Please note that space in our Winter 2020 program dates are extremely limited and sold out unless indicated below:
*1/19/2020,*1/26/2020,*2/16/2020 have one space.
Venture into the heart of Yellowstone on a journey through the park’s winter wilderness. Beginning at Mammoth Hot Springs, you’ll travel by snowcoach to a warm and cozy base deep in the center of the park at Old Faithful Snow Lodge. From there you will travel by snowcoach to Yellowstone’s remote and spectacular winter gems – including Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone – in search of wildlife, steaming thermal features, grand winter views and the true sense of winter wilderness. This six-day program is primarily snowcoach based, with short easy walks on foot or snowshoe to viewpoints and thermal areas. View the itinerary.
Activity Level – Hiking or snowshoeing on snow-packed trails, up to 3 miles per day with climbs up to 250 feet.
Lodging & Learning programs are offered in partnership with the Yellowstone Forever Institute.
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. Package prices higher during Christmas Holiday (12/22-1/4). Minimum age of 12 years old. Minimum of 4 persons required for course to occur. Package is available Sundays starting December 15, 2019, with last session February 23, 2020.
Get the most out of your visit during the magical season by following these guidelines.Learn More
When Yellowstone National Park is covered in a blanket of snow, things can get a little weird.Learn More
In winter, Yellowstone National Park morphs into a picturesque wonderland, complete with snowy woods, ice pellets of geyser rain, frozen waterfalls, and abundant animals.