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Winter Activities at Mammoth

WINTER TOURS AT MAMMOTH HOT SPRINGS

Summer Lake Queen II

Yellowstone Lake Scenicruise

Come aboard the Lake Queen for a one-hour guided tour of Yellowstone Lake.

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Sunset over Lake Yellowstone

Yellowstone Lake Butte Sunset Tour

The area around the north shore of Yellowstone Lake is a charming locale at any time of day.

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Woman watching waterfall at Grand Canyon of Yellowstone

Yellowstone in a Day

Come along with us on our most comprehensive one-day tour.

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Winter Photo Safari

This tour will travel along the Firehole and Madison River corridors taking advantage of the numerous wildlife and landscape photo opportunities.

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Winter Elk

Wake up to Winter Wildlife

Come with us on a winter wildlife safari!

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Two bighorn

Wake Up to Wildlife

Dawn is really the best time to search out the wild things.

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Sunset at firehole geyser

Twilight on the Firehole

Twilight is a magic time in the Fire Hole, the valley just north of Old Faithful that was named by the mountain men of the early 19th Century.

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NPS Photo/Neal Herbert

Steam, Stars and Winter Soundscapes

This tour will turn on other senses for a unique adventure.

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Stagecoach

Stagecoach Adventure

Energize your pioneer spirit on a stagecoach ride.

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A Skier passing Thermals close to Old Faithful

Skier Shuttles - Snow Lodge

Enjoy a full day adventure on the slopes.

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Two Cross-country Skiers At Mammoth

Skier Shuttles - Mammoth

The ski shuttle departs the Mammoth Hot Springs Terrace Grill for the Indian Creek Cross Country Ski Area three times a day.

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Summer Horseback Riders

Saddle Up

Take the time to “slow down and smell the sagebrush” as you and your horse mosey along the trail.

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Family in motorboat out on the water

Rental Boats

If you think Yellowstone Lake is beautiful from the shoreline, you’ll really love being out on it.

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Photographer taking pictures of elk

Picture Perfect Photo Safari

Your host, a driver-guide who is also a professional photographer, will tailor the tour to the interests, skill levels, and equipment of the group to create a day of memorable photographs for all.

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Roosevelt Cookout

Old West Dinner Cookout

Grab the saddles and hitch up the wagon for an evening you won’t soon forget.

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Old Faithful Inn Tour

Old Faithful Inn Tour

Old Faithful Inn, the most famous structure in the National Parks, opened to the public on June 1st, 1904.

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Snowshoe tour crossing stream

Old Faithful Area Snowshoe Tour

If you like to spend your time outside in the woods, this is the tour for you!

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Yellowstone Park

Norris Geyser Basin Tour

Norris Geyser Basin has been a well kept winter secret.

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Coyote in a snowy field

Madison Wildlife Excursion

You never know what you might see along this scenic route.

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Lone Star during Winter

Lone Star Excursion

Follow the beautiful Firehole River on skis or snowshoes on this five mile round-trip adventure

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Buffalo

Lamar Valley Wildlife Tour

For many people Yellowstone is all about wildlife.

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Lake Yellowstone Hotel Tour

Lake Yellowstone Hotel Tour

Opening its doors for the first time for the 1891 summer season, today no hotel has stood in any national park longer than the Lake Yellowstone Hotel.

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View of rod fishing on Yellowstone Lake

Guided Fishing/Sightseeing Charter Boats

Charter Guide Boats are available in 2-hour blocks throughout the day.

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Snow-covered canyon

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Snowshoe Tour

Spend up to 2 wonderful hours at the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and snowshoe up to 3 miles.

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Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone Ski Tour

Looking for a full day ski tour? The Canyon Ski Tour is for you.

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Canyon during Winter

Grand Canyon Day Tour - Snow Lodge

Enjoy a narrated sightseeing tour to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.

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Canyon

Grand Canyon Day Tour - Mammoth

See sights including the Hoodoos, Swan Lake Flats, Obsidian Cliff, and Roaring Mountain.

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Clepsydra Geyser

Geyser Gazers

The valley between Old Faithful and Madison, called the Fire Hole since the days of the beaver trappers, is the heart of the greatest geyser region on Planet Earth.

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Fishing On Lake Yellowstone

Fishing in Yellowstone

Yellowstone is known for some of its blue-ribbon fishing streams.

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Firehole Winter

Firehole Basin Winter Adventure

Steamy thermal features plus cold winter temperatures equal an unimaginable wonderland.

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Firehole river

Firehole Basin Adventure

The Firehole is the heart of one of the greatest geyser region on Planet Earth.

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Group with binoculars on Wildlife tour

Evening Wildlife Encounters

Explore some of the high meadows of Yellowstone Park and perhaps glimpse some of the wildlife that frequent them on this 4-hour tour.

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Motor boats in the water

Dock Slip Rentals

One of the only ways you can spend the entire summer in Yellowstone!

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Custom Guided Ski Tour

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Erupting geyser at Old Faithful in the summer

Circle of Fire

This is the Park’s senior (and signature!) tour, being offered for decades longer than any other.

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Family biking at Old Faithful

Bicycle Rentals

Rent a bike at Old Faithful Snow Lodge in the heart of Yellowstone’s geyser country.

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Boats at Bridge Bay Marina in the summer

Backcountry Shuttle Service

This is a unique and convenient way to transport people and equipment to Yellowstone Lake’s backcountry areas.

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Tourist walking past a geyser

Across the Great Divide

For a fun morning, come lope over to West Thumb with us!

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Plan Your Adventure

Bear Den Ski Shop

The Bear Den Ski Shop

Be sure to visit the Bear Den Gift Shop for ski and snowshoe rental and instruction, clothing, sundries and information.

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Ghost Trees in winter

More Winter Fun in Yellowstone

For further information on winter use and the latest information on snowmobile use, please visit National Park Services.

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Winter Weather

Severe winter weather can occasionally cause the National Park Service to temporarily close park entrances and/or roads. This may result in delays or cancellations of in-park transportation. While every effort will be made to meet our transportation schedules, there may be times when closures prevent us from doing so. Guests are responsible for any costs (including but not limited to additional lodging, transportation, meals and airline fees) related to such delays. NPS road information is available online or 307-344-2117.