Winter Wildlife Watching Trip, Yellowstone National Park

Photo: Tom Murphy

Photo: Tom Murphy

Join us for three very special days of wildlife watching with Greater Yellowstone Coalition staff, expert Yellowstone National Park interpretive guides, and special guests.

Every winter, Yellowstone is magically transformed under a blanket of heavy snow. It's when wildlife viewing is at its best. Winter is an ideal time to spot wildlife on the landscape with the possibility of seeing elk, bison, pronghorn and of course, wolves. You may even get the opportunity to see fox and coyotes mousing!

We will stay just outside the north entrance of Yellowstone in Gardiner, Montana. Mornings will be spent touring the park to visit places where Yellowstone’s wolf packs and other wildlife roam. Afternoons include plenty of free time to ski, snowshoe, or explore the park. Guest speakers will join us to talk about Yellowstone wildlife.

Price per person is $1,495.00.* This includes three nights accommodations in Gardiner, three daily catered meals, transportation in Yellowstone National Park for wildlife watching, and professional guiding/interpretive services. Group size is limited to 14 guests. (*Trip price does not include transportation to or from Gardiner. Montana.)

Gardiner is situated in Southwest Montana, at the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The town is nestled in breath-taking Paradise Valley, with the Yellowstone River running right through town. Gardiner has the atmosphere of a quaint western town, complete with antelope, bison, deer, and elk meandering and grazing throughout the town. Mule deer are often seen in the same fields with horses and cattle.

Cancellation policy: Full payment is due at the time of reservation. A full refund will be given if cancellation is made more than 60 days prior to the trip, less a 10% administrative fee. A 50% refund will be given if cancellation is made more than 30 days prior to the trip, and no refund will be given if cancellation is made less than 30 days prior. Non-refundable deposits are considered a 100% tax-deductible contribution.