Grand Teton National Park Winter Tours – Jackson Hole 2017-07-16T14:12:31+00:00

GRAND TETON PARK WINTER TOURS

Step into a winter wonderland on a full-day or half-day private winter tour of Jackson Hole, Grand Teton National Park, and the National Elk Refuge.

Explore frozen lakes in a beautiful valley buried under 400 inches of snow. With our fun and knowledgeable wildlife guides, you will learn how humans and wildlife have adapted to survive during the five months of Jackson Hole winter. Wildlife often seen on tours include fox, wolves, weasels, bison, moose, elk, eagles, trumpeter swans, and big horn sheep.

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Full-Day Private Grand Teton Winter Tour- Sleigh Ride included!

Duration: 8 hours

Pick up time: 7- 8am

Cost: $500 (1-2 guests), $150 each additional guest up to 7.

 Includes nontaxable guided tour, nontaxable Sleigh ride, and taxable lunch/snacks/beverages at $25pp inclusive of 6% sales tax.

Included: Hotel pick up, light breakfast, beverages, hot lunch, National Elk Refuge sleigh ride, quality optics and hands-on learning materials. Customized to your interests!

We get within a few feet of the largest North American Elk herd (more than 7,000 animals), and much more. Route varies due to group interests, road closures, and animal migration. Don’t forget your camera! Please dress appropriately for short outdoor winter adventures.

 

Not Included: Park Entrance Fees & Guide Gratuity (Suggested 10-15%)

Half-Day Private Grand Teton Winter Tour

Morning/Sunrise or Afternoon/Sunset

Duration: 4-5 hrs.

Pick up times: 7-8am & 2-3pm

Cost: $350 (1-2 guests), $100 each additional guest up to 7.

 Includes nontaxable guided tour, and taxable snacks/beverages at $5pp inclusive of 6% sales tax.

Included: Hotel pick up, morning light breakfast or afternoon snacks, beverages, quality optics and hands-on learning materials. Customized to your interests.

 

Not Included: Park Entrance Fees & Guide Gratuity (Suggested 10-15%)

Route varies due to group interests, road closures, and animal migration. Please dress appropriately for short outdoor winter adventures. Don’t forget your camera!