Henry H. Holdsworth Photography: Gray wolf, American bison, Photographer at geyser, Coyote, Lone tree, Geyser erupting at sunset, Pine Marten, Lone bison Eric Rock: Guide with travelers by scope, Travelers in heavy snow, Woman and telephoto lens
Eva Powers: Elk
Staying close to wildlife and prime scenic areas, lodging is comfortable in the remote Lamar Valley and Western luxury in Jackson—and private snow vehicles access secluded Old Faithful Snow Lodge.
Yellowstone National Park & Jackson, Wyoming; Bozeman & Cooke City, Montana
Our accommodations have been chosen to place us as close as possible to the wildlife and scenic areas of Yellowstone and Grand Teton national parks. Some are fancier than others, but all are clean and comfortable and have en suite bathroom facilities. They are typically western in motif. An important feature of this trip is our use of privately chartered snow vehicles during some portions of the itinerary. These allow us to arrange our itinerary around the best wildlife viewing, enabling us to stop and view animals when and where we like, and to spend a night at the secluded Old Faithful Snow Lodge, which is not accessible by road during the winter months. This newly built yet classically styled lodge affords exceptional proximity to the park's wild reaches in winter. In Cooke City on Yellowstone’s northeast edge, we stay at the Super 8, where simple but comfortable rooms provide a base close to the remote Lamar Valley. In Jackson, enjoy Western luxury at the the Lexington Hotel. In Bozeman, we enjoy the convenience and comfort of the GranTree Inn.