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Yellowstone Winter Snowcoach Tours - Worth It?

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Taking our first winter trip to Yellowstone in January - we are considering signing up for the snowcoach tour from West Yellowstone to the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. It's an all-day excursion, of course, and I'm not finding much feedback about it online.

If anybody has done this, I'd love to hear about it.

On a side note, we will also be taking a snowcoach to Old Faithful that week and spending 2 nights at the Snow Lodge. So we would not be our only chance to experience the snowcoach. Will we see much wildlife?

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