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Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter

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Tobydobe

LOVED Yellowstone in winter

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Travel Date: February 2018

What a wonderland. You see so much more in winter. On the north loop there are steam vents everywhere. "So what" you say. The wild animals come to the vents to get grass easier and get warm. NO CROWDS at the famous, popular sites. Walk right up to Old Faithful. No struggling with vantage points to take pictures, especially at small vantage points.

Most Memorable Moment:

Yellowstone itself. Absolutely magnificent in winter. The cold was a normal winter, which means warmer than normal for the park. Temps basically in teens and low 20's. But wind was fierce at times. Just dress for it. Trumpeter Swans which you never hear about when talking about the animals. That was a great surprise.

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JulieSilbermann

Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2018

Fantastic opportunity to see Yellowstone in the winter. Beautiful scenery, good activities and great accommodations.

Most Memorable Moment:

Hiking the geyser basin at Old Faithful.

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NancyJB

Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: January 2018

What an amazing trip. Everything I expected and more. Yellowstone is an fascinating place, but the winter is like nothing I have experienced before. So different from a late summer visit. No human crowds but plenty of wildlife. The park covered in pure white snow is breathtaking.

Most Memorable Moment:

The thermal features are so different in the winter. You get to see where the snow doesn't accumulate in areas of the parking lots or roads because the ground is too warm. Really makes you think about what's happening beneath your feet.

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margaret p

Awesome Trip!

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Travel Date: January 2018

Our first trip with Tauck and it was amazing! Accommodations, tour director and tour guides were top-notch. All transfers and logistics were smooth as silk. We saw bison, a red fox, several coyotes and lots more. Watched Old Faithful erupt multiple times. Loved the painted pots and surreal landscapes. Learned so much Park history.

Most Memorable Moment:

Seeing a group of 8 wolves who had made a kill the previous day and were still on site. Most were resting, but one was still eating. They were quite far away, but our driver had a spotting scope that put them up close & personal! It was a magical "holy grail" moment!

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jspolles

Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: January 2018

This trip was fantastic: typical Tauck. Yellowstone in the winter is unique and magical. With the precision of a ballet Tauck shepherded us around to see all the major sites without overloading us. This perfect pacing was aided by scheduled optional activities. We ended with our final reception held in a unique venue --- a hallmark of Tauck.

Most Memorable Moment:

The farewell reception/dinner with all of our new friends --- time for reflection, for laughter, for sharing a glass and saying goodbye.

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nordkin

Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2017

Great experience. From the hot springs at Chico Hot Springs to the drives through Yellowstone in the snow coaches. The beauty and serenity of Yellowstone in winter can not be described with words. The literature sent before the trip should have made it very clear that ice cleats are a must have on this trip. Ice and packed snow are everywhere.

Most Memorable Moment:

A hike we took around Old Faithful with four other travelers instead of snow shoeing with the group. We saw geo-thermal formations up close and shared the beauty with each other. Nothing like having to stop because a bison is blocking your path.

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MJMaxfield

Great Winter Trip

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Travel Date: January 2017

Great stay at Chico Springs and snowshoeing. It started snowing the day of the trip and continued through the whole trip -- making it a truly winter wonderland. The bison are magnificent and we saw a lot of them - up very close throughout Yellowstone. Painted pots, hot springs all incredible. Dogsledding in Jackson Hole a blast.

Most Memorable Moment:

So many wonderful times -- scenery, hot springs -- dog sledding. Loved the small group -- made it so easy to get to know everyone. Lodges/hotels really nice and comfortable.

TAUCK RESPONSE

We are so glad you enjoyed your Winter in Yellowstone journey! It is such a different experience from seeing the park in the summer - both are magnificent, but they are very different from each other.

-The Tauck Guest Relations Team

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Robert and Mary from Maryland

Winter Wonderland

 

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Travel Date: January 2017

Exciting trip! We swam at Chico Hot Springs, went dog sledding,and snowshoeing. Yellowstone was magnificent and we loved seeing the bison, Old Faithful, and the thermal features. A snow coach took us to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone with many wildlife sightings. Jackson Hole was a perfect last stop. Our Tour Director was excellent.

Most Memorable Moment:

We will never forget dog sledding at Chico Hot Springs and snowshoeing through the woods at Yellowstone!

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KBarber

Yellowstone was definitely a Winter wonderland!

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Travel Date: January 2017

The trip was amazing from the moment we were picked up in Bozeman to the second before our flight left Jackson Hole. Exploring our favorite park in the snow was like entering a cathedral. We saw animals, snowshoed, had many special moments in both Yellowstone and the Tetons. Hotels were amazing and my only complaint was the vehicles they used in YP

Most Memorable Moment:

Several memorable moments; the hot springs at Chico, snowshoeing in Yellowstone, the bison, the sleigh ride in the Elk Preserve and the hosted event at the National wildlife Art Museum in the Tetons.

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Kay D

Yellowstone Wonderland!

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Travel Date: February 2016

Yellowstone in winter is truly a magical place. We were lucky with cool weather and sun most of the time. We had some fresh snow which added to the beauty. The trip covers all the highlights of Yellowstone, from Lamar Valley and all the animals to Old Faithful geyser and the many other thermal features. The Tetons are breathtaking.

Most Memorable Moment:

Lamar Valley was spectacular, from the abundance of animals to the landscape. Meeting and seeing the work of Bob Landis and Dan Latham made it even more meaningful.

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Steve Davis

Yellow Stone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2016

We loved the winter trip to Yellowstone. What a wonderful experience; Yellowstone is beautiful in winter. We saw more wildlife than we had in the summer. As with other Tauck trips, everything went smoothly.

Most Memorable Moment:

Waking up to find a herd of Bison sleeping under our window.

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fritz

Wonderland Yellowstone in winter

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Travel Date: February 2016

Yellowstone in the winter was a fabulous trip, a small group, wonderful white landscape and very quiet surroundings. The animals were very close, we spotted 4 wolfs, 6 coyotes, 4 foxes lots of Bison and Elks. Due to very few visitors we could see "Old Faithful" pumping water 150 feet high.Once in a lifetime experience.

Most Memorable Moment:

Probably when we spotted the wolfs.

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Ptm

Winter in Yellowstone is spectacular

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Travel Date: January 2016

This was our 3rd Tauck tour and every one has exceeded our expectations. The beauty of Yellowstone in winter defies description. Our tour director, and every one of the experts who guided us through this trip, were outstanding. The wolf expert from the Yellowstone association was phenomenal.

Most Memorable Moment:

Seeing the Mollie wolf pack up on a ridge line in Lamar valley was special but snowshoeing in the woods behind Old Faithful was incredibly beautiful.

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Susan VM

Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2015

The winter landscape in Yellowstone has a beauty all of it's own. With much fewer tourists from the hectic summer crowds in the park, wintertime in Yellowstone is almost surreal.

Most Memorable Moment:

Hands down, the dog sledding experience just outside Jackson, Wyoming takes top honors for the most memorable experience.

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Michael P Albert

First Trip

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Travel Date: February 2015

First trip Beyond expectation G-d willing, the first of many.

Most Memorable Moment:

Arriving at the airport to leave and realizing how truely fortunate I was to have been on the trip.

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GoPackers

Winter Wonderland - Yellowstone

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Travel Date: January 2015

WOW! The scenery and the amount of animals we saw were amazing. We had unseasonably warm weather, making going outside a joy. Viewing Old Faithful eruptions weren't crowded like they are in the summer.

Most Memorable Moment:

Looking out the window of our hotel in Yellowstone and seeing buffalo grazing right outside our window.

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Travelcat

Magical Yellowstone

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Travel Date: January 2015

Luck gave us good weather and a pleasant small group; Tauck gave us a terrific itinerary and the extraordinary [Employee Name] as our superb Tour Director. Yellowstone in winter is magical: the colors and waters of the thermal features are enhanced by freezing air and snow, trees glitter, animals outnumber tourists. One of the best trips ever.

Most Memorable Moment:

So many . . . the snow at twilight, seeing Old Faithful by ourselves, the snow-shoe trek, dinner and tour at the National Wildlife Museum . . .

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Ckiser

Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: January 2015

The accommodations are always the best available, and I love the care and attention I receive as a single traveler. This trip exceeded my expectations! I loved exploring Yellowstone in over-the-snow vehicles; I loved learning to snowshoe; I loved the scenic views in the caldera, the wildlife, a congenial group and great dinners. Wonderful!

Most Memorable Moment:

Viewing the many species of wildlife was the most memorable. I hold a special place in my heart for the BISON, and a closeup view of a beautiful solitary grazer brushing the snow from side to side with his massive head to graze on nearly desicated brush. They are magnificent animals and true survivors. Also elk, wolves, bighorn sheep, moose etc

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Riverland

Winter in Yellowstone

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Travel Date: January 2015

This was a nine day trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton in January. Our tour guide Jim could not have been more knowledgeable nor accommodating. Believe it or not, toe warmers actually work! I would suggest to make the National Elk Refuge optional depending upon the weather.

Most Memorable Moment:

Snowshoeing in Yellowstone with the snow coming down around you was great!

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jwriter

Spectacular Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: January 2015

Yellowstone, one of the most beautiful places on earth, is even more spectacular in winter. Peaceful. Quiet. We saw eagles, otters, elk, big horn sheep, bison and more--without traffic and crowds of humans. The landscape is stunning. We went snow shoeing, had a sleigh ride among 100s of elk. Got great photos. One of our best, most memorable trips.

Most Memorable Moment:

Literally 300+ bison surrounded our snow coaches, migrating on the only road through Hayden Valley. We inched along for an hour with the great beasts. Suddenly they exited into a meadow. Amazing. Also:Old Faithful with only 8 people there. Live mini cam monitors the scene. I texted family in Jamaica, NY & Boston who saw us wave, shared the moment.

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Andredww

Winter Wonderland

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Travel Date: February 2014

Very well balanced itinerary, essentially (in the park) one day focused on wildlife, one on geothermal features and one on views/scenery. Visits/excursions and guides all very well chosen, cannot recommend highly enough.

Most Memorable Moment:

watching an otter feed on the opposite river bank

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jobrien

Winter Wonderland Indeed!

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Travel Date: February 2014

This trip was everything my wife and I had hoped it would be. Chico Hot Springs was a great place to start. The wild wonders of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks were amazing---more so because of all the snow, cold temperatures (which made the thermal features even more impressive), and the absence of crowds.

Most Memorable Moment:

There were two: (1) Seeing a HUGE bull elk silhouetted against the sky on a ridgeline just above us and (2) Seeing a lone coyote gorging on a recently killed big-horn ram while keeping constant watch for wolves who could easily run him off. [Note: We have no idea how the ram was killed. No way for the coyote to have done it him/herself.]

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Shox70

Wonderland: Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2014

This was my first Tauck tour, & it surpassed my expectations! Our tour director was extremely knowledgeable, personable, & ready to assist us anytime. The drivers & guides were also experts in their fields. My tour companions were exceptional! The beautiful pristine mounds of snow covering everything & the wildlife sightings were amazing!

Most Memorable Moment:

The first sighting of 3 wolves! Elk, snowy-faced bison, coyote, moose, pronghorn antelope, bighorn sheep, mule deer, swans, American dippers, several kinds of ducks, eagles - all in their natural habitat - was so memorable! The silence & beauty, the natural attractions, & the sheer vastness of the park will remain with me the rest of my life!

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SAllen

Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: February 2014

We loved it! What an adventure! Great! Interesting programs, trips and people. The rides in the Bombardiers were amazing! Not for the faint of heart! Our tour director was also terrific!

Most Memorable Moment:

Walking at Old Faithful. It was snowing, and blowing a gale! I was totally alone with the thermals! I literally saw less than 5 people! Walked about 5 miles up and back to Biscuit Basin. It was magical!

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Nick of Skara Brae

Yellowstone in Winter

 

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Travel Date: January 2014

Yellowstone in summer and winter are two different parks. Imagine traveling for hours without seeing another park visitor. Only Antarctica compares. Wildlife was intensely engaged in survival, as the odds often changed daily.

Most Memorable Moment:

The winter landscape that changed around each bend in the road; encountering a mother bison trying to keep her wounded calf safe from predators.

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EDebbas

WINTER IN YELLOWSTONE

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Travel Date: January 2014

WELL ORGANIZED AND THE VERY BEST TIME TO VISIT YELLOWSTONE

Most Memorable Moment:

THERE WERE TOO MANY

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snoopy

Winter in Yellowstone

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Travel Date: January 2014

Our trip was fantastic! Not only was winter in Yellowstone magical with the lack of crowds and covered in snow, but we had amazing weather. I loved the snowshoeing and learning about the wildlife. All the special "insider" programs were very special.

Most Memorable Moment:

Seeing two wolves playing in the snow

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hudhat123

Yellowstone in Winter - Fantastic Tour

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Travel Date: February 2013

As I have found out in our previous two Tauck trips, the tour itinerary, tour guide, accommodations and Tauck's loyal tour participants were just so awesome for this wonderful National Park and to be there in the beauty of Winter with all the animals roaming around the hot springs, geysers and warming areas was so truly amazing. We'll go again.

Most Memorable Moment:

While walking along the snow covered boardwalk at Fountain Paint Pots a beautiful, healthy Coyote walked within 20 feet of us, obviously searching for something to eat and keeping warm on this tundra type landscape. A second moment occurred when we were on a snow shoe hike and a Bald Eagle flew right past us following the Firehole River.

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seneca208

Breath-taking look at Yellowstone

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Travel Date: February 2013

I found the trip wonderful! The accomodations were very good but were not the main part of the trip for me. We had great wildlife viewing...seeing a pack of wolves, moose, coyotes, and the ever-present bison on our first day at Mammoth. Seeing that part of the world in winter, having it snow almost every day, was the best!

Most Memorable Moment:

Seeing that pack of wolves, if I have to pick one. Loved snow-shoeing too.

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CTLord

Winter wonderland

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Travel Date: February 2013

Spectacular trip and the Tauck Director was very careful to make sure everyone enjoyed themselves. We would recommend this trip to anyone interested in seeing Yellowstone in a totally different way.

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DickW

Great tour, great tour director

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Travel Date: February 2013

This was our first Tauck Tour. My mother and stepfather had been on a few tours in the 1980s and loved them. Randy was an outstanding tour director, informative, but not overbearing. He really kept things interesting and made sure we were enjoying our culturious experience. Highly recommend this tour.

Most Memorable Moment:

Enjoying the wildlife and listening to the different experts give lectures on various aspects of both Yellowstone Park and the wildlife there

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jim.wilson1

Yellowstone In Winter

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Travel Date: February 2013

Delightful Trip; Jim [Employee Name] is an outstanding guide. The Park & arrangements all worked well together: talks from expert wildlife photographers; great weather; good, interested & interesting daily guides. But, would be good if hot water at Mammoth were fixed, and NEVER pack 8 in a Bombadier for day-long tours. Looking forward to next trip

Most Memorable Moment:

Close encounters with wild life.

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nanjeanone@aol.com

Unforgettable

 

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Travel Date: February 2013

The trip was terrific, well planned and well led by Jim. He took the time to get to know each of us and still share his knowledge, humor and passion for this trip. Our accomodations and travel vehicles varied with the place and activity; all were as they should have been on this trip. We met a great group of people and loved every day.

Most Memorable Moment:

too many to limit it to one. animal sightings, mountains, water falls

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J of Grey Cottage

Wonderland Without Alice

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Travel Date: January 2013

Though there is room for improvement, this second-year tour is already outstanding. The setting is incomparable. Our tour director was exceptional: a naturalist, certified mountaineer, knowledgeable photographer. The food was better than expected in national parks. Only the first hotel seriously disappointed the group. Highly recommended overall!

Most Memorable Moment:

Most memorable was the morning we watched and photographed three bighorn sheep from a distance of about 30 feet. Everyone maintained a strict silence, so we could even hear the munching of the feeding rams and the crunching as they walked through the snow. Close runners-up: meeting and viewing the work of Dan [Employee Name] and Bob Landis; snows

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dwsjts

Yellowstone in Winter

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Travel Date: January 2013

Adventure awaits you on Tauck trips. This trip was our 5th. I'm not fond of the cold. To my surprise temps were moderate for winter in Yellowstone - instead of enduring the cold,I relished the brisk but not frigid weather. The animals, scenery and modes of transportation thru the park were amazing and NO CROWDS. Wonderful perspective of the park.

Most Memorable Moment:

Most memorable - when the bombardier we were in was going in one direction and a herd of bison was approaching us head-on. Bison are huge and can run very fast - the young woman driving our vehicle parked calmly to the side of the road and quietly said "this hasn't happened to me before". The bison passed and we continued on. Whew!

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Portolan

Heh, it is Yellowstone in winter!

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Travel Date: January 2013

Our second visit to Yellowstone in winter (first with Tauck). What's it like in winter? A few hundred visitors spread over thousands of square miles with hundreds of thousands of bison, elk, coyotes, wolves, otters, and bald eagles versus the summer with hundreds of thousands of tourists and less exposure to the wildlife. Cold? Sure, dress for it!

Most Memorable Moment:

Watching Old Faithful erupt over a snow-covered landscape populated with Bison and only a handful of people. The scene is awe-inspiring!

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Paree

Winter in Yellowstone Important feedback

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Travel Date: January 2013

Tauck starts to feel less exclusive. This was our 8th with them. Now we crowd 24 adults with bulky winter clothes, daypacks, cameras, bino's etc. into school bus designed for 24 kids. Other transport similar. Trip NOT active. Any real activity at extra charge, not available and/or required whole day commitment. Guide not nurturing anymore.

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Hard to say. Meals were so so. (3 uninspiring boxed meals, restaurant meals forgettable). Blew through Hayden Valley with no mention of potential for wildlife. Min wildlife seen. Elk refuge a smokescreen (research it)and our visit felt staged. Trip review handed to guide and cannot be sealed as was case in the past! How can you be candid?

TAUCK RESPONSE

Thank you for taking the time to give us your feedback. The purpose of our Culturious Brand is to provide a more in-depth and active experience for our guests. We're sorry that this particular journey fell below your expectations across the board. The Manager who is responsible for this journey will be contacting you directly to discuss these issues in more detail.

-The Tauck Guest Relations Team

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Kristin Davidson

Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons

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Travel Date: February 2012

The winter scenery was breathtaking. It was a wonderful experience to watch for wolves, have bison surround the snow coach, see the National Elk Refuge, and catch sight of eagles and trumpeter swans. The thermal activity was fascinating too. Once you've experience the quiet magic of winter, you won't want to deal with summer crowds.

Most Memorable Moment:

Herds of bison on the roads and in the meadows and the first sight of the Grand Tetons.

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Julee

Yellowstone in winter --breathtaking!

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Travel Date: February 2012

Just returned from a magical Yellowstone winter with a diverse, interesting group. Weather perfect, cold with light snow flurries. Had to pace ourselves in the higher altitudes but the itinerary allowed ample time to "catch our breath"--our breath taken away by the astounding vistas. Learned much from expert lecturers & guides. Great adventure!

Most Memorable Moment:

It was almost spiritual watching Old Faithful erupt at dawn witnessed by only the two of us and the bison. Will never forget the snowshoeing during a light snowfall; the slow drive on a snow covered road amidst a herd of bison; the sleigh ride so close to the elk that we could almost touch them. The lack of crowds; Yellowstone was all ours!

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OnePerYear

A Great Experience !!!

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Travel Date: February 2012

This was our 18th Tauck Tour so we are sold on Tauck. This one was unique - Yellowstone in the Winter. Didn't know exactly what to expect - but got everything we could have hoped for.

Most Memorable Moment:

Snow shoeing in Jackson was great!!! A new experience for us and one that we will remember.

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Cjebens

Winter in Wonderland

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Travel Date: January 2012

This was an amazing trip. Never being to Yellowstone National Park, we were really interested in going in the winter. Less crowds and a chance to see sights that summer time visitors aren't able to see. We loved it! Saw all the animals, except bears. Tauck really knows how to give their clients the best of the best.

Most Memorable Moment:

Seeing hundreds of animals in their own elements and not in a cage at a zoo.

TAUCK RESPONSE

So happy you enjoyed your trip and we hope to see you again soon!

-The Tauck Guest Relations Team

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skipholly

winter in yellowstone

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Travel Date: January 2012

The trip was perfect. I can't say enough, so will just say it was perfect in every way. This was a first with us in going with Tauck and a first for Tauck at Yellowstone in the winter. Well planned and well executed. We will most certainly go with Tauck on our next trip.

Most Memorable Moment:

It would be pretty hard for any part of Yellowstone or the Tetons to outshine any other part. The whole trip was our most memorable mement.

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hal1st@aol.com

winter wonderland

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Travel Date: January 2012

It was a wonderful experience. I thought the small tour (22 people) was the way to go. It was not a hassle to get on the bus or other transports that we had. The Wort Hotel was perfection. I understand the others was less of a choice, however I do believe Tauck should have picked up the fee of the robe in Chico Lodge and the wifi.

Most Memorable Moment:

Taking the snow shoeing walk at the base of the Tetons and walking along the geysers at Old Faithful Inn. The opening night was good and the last evening at the museum was absolutely Great. The bus rides were too long.

TAUCK RESPONSE

We truly appreciate your taking time to tell us about your trip. We're also sorry that you felt some of the coach rides were too long and realize that they can be a bit demanding; Covering a wide variety of locations within a single trip is a challenge, but one that we hope our guests will find acceptable to achieve a comprehensive experience. Rest assured your feedback will be shared with our product managers.

-The Tauck Guest Relations Team

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