Yellowstone Tours in Winter

The deep snows of winter have pushed Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife down in an elevational migration into the wintering grounds of the Lamar Valley and lower Yellowstone Canyons. Thousands of elk and bison, along with moose, bighorn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer, and pronghorn have filtered out of the higher mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and have concentrated in the lower valleys and grasslands where winter is less extreme. Winter can be tough on these grazing animals, and partially because of that, this is when and where Yellowstone’s wolves and other carnivores thrive. This is the season of the wolves!

We offer private, single-day, custom Yellowstone National Park winter tours, as well as all-inclusive multi-day tours packages, focusing on the wolves and other wildlife wintering on the Northern Range of Yellowstone National Park. Snow tracking tours are an exciting and unique way to get out into the wild and off the beaten path to experience Yellowstone as never before while learning traditional tracking skills. Our Yellowstone wolf tours and multi-day packages can be scheduled for any dates that fit your schedule.

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