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Yellowstone Tours

An Aerial View Of The Grand Prismatic Spring In Yellowstone National Park Shows The Vibrant Rainbow Hues Of The Thermophiles Living In The Water

Our Yellowstone National Park safaris are offered year-round.  For general sightseeing and wildlife tours featuring bears, we recommend planning your arrival for the summer months.  For wolf watching and a spectacular wintry landscape, we recommend a winter visit.

Your exact route and itinerary will be determined by your interests, current wildlife sightings, and current weather and road conditions.  Our guides are all highly experienced, with thousands of hours in the field, and will expertly tailor your safari to you and your group.

Each season provides a different experience in Yellowstone.  The geothermal features occur throughout the year.  Bears are active in summer but hibernate in winter.  Wolves are more easily spotted on the wintry landscape where they prey on elk that winter in the valley.  Spring offers sights of migrating birds, wildflowers and animal babies, while autumn is a season of color and mating season known as “the rut“.

Roads are easily accessible in summer, but also crowded with more traffic.  Spring and fall may see seasonal road closures due to untimely weather events.  In winter, roads into Yellowstone are closed to vehicle traffic and the only way to access the interior is by over-snow vehicle.  The northern range remains open during the winter months and, luckily, that is where much of the wintering wildlife congregates.

No matter the season, we look forward to welcoming you to the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and sharing our passion for all things wild with you.

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Further Reading

Yellowstone’s Big, Wild, and Wonderful Landscapes

Mar 15, 2021

One of the trademark aspects of Yellowstone that amazes and bewilders so many people is how absolutely enormous the National Park is.  Yellowstone National Park encompasses more than 2.2 million acres of grasslands, forests, mountains, valleys, lakes, and rivers, all situated in or around one of the largest volcanic calderas on Earth.

A Brief History Of Yellowstone National Park

Nov 3, 2020

Yellowstone National Park was established on March 1, 1872 as the world’s first national park. Yellowstone is an active volcano with one of the world’s largest calderas, measuring approximately 45 miles by 30 miles.