If you want to experience the best of Jackson Hole in the winter then this is the wildlife photo tour for you! Your day will begin with a light breakfast before heading off into the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park in search of the area’s abundant wintering wildlife. Thousands of mule deer, elk, moose, big horn sheep and bison migrate into the valley in search of food each year along with coyotes, fox, bald and golden eagles, swans, and even packs of wolves. This gathering of wintering wildlife makes winter one of the best times to view wildlife in Jackson Hole!
After a full morning with the animals we will head to the National Museum of Wildlife Art where we can gain inspiration from one of the best collections of wildlife art in the world and enjoy lunch at the rising sage cafe. After lunch and a walk through the museum we will take a horse drawn sleigh through the National Elk Refuge into the middle of the largest wild elk herd in North America.
Included Hotel Pick-up, an experienced guide, breakfast, hot/cold drinks, souvenir safari mug, snacks, lunch, all admission fees and use of our high quality optics. *park entrance fee and guide gratuity not included. Sleigh ride included during their operating season – approx. Dec 15 – April 1
Duration: 8 hours.
Season: Nov 20 – April 30*
Pickup Times: Teton Village 7am, Jackson at 7:30am
Cancellation Policy: We have a 48 hour cancellation policy for all single day safaris and a 7 day cancellation policy for 2-3 day safaris. For groups of 15 or more guests and for multi-day safaris of 4 or more days our cancellation policy is 30 days. Cancellations made outside the stated cancellation period for your reservation will be fully refunded with no penalty. For cancellations made within our cancellation policy’s stated times for your reservation we will retain a 50% deposit. Cancellations on the day of your reservation or no-shows will be charged 100%. We strongly recommend travel insurance to protect you from incurring costs associated with unforeseen cancellations.