Evening Wildlife Encounters

Evening Tour

If you’d like to explore some of the high meadows of Yellowstone Park and perhaps glimpse some of the wildlife that frequent them, come along on this 4-hour tour. We’ll depart either Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel or Canyon Lodge in an Historic Yellow Bus and head to the Tower-Roosevelt area. All our guides keep themselves informed as to where the wild things have been frequenting lately, but as the animals may roam where they wish, there is always an element of chance involved. Depending upon what you find, the tour may continue on as far as the near side of Lamar Valley before turning for home. But in any case, it will be a fun trip on Yellowstone’s Northern Range!

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Evening Wildlife Encounters – 2016 Dates & Rates
Pick Up Location Operating Dates Days of the Week Check-In Return Time Adult Rate Child Rate (3-11)
Mammoth 5/28/16 – 8/16/16 Daily 4:15pm 8:30pm $64 $32
8/17/16 – 9/17/16 Daily 3:45pm 8:00pm $64 $32
Canyon 5/28/16 – 8/16/16 Daily 4:15pm 8:30pm $64 $32
8/17/16 – 9/17/16 Daily 3:45pm 8:00pm $64 $32

*Children Under 3 Free.

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NOT WORTH THE MONEY

Jun 20, 2016 by Salgado Family

Our family went on 3 tours while visiting Yellowstone and I was most looking forward to this one and was most disappointed by this one.
We met at canyon lodge which was convenient to where we were staying but not to the animals. 2 hours of our tour was spent just driving to the location of the most popular animals (bears, wolves, etc.), not very wise for a 4 hour tour.
Our driver Kirk was very nice and friendly. My biggest problem is that the lady who sat in the front seat took up most of his conversation. I felt more could have been done on his part to engage the whole group rather than one person. When he did partake is group discussions I was a little disappointed that he did not discuss the wildlife which is what we were there for. He did provide other interesting information, however I did not take the tour to learn about trees, rocks, or global warming.
Bottom line is we had better luck viewing animals on our own and this tour was a waste of money. Don't do it! Go at your own pace to see wildlife and ask around, most people in town on spot on as to where to go.

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Yellowstone National Park Lodges, Wyoming , USA 1.0 1.0 1 1 Our family went on 3 tours while visiting Yellowstone and I was most looking forward to this one and was most disappointed by this one.We met at canyon lodge which was convenient