Snow-Coach Through Yellowstone – Jan. 16th – 20th 2020

Snow-coach through YellowstoneEven if you have been through Yellowstone Park a dozen times in the summer, Yellowstone’s unique winter environment should not be missed! Visitor statistics show that snow-coach tours are quickly becoming the most popular way to visit Yellowstone. A combination of great comfort, commanding views, and an opportunity to learn about the park, are inspiring more people to visit during the winter.

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Day 1 – Jan 16th – Home to West Yellowstone
We’ll make our way to West Yellowstone and our home for the next 4 nights the Holiday Inn. It is located is just three blocks from the entrance to Yellowstone National Park. The hotel is also close to local shops. You’ll have some time to get cozy in your room before our welcome dinner in the Branch Restaurant located next to the hotel. Holiday Inn West Yellowstone (D)

Day 2 Friday Jan 17th – Yellowstone Old Faithful Tour
After a hearty breakfast at the hotel, we’ll depart on the Snowcoach to Old Faithful.  As we approach the West Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, it’s clear that we are about to experience something unlike anything we have ever experienced before. That anticipation only grows when our knowledgeable local guide explains that Yellowstone contains more wildlife than anywhere else in the lower 48 states, and more geothermal wonders-geysers, hot springs, mud pots, and steam vents- than anywhere in the world! In essence, we have arrived at the doorstep of one of the most magical places on the planet. We’ll take in Old faithful and enjoy a boxed lunch here before heading to the upper & lower basin. We’ll make our way back to West Yellowstone where your evening is free to explore.. Holiday Inn West Yellowstone (B, L, D)

Day 3 – Saturday Jan 18th – Grizzly Center
After breakfast, we’ll go across the street to the West Yellowstone Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. The Center offers every visitor a chance to experience the world of grizzly bears and gray wolves. All the animals at the Center are unable to survive in the wild and serve as ambassadors for their wild counterparts. Next, learn about Yellowstone’s fascinating history and geological wonders at the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre. Far more than just a theatre, the Yellowstone Giant Screen Theatre offers a rare educational opportunity, through the stunning film “Yellowstone”. You will also find displays located in the lobby, so you can see the true Yellowstone as it is today and how it was a hundred, and 100,000 years ago! Your afternoon is free to further explore the town of West Yellowstone on your own. Later this evening, we’ll meet at the hotel, before departing for dinner at a local favorite; Bullwinkle’s Saloon and Eatery. Holiday Inn West Yellowstone (B, D)

Day 4 – Sunday Jan. 19th – Yellowstone Canyon Tour
Enjoy another scrumptious breakfast at the hotel before departing on the Snowcoach Canyon Tour. Visit Yellowstone’s “Grand Canyon” and see the Lower Falls – a 308 ft. drop! Experience the park’s hottest and most dynamic geyser basin – Norris Geyser Basin and Steamboat Geyser – the world’s largest active geyser. Gibbon Falls, Beryl Springs, and abundant wildlife are found on this tour. We’ll treat ourselves to another delicious boxed lunch in Yellowstone today, before heading back to the hotel. Dinner will be at the historic Madison Crossing Lounge tonight. The Madison Crossing Building was the first West Yellowstone School built in 1918. The restaurant/lounge is located in the former 1st grade classroom, as long time locals laughingly point out, and the large area that houses the Homeroom furniture store was the school gymnasium, built in 1954. The floor and ceiling beams are original, and the two-story water fountain and mezzanine were added in 1993. This establishment is truly built on the memories that were made in it!  Holiday Inn West Yellowstone (B, L, D)

Day 5 – Monday Jan 20th – West Yellowstone to Home
After our final breakfast at the hotel, we’ll depart for Bozeman. Next, we’ll stop for lunch at in Bozeman. Then, we’ll depart with grand memories of this one of a kind tour! (B, L)

$2,384 Double $2,624 Single

A $100 per person deposit will hold space; balance is due by November 18th, 2019