Witness Amazing Winter Wildlife: dawn or dusk (based on availability)
In just 4 hours in Jackson Hole we can see more wildlife and awe-inspiring scenery than you can imagine! With the National Elk Refuge just north of Jackson more than 6,000 elk will be residents over winter, of course attracting predators. Bighorn sheep wander down from the high country and can at last be seen, moose congregate in great numbers near rare patchy food sources. We know the tricks to get you up close and personal with wildlife. And our local guides have a deep knowledge of ecology, backcountry navigation, first aid, and are tied into a network of wildlife biologist, guides, photographers who all communicate to provide top experiences for all!
Jackson Hole 4-Hour Wildlife Safari (Summer OR Winter)
** Please Note: Price shown is for a private tour for first 2 people. **
Don’t see your preferred day? Call us to check availability – (307) 206 – 5277
GoJH offers exceptional four-hour excursions focused on wildlife, mountain scenery, and historic landmarks in Grand Teton National Park. Let our experienced local guides show you the absolute best this place has to offer in only half a day. This is the best tour for visitors who are short on time or budget but want to see the most of Grand Teton National Park. Offered dawn or dusk, year round.
- Enjoy possible wildlife sightings of elk, moose, bison, bald eagles, pronghorn, grizzly and black bear, wolves and so much more
- Witness the beautiful Grand Teton National Park Mountain range and landscape
- Learn about the human and natural history, and geology that has shaped Grand Teton National Park
- Tour will offer plenty of opportunities for picture taking
Elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn, bison, bighorn sheep, grizzly and black bear, and wolves can all be seen within the park boundaries. Grand Teton National Park is also a spring and summer birders paradise that includes bald and golden eagles, sandhill cranes, osprey, hawks, and owls. Species that can be viewed will change throughout the year due to different seasonal changes in Grand Teton National Park.
We make frequent stops to observe and photograph the various wildlife and landmark points of interest in Jackson Hole.