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Learn About These Magnificent Creatures

Join a Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide for an experience into the beautiful landscape of Lamar Valley, where Yellowstone’s wolves are often spotted. This is your best chance to see and learn about these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. View the itinerary.

Activity Level – Hikes on snow-packed trails, or snowshoe or ski trips, up to 3 miles per day with climbs up to 250 feet.

Lodging & Learning programs are offered in partnership with the Yellowstone Forever Institute.

Package Includes:

  • Four nights lodging at newly renovated Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel
  • Four breakfasts and three lunches
  • Expert instruction provided by Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide
  • In-park transportation for field trips and to lodging sites
  • One welcome gift per person
  • One Snow Card discount card per person good for an additional 10% discounts on select gift shop items, tours, rentals and meals (except designated special events.)

2020/2021 Winter Package Rates*

  • $1,159 per person, double occupancy
  • $1,685 for single occupancy

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Airport Shuttle from Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport
We now offer a daily shuttle (winter season only) from the Bozeman Airport to/from Yellowstone. You can reserve your seat(s) when making your lodging reservations by phone. More information is located here, or ask the reservations agent when you call to book your stay. Guests who are booked on one of our winter packages receive a special package rate of $54 for adults (12 and older)

Terms & Conditions
Rates do not include taxes, fees, and gratuity. Minimum age of 12 years old. Package prices higher during Christmas Holiday (12/22-1/4). Minimum of 4 persons required for the course to occur. Package is available select Sundays and Tuesdays starting December 15, 2020 and ending last session February 21, 2021.

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