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Yellowstone in Winter? Your Best Chance to Spot Wolves!

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Wolves at Yellowstone

Credit Helen Wibley

Finding wolves at any time is difficult but to give yourself the best chance, then Yellowstone in winter is the place to be. Lead by expert guides and in small groups you will spend several days tracking, learning about their habits and hopefully seeing these magnificent animals in action against a snowy background.

All the other animals will be there as well – bison, elk, moose and coyotes. Add in a trip on the snowcoach to see Old Faithful (inaccessible by road in winter) and also enjoy a sleigh ride across the National Elk Refuge.

Wolves at Yellowstone

Credit Helen Wibley


Finally with the special tour that concentrates on photography you will have a 2 hour scenic flight over the Park and a day with Jason Savage one of Yellowstone’s renown photographers.

Groups are small so think about booking now.

Tel: 01323 446550
Email: info@experienceholidays.co.uk


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