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Gray Wolves

Touring in Yellowstone National Park

The best and one of the few places to see gray wolves in their natural habit is in Yellowstone National Park during the winter months when the temperatures drop and snow begins to fall.

Wolves are difficult to locate with winter being the best time of the year when wolves are more likely to be spotted because of the thin foliage and the abundance of prey roaming out into open areas.

Gray Wolves in Yellowstone National Park

January through March is prime time for watching gray wolves in Yellowstone National Park.

Late April and May is another good time to see wildlife as both wolves and grizzlies --- who have come out of hibernation --- can be easily be seen in the valley.

In the winter, the only way to travel inside the park is either by snow coach, a tour vehicle equipped with either a rubber track or a ski system, or by tour sized snowmobile. During the winter months, access into Yellowstone National Park is from the the North Entrance at Gardiner.

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The Best Places in Yellowstone National Park To see Gray Wolves

The Northern Range to Lamar Valley in Yellowstone National Park offers the greatest concentration of gray wolves and wildlife. Here you can get to see the largest concentration elk herd in the world, the largest concentration of grizzly bears in the park, antelope, moose, black bears, bison, mule deer, big horn sheep, coyotes, red fox, osprey, bald eagles, and more.

The best way to see wolves and fully understand wolf behavior and how they they impact on the Yellowstone ecosystem, visitors should book a tour with a a licensed tour guide.

Gray Wolves Tour Operators

Natural Habitat Adventures
Boulder, CO
(303) 449-3711
Toll Free (800) 543-8917
http://www.nathab.com/
Yellowstone Wolf Quest - A six day package guided tour from Bozeman, Montana into the Northern Range of Yellowstone National Park.


Trail of the Wolf Package from Old Faithful Snow Lodge
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1-866- 439-7375
A 3 night package includes tour of Lamar Valley and Mammouth Hot Springs via snowmobile


Spring Wolf and Bear Discovery
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1-866- 439-7375
A four night your with accommodations at Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel, this tour is offered in May of each year, visitors will discover Yellowstone's wolves and bears. Includes a naturalist guide for trips in Yellowstone's Northern Range. During the day, you'll take leisurely hikes in their habitat, learning about their behavior, ecology, and conservation. Throughout, you'll be immersed in the beauty and wonders of Yellowstone in the spring.


Yellowstone Outdoor Adventures!
64995 Gallatin Road
Gallatin Gateway, MT
kevin@yellowstone-bearman.com
406-763-5117
Personalized guided tours by Kevin Sanders (aka The Bearman) a licensed guide that can meet you at your hotel anywhere inside and outside Yellowstone Park for Winter Wolf and Spring Bear and Wolf Viewing, from November through May, in the northern range of Yellowstone Park.


Yellowstone Safari Company
Bozeman, MT
406-586-1155
office@yellowstonesafari.com
Offers custom winter wolf and spring wolf and bear safari tours. They can include accommodations and be together inside Yellowstone or can meet you at your hotel in one of the gateway communities of Gardiner or West Yellowstone, or in their our home base town of Bozeman, MT.


Yellowstone Wolf Guides
Gardiner, MT
(406) 223-2152
editor@wolftracker.com
Offers multiple day tours, with each outing lasting 6-8 hours depending upon sightings, interest, weather, etc. You will explore much of the northern portion of the park and many different wildlife areas. The primary focus will be on finding and observing wolves, bears, or other wildlife at guests' request. Much of the search will be road-based, but depending upon guest interests, we can include short nature walks in spectacular locations. They also offer multiple overnight camping treks that includes meals, tents, and group equipment.

Places To Stay For Gray Wolf Watching

Mammoth Hot Springs
Xanterra Parks & Resorts
Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming
1-866- 439-7375
Open from mid December - early March. This quaint resort is located below the steaming limestone terraces of Mammoth Hot Springs, and near the north entrance of Yellowstone National Park.


Old Faithful Snow Lodge
1-866-256-9046
Open from mid December until early March, this is a rustic and contemporary luxurious retreat that is one of the only lodging facilities open during the summer and winter seasons at Yellowstone National Park. Snow coach and other sightseeing tours are also available through the Snow Lodge.


Pine Edge Cabins
One mile from the North East Gate of Yellowstone National Park
(406) 838-2371)
Open year round, affordable prices with all cabins equipped with down comforters, kitchenettes, and bathrooms with showers.


Rainbow Ranch Lodge
42950 Gallatin Rd.
Gallatin Gateway, MT
(406) 995-4132
reservations@rainbowranchbigsky.com
A luxurioystwenty-one room hotel and gourmet restaurant located on the banks of the Gallatin River in Big Sky, Montana.

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