EcoTour Reports

Yellowstone National Park, A Trip To Wonderland

It’s early summer in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks. A popular destination since its formation in 1872, Yellowstone was promoted in the early 1900's as a trip through “Wonderland” by the Northern Pacific Railroad, whose tracks were laid just north of the park. Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures Guide Laura Kruseski recently returned from a four day trip through Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, read on to hear about the tour! Read more

Jackson Hole Wildlife Log Early January 2017

Welcome to Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures Wildlife Log for the week of January 2nd-8th 2017. In each log we provide updates on the past week’s sightings from trips in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks! The Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is a dynamic environment, with wildlife constantly on the move and changing behaviors throughout the changing seasons, read on to learn more about the first week of 2017! Read more

Wildlife abounds in Fall Multiday

Fall is a period of peak wildlife activity in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks. Read on to learn more about a multi day experience with Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures. Read more

Committed to Conservation

At Jackson Hole Ecotour Adventures we feel fortunate to call the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem (GYE) our home and office. One of the most biologically rich temperate ecosystems on earth, the GYE is recognized as a World Biosphere Reserve by the United Nations. Conserving this place for the future is paramount to our mission as a company, and through our Dollars for Conservation program, we are proud to have donated over $50,000 dollars to local and national partners over the past eight years. Read on to learn more about our Conservation Partners working to keep the GYE wild! Read more

Unforgettable Winter Wildlife Safari in Yellowstone and Grand Teton

Winter in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks provides abundant wildlife viewing opportunities. Massive herds of elk and bison are found concentrated in the valley floors, while deer and bighorn sheep occupy the hillsides. Foxes, coyotes, and wolves become more visible as well, making winter one of the best times to view our wildlife beneath snow covered peaks. Read more