Winter Ventures in Yellowstone Country
Learn how to snowmobile, snowshoe and ski, discover unique wildlife and visit Old Faithful, fumaroles and bubbling hot springs as you explore the wonders of Yellowstone in winter.
Program No. 16839RJ
6 days
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The activities available in this program allow you to actually be a participant in the amazing Yellowstone landscape and does not limit you to just looking down on the Park from the windows of a van.
It was awesome getting to see Yellowstone in the winter! It was great to stretch my comfort level while spending the week in the snow and learning how to snowboard, cross country ski and ride a snowmobile. It was fun getting to know the other participants from all over the country that share a passion for travel and learning. My husband and I highly recommend this trip!
What a wonderful opportunity to see Yellowstone in the winter. Not one but two trips through the park: one by snowmobile and the other by snow coach.
I really loved this program. Yellowstone is truly amazing in the winter. The group size is perfect for this type of trip. Truly an American Wonder!
Experiencing Yellowstone in the winter is not to be missed! The activities were amazing and our leaders were so knowledgeable, helpful, and friendly. I never thought that at 68 I would drive my first snow mobile, see the glory of Yellowstone and drive through a herd of bison. WOW!!!!
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Winter in Yellowstone was an excellent adventure. We felt like we had the park to ourselves. We had a group of 14 people from 5 states. The small size made everything seem more personal and allowed the opportunity to get to know people from a variety of backgrounds. The food and accommodations were good, the activities and tours were excellent. Thanks to Sue and our guide Leslie - their knowledge and passion allowed us to experience a trip we could not have had on our own.
The equipment that was provided was almost always excellent. The lectures (by Leslie) were timely. The dinners were substantial. The employees that were unaffiliated with RoadScholar (e.g.,Connie who drove a Bom' and Bron who led the snowmobiles) added to the experience through their insights. I'd rec this trip as one with all pros and no cons!!!

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