Winter Tours

Explore our Winter Tour options.

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Winter Tours

But as beautiful as the spring and summer are in Yellowstone National Park, we’re still convinced you haven’t fully lived until you’ve seen Yellowstone in the fall or winter time. Hop inside one of our authentic 1950s-era snow coaches and scoot around the winter wonderland in comfort and style, or get out your skis and snowshoes for a snow-filled day of fun.

And whatever you do, make sure you save a little time to relax by the fireside with your favorite travel buddy. Watching the snow falling outside while staying cozy is the perfect end to the perfect day adventuring

Old Faithful via Snowmobile

Prepare to get up close and personal with Yellowstone National Park from the seat of a snowmobile. Even if you’re new to snow machines, our experienced guides will have you feeling like a seasoned pro from the moment you depart West Yellowstone on your all-day adventure. You’ll see:

  • Old Faithful, the star of Yellowstone and the best-known geyser in the world. You can almost set your watch by the eruptions that occur about every 90 minutes—you won’t want to miss it.
  • Lower Geyser Basin, home to geysers, hot springs and mud pools—including the often-photographed Fountain Paint Pots.
  • Firehole Canyon, cut through 800-foot lava flows. In the summer, park visitors are drawn to the waterfall and swimming hole, but in winter it’s a quiet, beautiful place to explore.

On your journey, you’ll stop at Madison Junction. It’s an ideal spot to get off your snowmobile, hang out in a warming hut, and enjoy a break along your journey.

✓ Lunch is Not Provided
✓ Tour includes Guide Fee and Park Approved Snowmobile
✓ Total Tour Time is About 8 Hours

Note: a driver’s license is required to operate a snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park

Tour directions and itinerary may be subject to change according to conditions and other factors. Children rate: 15 Years and Under. Senior rate: 62 Years and Up. Active Military Rate.

Old Faithful via Snowcoach

Our guests rave about touring Yellowstone National Park via snowcoach…and for good reason. Snowcoaches have been part of the Park since 1955, allowing families to see all of the sights in style and comfort. Your day-long winter tour will include:

  • Old Faithful, the star of Yellowstone and the best-known geyser in the world. You can almost set your watch by the eruptions that occur about every 90 minutes—you won’t want to miss it.
  • Lower Geyser Basin, home to geysers, hot springs and mud pools—including the often-photographed Fountain Paint Pots.
  • Firehole Canyon, cut through 800-foot lava flows. In the summer, park visitors are drawn to the waterfall and swimming hole, but in winter it’s a quiet, beautiful place to explore.

Madison Junction is also a part of your journey, which offers beautiful vistas as well as warming huts and bathrooms for Park visitors.

✓ Lunch is Not Provided
✓ Total Tour Time is About 8 Hours

Tour directions and itinerary may be subject to change according to conditions and other factors. Children rate: 15 Years and Under. Senior rate: 62 Years and Up. Active Military Rate.

“Grand Canyon” of Yellowstone by Snowmobile

Although Yellowstone National Park is known for Old Faithful, there are many beautiful natural sights to see year-round, including “the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone.” They become even more memorable when you view them via snowmobile. Never driven a snowmobile?  No problem. We will teach you everything you need to know. During your full-day tour, you’ll see:

  • Norris Geyser Basin, which features Steamboat Geyser. While it doesn’t run “on time” as much as Old Faithful, Steamboat is the tallest geyser anywhere on the globe. It’s spectacular any time of year.
  • The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is a must-see phenomenon in winter. You’ll be captivated by the snow clinging to the canyon walls and the ice bridge that forms at the bottom. It’s definitely a “bucket list” location.
  • If time allows, Hayden Valley will also be a stop on your route. It is here that you will often find photo-worthy bison herds, elk and other animals.

All of our winter tours include a stop at Madison Junction. You can stretch your legs, take a bathroom break and talk with other Park visitors in a warming hut.

✓ Lunch is Provided
✓ Tour includes Guide Fee and Park Approved Snowmobile
✓ Total Tour Time is About 8 Hours

Note: a driver’s license is required to operate a snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park

Tour directions and itinerary may be subject to change according to conditions and other factors. Children rate: 15 Years and Under. Senior rate: 62 Years and Up. Active Military Rate.

“Grand Canyon” of Yellowstone by Snowcoach

Snowcoach tours are perfect for families, groups, or anyone who want to tour Yellowstone in comfort. Our guides will tell you the history of Yellowstone, share facts about wildlife, and keep you entertained with stories along your way.  During your full-day tour, you’ll experience:

  • Norris Geyser Basin, which features Steamboat Geyser. While it doesn’t run “on time” as much as Old Faithful, Steamboat is the tallest geyser anywhere on the globe. It’s spectacular any time of year.  
  • The Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone is a must-see phenomenon in winter. You’ll be captivated by the snow clinging to the canyon walls and the ice bridge that forms at the bottom. It’s definitely a “bucket list” location.
  • If time allows, Hayden Valley will also be a stop on your route. It is here that you will often find photo-worthy bison herds, elk and other animals.

All of our winter tours include a stop at Madison Junction. You can stretch your legs, take a bathroom break and talk with other Park visitors in a warming hut.

✓ Lunch is Provided
✓ Total Tour Time is About 8 Hours

Tour directions and itinerary may be subject to change according to conditions and other factors. Children rate: 15 Years and Under. Senior rate: 62 Years and Up. Active Military Rate.

Out of Park – Snowmobile Only

Fresh powder, hundreds of miles of groomed trails and beautiful landscapes await you when you sign up for one of our out-of-the-park tours. We customize your experience based on your snowmobile experience and skill level—and of course, snow and weather conditions (we always put your safety first.)

As with all of our tours, you can bring your own snow clothing or rent everything you need from us. Please note that we do not recommend ski clothing for snowmobiling. Helmets must always be worn.

✓ Tour includes Guide Fee and Park Approved Snowmobile

Note: a driver’s license is required to operate a snowmobile in Yellowstone National Park

Tour directions and itinerary may be subject to change according to conditions and other factors. Children rate: 15 Years and Under. Senior rate: 62 Years and Up. Active Military Rate.

Our founder, Clyde Seeley, was the first to offer guided snowmobile tours of Yellowstone National Park. More than four decades later, See Yellowstone is still the best choice for winter and summer tours alike, thanks to our highly qualified and experienced guides.

See Yellowstone tour guides are all locals, so they know all of the ins and outs of Yellowstone National Park and use their knowledge to make your adventure unique. They also know that some people only get to visit Yellowstone once in their lifetime, so their goal is to make our guests’ time with us as memorable as it can be.

Explore Yellowstone at your own pace with a private van and guide. Whether it’s photography, wildlife, hiking, waterfalls or geysers, our tours are customized with your personal enjoyment in mind. We can also arrange a picnic lunch in the park for $11.50 per person. These private trips are ideal for small groups or the entire family. Together with your guide, we’ll help you plan an unforgettable trip.

“A fantastic and informative tour. Our guides Don and Paul were both wonderful and made it truly enjoyable. We learned so much more about Yellowstone than going it on our own. Highly recommend.”
Lisa Arias
Park Visitor
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