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Wolves and wildlife in Winter
From January to March when Yellowstone National Park is snowbound, wolves can easily be viewed and/or tracked not far from the roadside. Since the reintroduction of 16 grey wolves in 1996, their numbers have steadily grown. There are now several well-established packs within the park’s boundaries, mainly in the north along the Lamar Valley. At this time of year the park is closed to motorists, but can still be accessed by snow coach (a converted minivan with tracks) or snowmobile.
Arrive in Bozeman, Montana, and stay for 2 nights.
At leisure in Bozeman with time to explore this charming cowboy town.
Transfer to Yellowstone National Park and to Mammoth Hot Springs Lodge for four nights with three days guided wildlife viewing.
Discover the beauty of Yellowstone National Park in winter while viewing wildlife with your guide.
Transfer by snow coach into the heart of Yellowstone and stay at the Old Faithful Lodge for 3 nights.
While at the lodge you can explore the surrounding area, go snowmobiling, cross-country skiing or take a tour to the West Thumb or to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. It is advisable to reserve these tours when you book your holiday.
Transfer back to Mammoth Hot Springs Lodge by snow coach for one night.
Transfer from Yellowstone National Park to Bozeman for your flight to UK.
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Price includes transfers, accommodation, wildlife excursions, breakfast and lunch on Days 4 and 5. Not Included: flights, meals not listed, optional activities while at Old Faithful, gratuities and items of a personal nature.