2023/2024 YELLOWSTONE SNOWCOACH WILDLIFE SAFARIS
Full day Yellowstone National Park Snowcoach tours are available which include round-trip hotel transportation, on-the-go breakfast, lunch, snacks and refreshments. Tours are 11-12 hours from pick-up to drop-off and are open to all ages but not recommended for children under 6 years of age. You will see Old Faithful erupt and learn the Park’s geological and historical features while making stops to view thermal features, fantastic scenery, wildlife and other points of interest. Yellowstone snowcoach tours are available December 15th, 2023 thru March 15, 2024, with a maximum of 10 people per snowcoach. While there is no age restriction on snowcoach tours, all small children are required to be in a car seat as mandated by Wyoming law* (car seats not provided). You may also choose to snowmobile through Yellowstone! Information and pricing on snowmobiling can be found under the “Snowmobile” activity tile.
2023-2024 YELLOWSTONE SNOWCOACH TOUR PRICING
|PRICE PER PERSON||
12/15 – 12/24/23
|12/25 – 1/2/24||
1/3 – 3/15/24
|All ages (up to 10 people per vehicle)||
Private tours are available – please inquire for pricing.
Price does not include $40 per person Yellowstone Park entry fee and guide gratuity. All tours have a 7-day cancellation policy, 14-day for private tours. Cancellation policy also applies to any changes on a reservation that are made 7-days (14-day for private trips) prior to trip departure. All cancellations and changes are subject to a 20% cancellation fee, regardless of when cancellation occurs.
*Wyoming car seat laws state that kids under 9 years old must ride in a federally approved child safety seat in the back seat. If you have children that are 9 or younger you are responsible for making sure your child has the proper safety seat for the tour. Car seats are not provided.
Half & Full Day Wildlife Tours through Grand Teton National Park
Half day tours are 4-5 hours from pick-up to drop-off and provide transportation to/from your lodging. You can select from either a sunrise (7 am morning departure) or sunset (1 pm afternoon departure) tour, with a maximum of 8 people per vehicle. Everyone has a window seat (no middle seating) and you will make frequent stops to get out, explore and take pictures. 2023/2024 HALF-DAY public tours start at $165 per person based on date and vendor availability. Half day Private tours are also available and start at $575 for 1-3 people, $135 for each additional person. FULL-DAY tours are also available and include a light breakfast, lunch, a horse drawn sleigh ride onto the Elk Refuge and entrance into the National Museum of Wildlife Art. Public tour prices start at $325 per person. Private tours are available and start at $975 for 1-3 people, $285 for each additional person. Prices vary based on date and vendor availability so make your reservations early to get the best prices! Price does not include guide gratuity or park entrance fee.
Please note that both National parks are closed to vehicular traffic in the winter. Therefore, the only way to experience either park is via a snowcoach or snowmobile tour. YOU CANNOT DRIVE YOUR OWN VEHICLE IN THE PARKS DURING THE WINTER.
Cancellations made within 72 hours of tour, 14-days for private tours, will incur a 100% cancellation fee and no refund will be given. All Grand Teton tours have a 20% cancellation fee, regardless of when cancellation occurs.
Roads will close to regular vehicles on the following dates:
- October 11: The Beartooth Highway (US-212) closes between the Long Lake barricade, near the Top of the World store, and the Montana/Wyoming state line.
- November 7: All roads close at 8:00 am
Conditions permitting, roads will open to oversnow travel by snowmobile and snowcoach only (no vehicular traffic permitted), at 8 am on the following dates:
- December 15: West Entrance to Old Faithful, Mammoth to Old Faithful, Canyon to Norris, Canyon to Lake, Old Faithful to West Thumb, South Entrance to Lake, Lake to Lake Butte Overlook, East Entrance to Lake Butte Overlook (Sylvan Pass)
Roads will close to over snow travel by snowmobile and snowcoach at 9 pm on the following dates (dates are subject to change based on weather conditions):
- March 6: Mammoth Hot Springs to Norris
- March 8: Norris to Madison and Norris to Canyon Village
- March 13: Canyon Village to Fishing Bridge
- March 15: All remaining groomed roads
Anyone with plans to drive to and in the park during the fall and winter, please remember to have flexible travel plans and prepare for changing weather conditions. Winter in Yellowstone is like few places most have ever experienced. Temperatures can get extremely cold and snow can make travel virtually impossible at times.
Temporary travel restrictions or closures can occur at any time without notice. Visit Park Roads for the status of Yellowstone roads. Receive Yellowstone road alerts on your mobile phone, text “82190” to 888-777. An automatic text reply will confirm receipt and provide instructions. Yellowstone closes for the winter season on March 15, 2024 and will not re-open to the public until mid-May, 2024.