GRAND TETON AND YELLOWSTONE FALL PHOTO TOURS

ALL OF OUR PHOTO TOURS ARE PRIVATE TO YOUR GROUP OR FAMILY

As summer begins to fade, the leaves are already changing. Nature’s true panoply is on full display as the forest comes alive with color. Moose then elk rut. Grizzlies come out of the back country and are more commonly seen. As the colors fade so do the crowds. By early October Yellowstone’s interior can be almost empty on many days.

By late October moose are everywhere, elk are gathering themselves for their run to the low country while grizzly bears are frantically gathering any last minute calories they can find.

Bighorn sheep descend from the high country in November, settling into select locations in the Tetons and Yellowstone. Followed by wolves, elk gather in the valleys while moose graze in the sagebrush flats. The last grizzly bears usually saunter off to their dens by Thanksgiving.

We offer our custom private photography workshops throughout the fall. There is not a bad time of fall to be here. It just depends on your tastes. Our best time for fall colors and busiest time of year is about September 15 – 30 though the fall colors now persist in pockets through the first week in October.

The Tetons are superior to Yellowstone for fall colors and iconic landscape shots while Yellowstone and Grand Teton are both great for wildlife throughout the fall.

Snow begins falling on the Yellowstone plateau in earnest by around October 10 and travel within Yellowstone’s interior becomes intermittent and unreliable. The Grand Teton Loop (inside) and most of Yellowstone’s interior roads close the first week in November. This is arguably the best wildlife photography of the year.

We can put together any custom itinerary you desire during the fall. Contact us now or review our sample itineraries.

Fall Colors and Wildlife

An in depth winter exploration of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone

Autumn Grizzlies and Wildlife

An in depth winter exploration of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone

Moose, Elk and Bighorn Sheep

An in depth winter exploration of both Grand Teton and Yellowstone

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