What could be more dramatic than Yellowstone National Park in the winter? Join AdventureWomen in February 2018 for abundant wildlife, billowing geysers, surreal snowscapes, and frozen waterfalls in the magical world of winter in Yellowstone – a unique display of natural splendors like no place else on earth!
We’ve custom designed this 7-day/6-night winter adventure in Yellowstone, an AdventureWomen exclusive, just for you! You simply won’t find another trip like this to Yellowstone on anyone else’s adventure travel trip! It is a one-of-a-kind, very special winter vacation itinerary, with space limited to only 11 participants.
Enter Yellowstone National Park at both its north entrance, Mammoth Hot Springs, and also from the west entrance at West Yellowstone, to experience winter wonders that exist in no other place on earth. Your professional guide and Big Sky-based naturalist will amaze you with her knowledge of the ecology and wildlife in this white-on-white wonderland. This unique itinerary incorporates guided explorations via snowcoach, snowshoe, and by foot, traversing the Park from the famous terraces at Mammoth Hot Springs to the stunning thermal features of Old Faithful.
One of the most special features of this week is the time you will spend viewing wildlife through the beautiful landscapes of the Lamar Valley, getting a rare glimpse of the natural habitat and ecology that is home to Yellowstone’s famous wolves, bison, elk, and other animals. You will also take a snowshoe excursion at the upper terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs.
This active winter vacation includes our favorite Montana guest ranch, just on the border of Yellowstone National Park and a short distance from the Park’s west entrance. From the ranch, continue your jam-packed week of adventurous activities with a sleigh ride beneath a deep black, star-studded Montana sky with the sounds of crunching snow and jingling harnesses of the draft horses who guide you. There is snowshoeing close to the northwestern corner of Yellowstone Park and a hike to beautiful frozen waterfalls on the Gallatin River. In Big Sky, dogsled teams of beautiful huskies pull you down the trail where the only sounds are of panting dogs and the swish of sled runners on the snow. Imagine the excitement and thrill of driving the team, operating in harmony with these well-trained athletes!
Yellowstone, the world’s first National Park, was created to preserve for all time the essence of this wilderness with its fragile thermal wonders that struck awe in the hearts of early explorers, and to provide a safe habitat for its wildlife to roam.
Come join AdventureWomen for a spectacular February 2018 winter adventure in Yellowstone—the BEST time to be in the Park—during prime wildlife viewing season, and with the fewest number of visitors.
- Itinerary for Yellowstone National Park Winter Vacation
- What’s Included in your Yellowstone Womens Trip
- What to Pack and Bring on your trip to Yellowstone National Park
- Traveling to Bozeman, Montana: Map & Travel Tips
- Yellowstone Winter Vacation: Trip Details
Our Yellowstone Winter Wonderland adventure begins the day after our Ski Clinic ends. Stay in Bozeman for both of these trips, have a day in between to catch your breath, and experience the best of what the Bozeman and Yellowstone areas have to offer! You buy only one plane ticket for two vacations!
- Experience winter wonders that exist in no other place on earth
- Discover wildlife and snow-covered landscapes on snowshoes
- Experience the thrill of driving a dogsled team
- Glide beneath a star-dotted Montana sky on a sleigh ride
- Snowcoach into the Park to observe wolves, bison, elk, coyotes, and more!
What You'll See and Do
- Dog Sledding
- Natural History
- Sleigh Ride
- Snowcoach Tour
- Wildlife Viewing
If you're curious about this trip, we would be happy to answer any questions you might have.