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Winter in Gardiner is to see Yellowstone as you’ve never seen it before. Witness the abundant wildlife and steaming thermal features Yellowstone National Park is known for without the usual summer crowds.
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Try cross-country skiing, dog-sledding, or snowshoeing. At the end of the day, relax in the finest lodging or treat yourself to a rejuvenating soak in one of our area hot springs.
  • Yellowstone Wolf Tracker Package

    Yellowstone Wolf Tracker Package

    Our multiple day, all-inclusive vacation packages during the off-season (October to April) are highly regarded. Small groups of a dozen guests enjoy extensive viewing opportunities, excellent meals, comfortable accommodation, and presentations by local experts.

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  • Winter Wolf Discovery Lodging & Learning Package

    Winter Wolf Discovery Lodging & Learning Package

    Join a Yellowstone Forever Institute naturalist guide for an experience into the beautiful landscape of Lamar Valley, where Yellowstone’s wolves are often spotted. This is your best chance to see and learn about these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Lodging & Learning programs are offered in partnership with the Yellowstone Forever Institute and Yellowstone National Park Lodges.  

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  • Wolves and Wildlife

    Wolves and Wildlife

    Yellowstone Wild, LLC. is now offering an exceptional all-inclusive tour package specially designed to experience the wild magic of Yellowstone National Park, while treating yourself to the luxuries of the brand-new Wonderland Cafe and Lodge.

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  • Dec 13, 2019

    Winter Wildlife Watching on the Yellowstone Northern Range

    Wildlife watching around Gardiner, Montana, and Yellowstone’s Northern Range offers an opportunity like no other! Predators and prey inhabit the snow-covered landscape, playing out life-and-death interactions on a daily basis. The snowy backdrop offers a great chance to capture images on a camera, and cool temperatures typically mean the wildlife…