Winter Adventures: Yellowstone & Grand Teton Park
Visiting Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks in the winter is serene, quiet and magical without the crowds. When I visit, I’m aware of my vulnerability while exploring this harsh environment where wildlife fight to survive a long and bitter cold winter. At the same time, I’m captivated by the vast snow-covered landscape, wildlife sightings and the famous Old Faithful erupting through icy terrain.
Traffic and usage of the 2.2 million acres in Yellowstone National Park is highly regulated in the winter, offering tour groups the most natural experience of snowmobiling, dog-sledding, cross-country skiing and snowshoeing through the wilderness. Join a photography and wildlife viewing tour aboard a heated snow coach for a visually stunning adventure.
In the Grand Teton National Park, choose a backcountry skiing tour, snowshoeing or snowmobiling tour, hut-to-hut tour or a mountaineering and ice climbing adventure as experts guide you through the jagged and stunning mountain peaks of the Tetons.