Dina Mishev

Dina Mishev, author of the book Road Trip Yellowstone, has written for the Washington Post, the Dallas Morning News, National Geographic Traveler, Shape, Sunset, and Via. She lives in Jackson, Wyoming.

Antler Arch in Jackson, Wyoming's Town Square by Grant Ordelheide

Jackson Hole’s Elk Antler Arch Tradition

The four elk antler arches guarding the corners of Town Square, have been featured in thousands of family photos over the years.

The "richest hill on earth"

Butte, Montana, the Richest Hill on Earth

Visit a pit mine, a giant statue, and a distillery, then dance at a signature event at this melting pot of friendly people between Yellowstone and Glacier national parks.

Dinosaur at the Museum of the Rockies. Courtesy photo

Jurassic Discoveries at the Museum of the Rockies in Bozeman

Jack Horner grew a dinosaur collection into one of the biggest in the country, but few know the story of the pioneering woman who co-founded the museum.

Livingston, Montana

Livingston, Montana, the Northern Gateway to Yellowstone

This quaint town has attracted cowboys, ranchers, the rich and famous and artists enamored by the scenery for more than 100 years. Stop at these 4 places.

The Chamberlin Inn in Cody, Wyo.

Cody's Chamberlin Inn has been Hosting Visitors for Over a Century

In more than a century of continuous operation, the Chamberlin Inn in Cody, Wyo., has hosted Ernest Hemingway, Marshall Fields and Erle Halliburton.