Yellowstone in winter is a world apart from the busy hubbub of summer. A blanket of snow covers the silent landscape, broken by steam plumes and geyser spray from the park’s geothermal features. Against this crystalline backdrop, abundant wildlife is more easily detected than in other season, and we have our very best chance to spot the park’s legendary wolves. Join Expedition Leader Kurt Johnson for a journey into the wonders of a Yellowstone winter. Kurt is a naturalist, wildlife photographer and author of the park’s most comprehensive field guide. Years in the field have given him intimate knowledge of this great ecosystem and its wild residents, including its wolves, elk, bison, moose and more. Travel by private snowcoach deep into the park’s remote reaches and explore the Lamar Valley, the world’s best place to look for gray wolves.