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Spring Wolf and Bear Discovery Package

Not currently accepting new reservations for winter or summer packages. Summer reservations will start November 2 and winter reservations will resume in October.

A Look At These Charismatic Carnivores

While we will not be offering packages in Summer 2020, we encourage you to continue with your plans to visit the park. Limited in-park lodging will be available as of June 15, 2020. We will be accepting reservations for Summer 2021 packages starting November 2, 2020.

This is your opportunity to delve into the world of Yellowstone’s wolves and bears. You’ll join a Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide for sunrise trips in Yellowstone’s Northern Range to look for these charismatic carnivores. During the day, you’ll take leisurely hikes in their habitat, learning about their behavior, ecology, and conservation. Throughout, you’ll be immersed in the beauty and wonders of Yellowstone in the spring.  View the itinerary.

Activity Level – Hikes up to 3 miles per day with elevation gains up to 600 feet. Some off-trail hiking possible.

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

Package Includes

  • Four nights at Mammoth Hot Springs in Cabins
  • In-park transportation
  • Four breakfasts and three lunches per person
  • One dinner per person (on the last night)
  • One welcome gift per adult
  • Expert instruction provided by Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide

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