Yellowstone Wolf and Wildlife ToursEnjoy the beauty of winter in Yellowstone with a Guided Winter Tour.
Private Yellowstone Wolf ToursThe crowds are small, the snow is deep, and the animals of Yellowstone come to life! Winter can be the best time to see wolves and wildlife in the park.
Winter tours focus on wolf watching in the Lamar Valley, the little “Serengeti” of North America, the wildlife rich region where wolves were reintroduced. Winter is also the best season to see a majority of the park's wildlife. Animals often seen include pronghorn, bull elk, bald eagles, bighorn sheep, bison, coyotes and other critters that live in Yellowstone.
Guided Winter Wildlife Tours Sample Itinerary:
Join us for a day of exploration in Yellowstone.
The day starts with an early pick up from your place of lodging. Take advantage of the late sunrise and drive towards the Lamar Valley under the cover of darkness. See the early morning sun and alpen glow, while discovering the animal activity of the previous night. After searching for wildlife, discover the Mammoth Terraces, the largest active travertine terraces on earth. The clear and crisp air of winter provides great photo opportunities. Winter tours and wildlife watching are based near the north entrance to Yellowstone. The town of Gardiner, Montana and Mammoth Hot Springs, Wyoming are the typical starting points for winter tours.
Guided Yellowstone Winter Wolf and Wildlife Tours Pricing:
Pricing starts at $500 for 1-4 people
$75 for each additional person
Call for groups of 7 or more.
All Winter Tours are based out of the north entrance to Yellowstone near Gardiner, MT. Tours are custom and include naturalist guide, viewing scope, binoculars, transportation, snacks and hearty lunch. Vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free lunch options are available.Trips do not include Yellowstone National Park entrance fee and guide gratuity.