Yellowstone is the worlds first national park established in 1872. When Yellowstone was established it was meant to protect the numerous thermal features found with in the area. Yellowstone was an incredible discovery we now know that there are over 10,000 thermal features. Because this vast untouched wilderness was set aside and protected for its thermal features, all the wildlife, the lakes and rivers, forests, and every other natural feature located in this now 2.2 million acre National Park was protected in the same manner. Yellowstone is one of a kind, it was set aside “for the enjoyment and benefit of the people” and is beckoning to be explored.
Spend more time out of your car! Our Yellowstone Explorer Series is great for families who what to spend more time in nature and less time driving. Take a deeper look into the life of animals, get onto the trails, and dive into Yellowstone's hot springs. Although we wont be diving into any actual hot springs these tours give you a closer look at what Yellowstone really offers.
Just looking to get out and relax for a day? Come and explore some of the 5 rivers (headwaters of 3), 4 waterfalls, mountain ranges, calderas, state parks, and other sites that the area around Island Park has to offer. Beyond the scenic destinations you will have the opportunity to look for many of the same wild animals that you may encounter in Yellowstone National Park.
Stunning views and wildlife, you will see both on this Teton tour. Everywhere you look the Teton and Gross Venture mountain range provide a stunning backdrop. Beyond the staggering views wildlife is abundant look for moose, elk, deer, bison, pronghorn, bears, and other animals that are abundant in Grand Teton National Park.
This is a great way to get a better handle on you camera, learn how to photograph wildlife and landscape, add some great images to your portfolio, or get critiques as you shoot. This workshop will be completely tailored to what you are looking for or what you need to learn. Book today or call me to get more details on how I can help you.
Winter is a magical time of year to be in Yellowstone and one of the best time to see wolves. With the cold temperatures in Yellowstone many of the animals they not be as visible in the summer become active. Foxes, coyotes, moose, elk, bison, otters, big horn sheep, and pronghorn may be just a couple of the species you see on this tour. (No animal is guaranteed, except maybe bison.)
Starting to plan our first winter trip to Yellowstone in Jan/Feb 2019. I enjoy your work but especially your winter Yellowstone shots! I'd love to look over your shoulder
Andrew Odor,East Idaho Tours
Shearon Battles,Photography Tours