Yellowstone National Park is an incredibly magical place to visit year-round. In the wintertime, you can partake in snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. It’s an exhilarating way to experience the wildlife and the pristine snow-covered, undisturbed landscape. In the spring, you will find bears, elk, wolves, and bison coming alive as winter melts away. It’s the time of year to witness mothers and their young and a colorful array of blossoming flowers. The crowds are still low this time of year, making it ideal for up-close observations of wildlife. Safe encounters are essential, so make sure to follow the rule of staying two buses away from bison and elk while staying eight bus lengths away from predators, like bears and wolves. Yellowstone National Park will start phased open for springtime Mid-April. So, contact your travel advisor to help you plan your upcoming Yellowstone adventure soon!