Winter Wildlife Tour, Yellowstone National Park, Montana

Bison, Yellowstone National Park

The wildlife sightings at Yellowstone National Park are legendary. Everyone who visits has a story to tell. But in winter, the scene changes entirely. Animals navigate a frozen landscape where survival is the name of the game, and species such as wolves, rarely seen during on-season months, come out from their hiding places in search of prey.    

On a two- or three-day Winter Wolves & Wildlife Safari, operated by Yellowstone Safari Company, your naturalist guide will take you on a deep dive into Yellowstone’s winter ecosystem. Your guide will provide spotting scopes and binoculars, so you can observe from a safe distance and still take in the drama that will unfold, and will share their knowledge of what you are witnessing. In winter, bison, elk, moose and wolves, descend on the lower elevations where you will have a front row seat.   

Of course, Yellowstone’s thermal features and spectacular scenery in their full winter splendor come with the package. Meals, lodging, hotel pick up and more are included in Yellowstone Safari’s tours. Guides pick up guests at hotels in Bozeman, Livingston, Paradise Valley, Gardiner and Mammoth. Book your unforgettable winter wildlife experience at Learn more about Montana’s Yellowstone Country at 



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