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Winter in Yellowstone

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February 4, 2023 - February 9, 2023 $1,959
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Winter in Yellowstone
1959

Once-in-a-lifetime experience! – Seeing the spectacular winter scenery & wildlife doesn’t have to be cold. Book a snowcoach tour through Yellowstone National Park and you’ll take in the winter wonderland and spot wildlife at a relaxed pace. No matter how cold the weather outside, you’ll stay cozy on your journey through America’s first national park

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Highlights & Inclusions:

  • Guided Tour of Salt Lake City
  • Welcome Dinner
  • Hear the World Famous Tabernacle Choir’s Weekly Broadcast
  • Discover Yellowstone Park via Heated Snowcoach
  • See Firehole Falls, Fountain Paint Pots & Old Faithful
  • Free Time to Explore
  • Experience The National Elk Refuge
  • Visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art
  • Drive through Snake River Canyon
  • Make a stop in Starr Valley
  • Guided Tour of Utah Olympic Park
  • 5 Nights Hotel Accommodations
  • 9 Included Meals
  • Professional Tour Director
  • Luggage Handling
Please note: Airfare is not included.  Let us know if you’d like us to book it for you!

 

Day 1
Saturday, February 4

Today our winter adventure begins as you arrive at the Salt Lake Airport. Transfer to the hotel on your own—a short 6 minute drive by cab. At 2:30pm depart from hotel for a tour of Salt Lake City including all the highlights ending around 5pm. This evening join the group for a welcome dinner. Hilton Garden Inn Downtown or similar, Salt Lake City, UT (D)

Day 2
Sunday, February 5

A once‑in‑a‑lifetime opportunity awaits this morning! Seating has been arranged at Temple Square, where you will have a chance to hear the world‑famous Mormon Tabernacle Choir's weekly broadcast performance. (Choir’s schedule permitting). Then depart the Wasatch Mountains and drive north past the Great Salt Lake, Hill Air Force Base, and Utah's first settlement, Ogden. Soon enter Idaho and travel through the potato-producing fields of the Gem State. Continue north to the Island Park Region which is world-famous for its outstanding trout fishing on the Madison and Henry’s Fork Rivers. After going over Targhee Pass enter Montana and the town of West Yellowstone, the western gate of our nation's first national park. The evening is free to explore on your own. Kelly Inn or similar, West Yellowstone, MT (B)

Day 3
Monday, February 6

This is your day to discover Yellowstone National Park, America's oldest and most famous national park, via private chartered snowcoaches. The heated snowcoaches provide a clear view, moving easily across the snow while listening to the insights of an experienced Yellowstone guide. Visit some of the landmarks for which Yellowstone is famous including Firehole Falls, Fountain Paint Pots and the world's most famous geyser, Old Faithful. There will be plenty of time to witness Old Faithful's dramatic display, have lunch on your own and explore the area. In the afternoon, enjoy a return trip to West Yellowstone with additional picture stops along the way. Arrive in West Yellowstone and join the group for dinner. Kelly Inn *or similar, West Yellowstone, MT (B,D)

Day 4
Tuesday, February 7

Enjoy a beautiful winter day as you depart West Yellowstone and travel to the western town of Jackson located at the base of the rugged Teton Mountains. After some free time for lunch on own in town, enjoy a fantastic winter experience. Just a couple miles north of Jackson is the National Elk Refuge, winter home for thousands of these majestic animals. Get a close-up view by taking a horse drawn sleigh ride right into the massive heard on the Elk Refuge. Your sleigh driver and guide will explain how the settling of the Jackson Valley affected the elk herd’s winter migration and why the refuge now plays an important role in their survival. Next visit the National Museum of Wildlife Art. With collections of nearly twenty-three hundred works of wildlife art, the museum strives to enrich and inspire appreciation of art and humanity’s relationship with nature. This evening return to Jackson and check into your hotel. After some time to relax or to explore the many shops and art galleries, join your fellow travelers for dinner at a local restaurant. Lexington *or similar, Jackson, WY (B, D)

Day 5
Wednesday, February 8

Depart Jackson this morning and travel through western Wyoming surrounded by silver streams, soaring peaks, and lush meadows. Drive through the rugged Snake River Canyon, stopping in pastoral Starr Valley. Arrive in Evanston for lunch on your own, then travel to Utah Olympic Park near Park City. Enjoy a guided tour of this amazing facility that hosted events for the 2002 Winter Olympic Games and continues to host World Cup events. Many of the guides are winter Olympians in training. You will see the Utah Ski and Olympic Museum, three Nordic Jumps along with the Bobsled and Luge Track, which has some of the fastest ice on earth. Return to Salt Lake City for one final night. This evening join your new found friends for a farewell dinner. Hilton Garden Inn Downtown *or similar, Salt Lake City, UT (B, D)

Day 6
Thursday, February 9

Transfer to the Salt Lake on your own, 2 hours prior to your departure time. Always remember the wonderful memories and friends you met on your Yellowstone Winter Vacation! (B)

Trip Facts

  • February 4 - 9, 2023
  • $1959
  • $2454
  • $1826
  • 2-3