Yellowstone’s roads may be closed for the summer season, but it doesn’t mean our Yellowstone tour guides are done! Beginning November 1, 2022 to April 3, 2023, our Yellowstone Tours will be offering the Winter Wildlife Safari.
These guided tours in Yellowstone will feature day trips from Bozeman and Big Sky. You can also choose to take 2- or 4-day trips for plenty of wildlife viewing from Bozeman.
Where the Tour Will Take You
Winter is definitely not an excuse to stop enjoying Yellowstone’s natural beauty. If anything, it gives even more reasons to take a closer look at what it has to offer during this season.
The landscape gives off a very different vibe, more serene, quiet, and mysterious. The wildlife activity also sees a difference, with some going into hibernation, while the rest go on about their regular days.
Whichever it is, you can look forward to a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience in Yellowstone during the winter months.
In this tour, you will explore the Northern Range, easily the best section of the park for wildlife viewing. This area is open to the public all year ‘round but is the quietest during the winter season.
The tour will also bring you to the Mammoth Hot Springs, which is popular for its stunning colors in the spring. Then, you’ll get to see the Undine Falls, ever gorgeous up close, as well as the popular Yellowstone Park landmark, the Roosevelt Arch.
A Winter Wonderland Wildlife Experience
Winter Yellowstone tours are wonderful because they let you observe the wildlife from an even better vantage point.
Wildlife tend to gather along the lower elevations, near the roads, during this season. This gives visitors a great opportunity to see them up close, and take photos of this memorable experience.
The bears will be hibernating, but the bison, elk, deers, moose, wolves, coyotes, and more are definitely wide awake, giving life to the park.
Beyond the Northern Range, we can also create a snowcoach trip for you to Old Faithful or the Canyon. We’ll be running these trips from December 15, 2022 to March 15, 2022, so make sure to book your slots early.
These trips tend to fill up even a month or two ahead of time, so act now and reserve today if you want to be on it.
If you want to get professional photos that can truly highlight your favorite moments on this trip, we can also arrange for our professional photographer, David Reeves, to go with you. Just contact us for details, and we’ll be sure to get it all ready for you.
Come and experience Yellowstone in the winter! Sign up for our guided tours in Yellowstone and enjoy the park like never before! Contact us to start planning your next adventure now!