Snowshoe Nature Trip

Bozeman& Big Sky


4-6 hours

Max 6 people



We will depart your accommodations and head towards Yellowstone’s northern range, undoubtedly one of the prime wildlife viewing spots in the world, it harbors impressive bison herds, wolf packs, and meandering bears. Visitors are likely to depart from the park’s northern lands with at least one, if not more, checks on their wildlife card. Wild and pristine. When thinking about Yellowstone, a vast and amazing back-country, large carnivores, bison herds, iconic geysers, and geothermal features fill the imagination.


Spring in Yellowstone is the best time of the season to view the parks population of grizzly bears and wolves intermingling/ fighting for dominance on a landscape that’s coming back to life after a long harsh winter. Our tour will focus on Yellowstone’s northern range, undoubtedly one of the prime wildlife viewing spots in North America as it harbors impressive bison/ elk herds, wolf packs, moose, and meandering grizzly and black bears.


In late March Yellowstone starts to comes to life as the temperature gets warmer, the snow starts to melt. green grass starts to grow, elk and bison are giving give birth to off spring, hungry and therefore aggressive grizzly bears are waking up from hibernation, and the parks wolf packs are hunting elk/ bison calves to feed to the their litter pups.

It is not uncommon during this time of year to view wolves hunting bison calves then a hungry grizzly bears charges in to attempt to steal the carcass from the wolves. Its surely a sight to be seen!


One paragraph about wolves


Time permitting we will walk the boardwalks of Mammonth Hot Spring

Why Snowshoeing?

An experience for all senses


Snowshoeing is a good way to experience the landscape in an active way.


While out in the field, we will look at all the tracks and signs left behind by wildlife.


Snowhoeing allows us to get off the beaten path, into quieter areas of the park.

Pick Up Info

Bozeman & Big Sky

7:00am -8:00 am

Our pick up times vary from location to location to allow best wildlife watching in the park while ensuring safety on the road. There is fluctuation from month to month as these decisions are made on how much light is available.

We pick up at 7:00 am in Bozeman and 8:00 am in Big Sky.

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Most frequent questions and answers

Wildlife can be observed, but it is not the focus of this trip. If that is your main priority, you should check out the “Winter Wildlife Safari”

Yes, our tours are 100% private and customized to your desires. It will be just your family and friends for the entire day.

Each tour comes with a provided deli style lunch from a local bakery that makes all of their breads from scratch. You will get to choose from turkey, roast beef, ham, or vegetarian sandwich with mustard and mayo on the side. All sandwiches come with cheese, lettuce, tomato, and onion. Your lunch will come with a large selection of chips, an organic apple, and a fresh baked cookie.

Park Entrance Fee is not included in the price of the tour. However, if you have an annual park pass, it will get up 4 adult members of your group into the park. Otherwise, adults are $20/day.  Children 15 and under are free.  If you have a Senior Pass, are active Military, purchased a National Parks Pass, or are in the 4th Grade you will get yourself and part of the tour group in for free.

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