Wolves & Wildlife of Yellowstone
February 10 to 16, 2024, Jackson to Bozeman
- Starting Price: $5,495 per person, double occupancy, air not included
- Activity Level: Moderate
- Travel type: Land
- Group size: 18
- Tour Partner: Orbridge
- Brochure: Downloadable PDF
- More information: NC State + Orbridge website
- Reservations: To ask questions or make a phone reservation, call WolfTreks Travel Manager Kathy Hart at 919-515-0508. To book online, use this form or this link.
Explore the remarkable great American wilderness inside Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks during a sublimely special time of year—amidst winter’s crisp air, bare trees, frosted earth, and brilliant thermal features. Here, unique and iconic wildlife roam throughout, including bison, gray wolves, coyotes, bald eagles, foxes, and robust herds of elk, mule deer, bighorn sheep, moose, and pronghorn. Scan snow-covered landscapes to find a wide variety of animal tracks. While some species, such as grizzly bears hibernate, others trudge, scurry, and slide through the snow to survive in winter. The elements of nature are in full sway, and fascinating inhabitants—such as close-knit packs of wolves—are hunting, mating, and thriving throughout the greater Yellowstone region that comprises one of the largest nearly intact ecosystems in the world. Safari through snow-kissed valleys and iconic mountain ranges for a true wonderland of natural beauty and inspiration.
Immerse yourself in the unspoiled natural beauty, diverse wildlife, and dramatic tales of this unique ecosystem during this exclusive wintertime program. Experience Yellowstone in its winter incarnation: a world with frozen geyser rain, ghost trees with a frosty glaze, surprising winter wildflowers, and dynamic hydrothermal features set in snow and ice. Scout for wildlife from the comfort of a custom-outfitted, heated vehicle, featuring oversized windows and a rooftop viewing hatch. Yellowstone is considered one of the best wolf-watching habitats in the country. Joined by two expert Expedition Leaders and professional naturalist guides, learn informed perspectives and first-person accounts of the wolves’ setbacks, survival, and victories. Set out on a snowshoe adventure, and meet an award-winning wildlife photographer for a presentation during a visit to his gallery. Keep binoculars close at hand: this is the Serengeti of North America, home to the largest concentration of mammals in the lower 48 states.
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