NOTE: This offer has expired. For more information on extreme trips, visit Off the Beaten Path.
This winter you can join noted ski guide Jonathan Wiesel
on a cross-country ski tour of Yellowstone National Park.
On the trip, created and led by Off the Beaten Path, a travel
company specializing in the American West, you'll
go where the skiing and wildlife-watching are
bestfollowing wolf and elk tracks, listening for coyotes'
howls, and traversing untracked meadows and thick forests.
It's an opportunity to share an exciting experience with
like-minded trekkers who read ADVENTURE. We hope
we'll be able to point you in the direction of many more
such events in the future.
To sign up for the trip, e-mail Off the Beaten Path, at
firstname.lastname@example.org, with the answer to the following
question: How many wolves were reintroduced into
Yellowstone National Park in 1995 and 1996 after a 70-year
absence? (Hint: You can find the answer in "Yellowstone's
Subzero Highs" in the January/February 2000 issue of
ADVENTURE.) Hurry! Space is limited.
Off the Beaten Path will e-mail you by January 31, 2000, if
you are chosen.
Sunday, February 20, 2000
Meeting place: Bozeman, Montana
Level of Difficulty
Off the Beaten Path Provides
Expert guiding, transportation between Bozeman and Yellowstone, snacks
Transportation to and from Bozeman, ski gear, picnic lunch