Join us on an extraordinary winter adventure: a seven-day wildlife expedition to Yellowstone—North America’s best wolf-watching habitat. 

Dressed magnificently with frost and snow, and with visitors few and far between, experience an ecosystem when its beauty is more untouched by the outside world than any other time of the year. Hushed and magical landscapes are the setting for steaming geysers, trees covered in ice crystals, and the movements of bison, elk, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, and other wildlife—followed closely by the park’s wolves.

Safari aboard custom vehicles with expert naturalists as we explore and learn about the animals, environment, hydrothermal activity, and history of the park. Enjoy a private sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge and meet an award-winning wildlife photographer for a presentation during a visit to his gallery. Each evening, overnight in atmospheric hotels and a park lodge.

  • Trip Itinerary

    Day 1. Arrive in Jackson, WY
    Day 2. Jackson/Grand Teton National Park/National Elk Refuge
    Day 3. Jackson/Old Faithful
    Day 4. Old Faithful/Mammoth Hot Springs/Lamar Valley/Gardiner, MT
    Day 5. Gardiner/Lamar Valley, WY/Cooke City, MT
    Day 6. Gardiner/Lamar Valley, WY/Paradise Valley, MT/Bozeman
    Day 7. Depart Bozeman

  • Trip Highlights

    • A fully-guided program with 2 Orbridge Expedition Leaders as well as expert local
      guides and naturalists
    • Scout for wildlife from the comfort of a custom-outfitted, heated vehicle featuring
      oversized windows and a rooftop viewing hatch. Yellowstone is considered one of the best wolf watching habitats in the country.
    • Use of in-field gear, including high quality binoculars and spotting scopes, Yaktrax, snowshoes, and adjustable hiking poles
    • Meet an award-winning wildlife photographer for a presentation during a visit to his gallery.
    • Enjoy a horse-drawn sleigh ride through the National Elk Refuge. Created in 1912, this sanctuary is home to one of the largest elk herds in North America.