Our Grand Teton Dawn or Dusk tours are 4-hour guided tours centered on wildlife observation throughout Grand Teton National Park. Guests traveling between June-September on the public four-hour tour will be in our EXCLUSIVE BrushBuck Wildlife Tours Open-Air Safari Vehicle *weather dependent. In colder weather conditions tours will be an enclosed vehicle.
Our Grand Teton Winter Wonderland Day Tour includes a horse drawn sleigh ride on The National Elk Refuge. The National Elk Refuge is the wintering ground for thousands of elk that seek the low valley in order to better endure the harsh winter.
Our expert guides will take you and your party on a private tour focusing on the vast wildlife of Yellowstone National Park. Enjoy possible sightings of grizzly and black bear, wolves, elk, moose, bison, bald eagles, and so much more. We’ll make stops at The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone to view the Upper and Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River.
Take a day tour through the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park with BrushBuck Wild life Tours! You’ll spot various wildlife throughout the tour and walk the boardwalks at hydrothermal features such as Old Faithful Geyser, Fountain Paint-Pots and Mud-Pots, West Thumb Geyser Basin.
If you are looking to see the wolves of Yellowstone this tour is for you! On our 4 day / 3 night Yellowstone Wolf Tour we’ll travel into Yellowstone National Park from Bozeman, Montana to the northern range of Yellowstone when wolves were first reintroduced in 1995 – the best place on earth to view wolves! Guest will have the opportunity to see a variety of wildlife and attractions along the way. We’ll be communicating with other guides and wolf researchers to offer you the best wolf sightings!
WHAT’S YOUR PERFECT YELLOWSTONE EXPERIENCE?
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Type of Wildlife Can You See In Yellowstone?
Yellowstone National Park is home to a vast amount of wildlife including grizzly and black bear, wolves, elk, moose, bison, bald eagles, osprey, coyote, river otters and so much more. Animal species that can be viewed will change throughout the year due to different seasonal changes in Grand Teton National Park.
Grand Teton National Park is also a spring and summer birders paradise. You will have the opportunity to see bald and golden eagles, sandhill cranes, osprey, hawks, and owls.
What is the Best Time to Visit Yellowstone?
July and August are the most popular months to visit.
The best times to visit Yellowstone National Park are from April to May and between September and October. These shoulder months offer mild weather and fewer crowds.
It is hard to pass up the incredible winter experiences as well – especially when you can cruise through the park on a snowmobile or snow coach!
Can You Really See The Best of Yellowstone On A Single Day Tour?
That depends on your priorities! We offer many different day trip options to give you the exact adventure you are looking for – our day trips typically last between 10-12 hours and offer different areas/locations depending on the season.
For warmer months we suggest:
For winter months we suggest:
- Our extremely popular snowmobile day tours to either Old Faithful snowmobile tour or our wildlife and scenic waterfall snowmobile tour
- Snowcoach tour to Old Faithful
To truly experience all Yellowstone has to offer, we suggest checking out our multi-day tours!
What Precautions are Being Taken To Keep Guests Safe?
We enforce a strict safety protocol on all our tours to insure a fun and safe adventure:
- Cleaning and sanitizing vehicles after every tour
- Use of disposable items such as: tablecloths, paper plates and cups
- Operating vehicles at 50% capacity to provide a greater social distance for customers throughout the tour.
- Operating private tours so each group one family or travel group
- Guests will have availability to face masks and hand sanitizer throughout the tour