Yellowstone in Winter

Explore by Snowmobile or Snowcoach

February 18-22, 2018

Book by September 4 & Save $200

Sun / Thu – 5 Days

From the wide roads winding through Yellowstone National Park to the hushed trails that snake through nearby Caribou-Targhee National Forest, the vast number of routes available in southwest Montana makes it the Snowmobile Capital of the World. The variety of marked trails attracts all levels and types – beginners, thrill-seekers and casual sightseers. Spend one day in Yellowstone National Park, motoring along the same roads that are packed with cars in the summer. Only now, no wheeled vehicles are allowed in the park and the crowds are minimal, allowing for optimum viewing of the grandeur of the snow-covered landscape. The other day of snowmobiling puts the focus on action on trails outside the park.

Want to see Yellowstone in winter but prefer to sightsee in heated, comfortable transportation? Go by snowcoach – a specially adapted vehicle designed to travel throughout Yellowstone Park’s winter wonderland. Spend one day touring to Old Faithful and one day to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. An experienced Yellowstone guide will enrich your knowledge of the animals, geysers and geological formations.

No matter which way you choose to view the park, watch for the Yellowstone wolves, bison, nesting bald eagles and the famous Yellowstone elk herds that make this Ambassadair trip popular year after year.

Itinerary Hotel

Sun, Feb 18: Fly to Idaho Falls, Idaho. Board a motorcoach for the two-hour ride to West Yellowstone, Montana and check into the Holiday Inn. Following a welcome reception, snowmobilers will have an orientation at the hotel and will pick up clothing and gear. Use of standard snowmobile, snowsuit, boots, gloves, facemask and helmet, first tank of fuel each day and collision protection insurance* are all included. Evening at leisure.

Mon, Feb 19: For those snowmobiling head out with your guide for a full day in the picturesque setting of Yellowstone National Park. Those who are sightseeing by snowcoach will spend the day in the park with a stop at Old Faithful. The evening is on your own back in West Yellowstone. (Meals: B,D)

Tue, Feb 20: Another full day of guided snowmobiling or touring by snowcoach to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Snowmobilers hit the trails outside the park and spend the day zooming through tall pine trees and playing in open fields. Or you may go on your own for the day, taking to one of the trails outside the park safe to navigate without a guide. (B)

Wed, Feb 21: An extra day to this favorite trip allows for independent exploration of the area. Visit the Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center, see a wilderness film at the IMAX Theatre, shop the quaint stores, try cross-country skiing or, if two days of snowmobiling wasn’t enough, consider adding an optional excursion. This evening, share your escapades with your fellow travelers at a Farewell Party at the hotel. (B,D)

Thu, Feb 22: Travel to Idaho Falls and fly home. (B)

Holiday Inn, West Yellowstone, Montana
The hotel is located close to the entrance of Yellowstone National Park and dining, nightlife, the IMAX Theatre and trailheads are nearby. Highlights: in-room coffeemaker, microwave & mini-fridge • restaurant and bar • heated indoor pool • whirlpool • fitness center • free high-speed Internet access • gift shop.



Yellowstone in Winter Pricing

Per Person*

Snowmoblie Package with Air

Snowmobile Land Only

Snowcoach Package with Air

Snowcoach Land Only

Double P/P

$2,149

$1,709

$1,899

$1,459

Single

$2,369

$1,929

$2,119

$1,679

Double Rider

$1,899

$1,459

n/a

n/a


Ambassadair Trip #7195

Snowmobiling in Yellowstone National Park / © Ambassadair; photo by Chuck Hook

Highlights Include


  • Yellowstone National Park in the beauty of winter
  • Up close encounters with nature & wildlife
  • 2 full days of guided snowmobiling or 2 days touring by snowcoach
  • Free time for independent exploration or optional day of snowmobiling
  • Ideally located accommodations

Package Includes


  • R/T commercial air from Indianapolis to Idaho Falls, Idaho
  • 4 nights accommodations
  • Breakfast daily
  • 2 dinners
  • Sightseeing and admissions per itinerary
  • Snowmobile and gear rental
  • Transfers
  • Hotel baggage handling
  • Escorted from Indianapolis

Note:

All snowmobile drivers must have valid driver’s license.

Snowmobiling in Yellowstone National Park is extremely restricted. Book early to insure your space!


 
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