january, 2025

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A photographer’s delight, Yellowstone National Park in Winter!

Winter in Yellowstone means fewer crowds, cold temperatures, steaming geyser basins, and closed roads. But that’s OK! We travel by private snow coach through this quiet, pristine wilderness with only six guests and one pro from Muench Workshops. You’ll always be able to get out of our vehicle quickly and efficiently when seconds count. Sometimes we even shoot from inside our vehicle, where you always have your own window seat. You will have plenty of room for you, plus your winter and photo gear.

Our photo targets are many! We spend time with groups of bison and sometimes a single bison. Each day, the winter conditions can change the look and behavior of these giant mammals, and you will learn to shoot “snowy” bison, “frosty” bison, and even “frozen” bison. Other mammals may include moose, bighorn sheep, mountain goats, pronghorn, and elk. There are also predators in the park. Coyotes are usually found and photographed well, as is the red fox. Somewhat more difficult to find and capture on camera, and requiring a bit of luck, are Yellowstone’s wolves, bobcats, and the tiny long-tailed weasel. We hope to photograph otters, ducks, swans, and other birds in the rivers.

Time

january 23 (Thursday) - 30 (Thursday) MST

Location

Yellowstone National Park

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