Grand Teton and Yellowstone Winter Long Weekend Photo Workshop
The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is a big place, encompassing some 20 million acres across three states. It would take a lifetime to see and do all that this incredible place has to offer, but we can introduce you to Grand Teton and Yellowstone on a long weekend.
With photo workshops in the Tetons and a private snowcoach to Yellowstone’s interior you will get a great taste of all that this amazing place offers.
On this photo tour you will see elk, bighorn sheep, bison, moose, eagles, landscapes and more. We will teach you how to photograph in the snow and take you to look for wolves.
Sample 4 Day/3 Night Itinerary:
Day One: We start in Jackson at around noon at either your previous night’s lodging or the Jackson airport. We take a photography tour in the afternoon, enjoying a welcome dinner at a local restaurant before enjoying a Lightroom tutorial and getting a good night’s sleep. D, Lodging
Day Two: We spend the morning on a photo workshop of Grand Teton and the National Elk Refuge. We check out of our lodging, grab lunch in Jackson and head to West Yellowstone. After checking into our lodging in West Yellowstone we wander up the Madison Valley looking for bighorn sheep, elk and eagles. Dinner in West Yellowstone is followed by a Lightroom tutorial. B, L, D, Lodging
Day Three: We board a private snowcoach and head into Yellowstone National Park along the Madison River. Moose, bison, eagles, coyotes and wolves are all possible. From Madison Junction we head to either Old Faithful or the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. After a full day in Yellowstone National Park we return to West Yellowstone for dinner and more Lightroom instruction. B, L, D, Lodging
Day Four: We visit the Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center in West Yellowstone before heading back to Jackson. We stop for lunch in Ashton and drop you off at your lodging in the afternoon. B, L
This photo tour begins and ends in Jackson. Contact us to talk about any modifications you would like to make.