If you want to experience the best of Jackson Hole in the winter then this is the wildlife safari tour for you! Your day will begin with a light breakfast before heading off into the National Elk Refuge and Grand Teton National Park in search of the area’s abundant wintering wildlife. Thousands of mule deer, elk, moose, big horn sheep and bison migrate into the valley in search of food each year along with coyotes, fox, bald and golden eagles, swans, and even packs of wolves. This gathering of wintering wildlife makes winter one of the best times to view wildlife in Jackson Hole!
After a full morning with the animals we will head to the National Museum of Wildlife Art where we can gain inspiration from one of the best collections of wildlife art in the world before enjoying lunch at a local Jackson Hole eatery. After lunch we will take a horse drawn sleigh through the National Elk Refuge into the middle of the largest wild elk herd in North America (Sleigh ride available in season only - mid-December to late March most years).