out in the park’s winter elements.

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