Search Yellowstone National Park for wolves during this private winter wildlife tour. With your dedicated guide, travel over Yellowstone's rugged terrain in winter, the best time to see wolves. You'll also be on the lookout for moose, elk, bison, antelope, big horn sheep, birds of prey, fox, and coyotes. This private tour ensures personalized attention and a flexible schedule; round-trip transportation from Gardiner is included.
Private winter wolf and wildlife watching tour in Yellowstone
Private guide for a more personalized experience
Scopes and binoculars for viewing wildlife at a respectful distance
Begin your day of wolf-watching with early morning pickup from your hotel. Board a comfortable tour vehicle with your dedicated guide; this private tour ensures personalized attention and a flexible itinerary. You will stop for an included lunch midday.
The area from Gardiner to Cooke City, MT and all across the northern boundary of Yellowstone, provides some of the best wolf habitat in North America. Winter can also bring grazing animals down out of the deep mountain snows, and is the best time to see other animals such as coyotes, foxes, birds of prey, big horn sheep, antelope, bison, elk and moose.
Travel from Yellowstone's North Entrance, near Mammoth Hot Springs, to Cooke City, making plenty of stops for scenic lookouts and photo opportunities. You'll be provided with scopes and binoculars to get great views of the animals at a safe, respectful distance. Along the way, your guide will share their extensive knowledge about the wildlife in the area, including their behavior, biology and conservation status.
Your tour ends with drop-off back at your lodging in Gardiner.