Wake Up to Wildlife
Dawn is really the best time to search out the wild things, so we’ll leave Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, Canyon Lodge, or Roosevelt Lodge bright and early and head for Lamar Valley. Here, expansive views provide great opportunities to find spectacular megafauna grazing or hunting on the open hillsides, and your driver/guide will know where the action has been as of late (as we’re looking for genuinely wild animals, there are no guarantees of course!). Our Historic Yellow Bus will be provisioned with muffins and juice for all aboard. If you really want to take your best chance to glimpse the great beasts, come Wake Up to Wildlife with us!
|Wake Up To Wildlife – 2017 Dates & Rates|
|Pick Up Location||Operating Dates||Days of the Week||Check-In||Return Time||Adult Rate||Child Rate (3-11)|
|Mammoth||5/27/17 – 9/16/17||Daily||6:15am||11:30am||$90||$45|
|Roosevelt||6/10/17 – 9/3/17||Daily||7:00am||11:00am||$90||$45|
|Canyon||6/3/17 – 9/16/17||Daily||6:15am||11:30am||$90||$45|
|9/17/17 – 9/23/17||Daily||6:30am||11:45am||$90||$45|
*Children Under 3 Free.
If you want to see wildlife, book this adventure. We saw bison, elk, black bears, grizzly bears, bighorn sheep, wolf cubs, baby owls and mountain goats. Our guide was super - giving us insights we wouldn't get otherwise. A once in a lifetime opportunity!
Best way to begin visit to Yellowstone! We schedule a wake up wildlife tour on the first day of our visit every time we come. Learn what is going on with wildlife and where wildlife is "hanging out." A great "insider" tour. A must!
A must do in Yellowstone!
We took the historic yellw bus photo tour last week. It was the highlight of our tour. Betty our driver and guide is one smart, special lady!! We learned photography tips, yellowstone tidbits and saw plenty of animals. Early is best. Go.