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What to Bring on Your Yellowstone Snow Coach Tour

a man standing on top of a snow covered car in a parking lot

One of the most common misconceptions about Yellowstone National Park is that far too many visitors assume that they can only see the park in winter if they snowmobile across the rugged terrain. While that is an option for avid adventurers, there’s also more comfortable and convenient options for those who prefer to sit back, relax and enjoy the ride.

At Scenic Safaris, we offer a full-day snow coach tour to the Old Faithful Geyser in Yellowstone National Park. While Old Faithful is the highlight of the tour, guests will also be able to get out and explore at a variety of other stops on this 12-hour experience. Other stops may include Moose Falls and Lewis Falls.

We recommend that you pack the following items for your snow coach tour:

Winter Gear

While traversing through Yellowstone National Park, you will be on a comfortable snow coach that can safely navigate the rugged terrain of the park in wintertime. However, there will be plenty of time for you to get off the coach and explore, so you will want to be safe and warm. Winter coats, hats, gloves, scarves and waterproof boots are essential.

Sun Protection

On sunny days in the winter months, the reflection of the white snow can be quite painful on the eyes. Sunscreen and sunglasses are still necessary, even during the winter.

Camera Equipment

There’s no shortage of amazing photo opportunities on this tour. Be sure to bring the camera equipment that you need in order to capture the best shots of the park in the winter season.

In addition to bringing these supplies with you on the tour, be prepared to experience the adventure of a lifetime. This tour is open to people of all ages, and our experienced guide will provide you with insight and information that you can’t find anywhere else.

Book your Yellowstone Snow Coach Tour today by contacting us at Scenic Safaris.