Grand Teton National Park: 8-Hour Willdlife & Snowshoe Tour


Get an authentic winter experience combining the wildness of Grand Teton National Park with the discovery of the ecology and wildlife that make it unique. Set out on a snowshoe adventure in the morning, then spot local wildlife via road in the afternoon.

About this activity

  • Free cancellation

    Cancel up to 24 hours in advance for a full refund

  • Duration

    8 hour


  • Highlights
    • Explore Grand Teton National Park on snowshoe in the morning
    • Discover the wildlife of Grand Teton National Park and the National Elk Refuge in the afternoon
    • Learn about the wildlife and amazing ecosystem from your knowledgeable guide throughout the day
    • Stay warm and energized with a variety of hot beverages and local organic snacks
    • Benefit from modern trekking shoes, trekking poles, high-quality binoculars, and spotting scopes
  • Full description
    Delight in a full-day expedition to Grand Teton National Park from Jackson. Spend the first half of the day adventuring via snowshoe in the park, then take a safari-style drive to discover the local wildlife in the afternoon. Throughout the day, benefit from the services of a naturalist guide who will lead discussions on topics of your interest and provide you with ample time to take photographs.

    Begin your day by meeting your guide in the town of Jackson to maximize your time in the park. After entering the national park, explore the back-country on snowshoes. Keep an eye out for animal tracks and signs, discuss topics like winter ecology and snow science, and be treated to a variety of high-quality snacks in the field.

    Then, head back to the car for lunch at a local resort or a restaurant before focusing on viewing wildlife in the afternoon. Sit back and relax in a fully outfitted safari-style rig with a guaranteed window seat for everyone. With the aid of high-quality binoculars...  more
  • Includes
    • A naturalist guide who is a certified Wilderness First Responder (an intensive 80-hour first aid certification)
      Modern snowshoes, trekking poles, and overboot gaiters
      Local organic snacks
      Hot and cold beverages
      High-quality binoculars and spotting scopes
      Pickup/drop-off at a convenient Jackson location
      A modern and comfortable safari-style vehicle equipped with winter studded snow tires
      Guaranteed window seat for everyone
      Visual aids to help with a hands-on learning approach
  • Exclude
    • Park entry fee
      Cold weather clothing