- Enjoy the wilderness of Yellowstone National Park in winter
- Spend three full days tracking wolves amidst hot springs
- Travel with specialist wildlife guides
Pristine, snowy landscapes, steaming geyser basins, incomparable wildlife viewing and a complete lack of crowds - Yellowstone's winter season is magical. Accompanied by a wildlife biologist we search the northern side of the park, where wildlife collects in winter, for sightings of the captivating Grey wolf.
What makes this trip responsible?
Our local partners promote sustainable practices in their operation, and teach and practice the Leave No Trace outdoor ethics curriculum to minimize the impact of the activities on the environment. Our local partners feature recycling of product waste including plastics, aluminium, paper, and glass with the assistance of the National Park Service, a program made possible through the Greening of the Parks Act. Our local partners hire only local guides and services to contribute to the local economies and thereby promote sustainable, long-term stability to Yellowstone’s communities through ecotourism. Our local partners have developed a code of wildlife watching ethics for visitors to the park that emphasizes respect for the wildlife and for fellow visitors. Our local partners contribute to the Yellowstone Wolf Project’s research and education initiatives through the Yellowstone Park Foundation. This work provides for scientific endeavours to better understand the ecology of the wolf and better protect their place in nature.
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Wolves in winter