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Yellowstone in Winter

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January 25 to February 1, 2022

Travel by heated snowcoach to park roads that are normally closed in winter, explore the winter landscape by snowshoe, or sink into the natural hot springs of Mammoth—or all three.

Thermal thrills. Watch the “snow show” as Old Faithful’s superheated water erupts into the frosty air, and traverse the boardwalks around the largest concentration of geysers in the world and the starkly beautiful, ice-shrouded “ghost trees.” Quiet grandeur. View Yellowstone National Park as few people ever do—in the hush of ­­­­­winter, when bison shovel snow with their heads to get to the grass below, and elk, bighorn sheep and elusive gray wolves are silhouetted against the pristine white landscapes.

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$8,995 per person, double occupancy


Elizabeth Hadly

Elizabeth Hadly is the faculty director of Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve and a professor of biology and of geological and environmental sciences at Stanford University.

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