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Yellowstone Winter Wildlife

February 26 - March 2, 2020

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Travel with us to Yellowstone in Winter and experience the park as few others do.  During winter you can truly escape from it all and delight in the solitude and silence that permeates this crisp, snow-covered land. Winter means fewer crowds, and a higher concentration of wildlife, in the lower-elevation meadows and valleys.   Against the snowy background, elk, bison, wolves, and other animals become relatively easy to spot.  Clouds of hot steam billow up around the nearly deserted hot springs, and their bright colors are accentuated against a white backdrop.   The contrasting blue skies, white meadows, steamy geysers, and wildlife make for visually stunning images.


  • This 4 night/5 day trip starts and ends in Bozeman, MT

  • At this time, in light of the Covid-19 pandemic, this tour is limited 6 travelers.

  • Photographers of all skill levels are welcome, as are non-photographers

  • Optional extra night at Howlers Inn Wolf Sanctuary, just outside Bozeman - depending on availability.

  • Be prepared for harsh conditions and being appropriate attire

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From: $1,550 pp (based on 6 participants)
Single Supplement: $250 pp
Deposit: $250 pp required upon booking
Min No. Participants:   4
  • 4 nights accommodation based on double occupancy

  • Breakfast & Lunch on guided days (2-4)

  • Welcome dinner 

  • 3 full days of  guided wildlife watching in the park

  • Transportation throughout tour

  • Pick-up and drop-off at Bozeman airport

  • Flights

  • Travel insurance (recommended)

  • Meals not mentioned under inclusions

  • Items of a personal nature

  • Gratuities for guides


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