Winter in Yellowstone with Wild and Exposed
Tour will be limited to five people.
Based in Gardiner, MT
Join Jason Loftus and Ron Hayes from the Wild and Exposed Podcast on a winter photography workshop in Yellowstone. They have teamed up with Adam Brubaker of Tied To Nature to take you into the Northern Range of Yellowstone. Spend 4 days in and around Lamar Valley photographing the wildlife of Yellowstone. Target species will include wolves, coyotes, red foxes, bighorn sheep, and bison. Ron, Jason, and Adam will share their combined knowledge of photography, the ecosystem, and Yellowstone’s wildlife during this four day workshop.
February 6th – Check-in to the hotel followed by dinner and a meet and greet.
February 7th – Feb 9th – Full days in Yellowstone focusing on wildlife photography.
February 10th – Half day in Yellowstone focusing on Wildlife photography followed by a drop off in Gardiner, MT. Expect to finish the day by 1pm.
- DSLR camera with a 300mm lens
- Cold weather gear (dress in layers it will be cold, thermals, coat, glove, hat)
- Sturdy comfortable boots
- Tripod (even if you don’t typically use one this could save your hands from getting cold.)
This is primarily a wildlife photo workshop meaning the focus will be looking for and photographing wildlife. As wildlife is wild we do not guarantee any sighting and will take advantage of other photographic opportunities as needed. Typically you don’t have to travel too far from the road for good photographic opportunities but as circumstances arrive we may spend a little time hiking. You should be prepared to hike up to a mile one way over uneven terrain.
$1000 deposit is required at the time of booking, full payment is required 90 days out. Full amount is refundable up to 90 days before your workshop. Within 90 days of your workshop you forfeit the full amount unless you can fill your spot.
Custom tours can be arranged outside of these dates if interested. Please contact me at 208-351-5932.