We missed our annual Fall trip to GTNP so we decided at the last moment to go for a four day weekend. We have never been in the park in November but saw a window of clear weather and took off. The upside of the trip was our lodging was half price and many of the restaurants were BOGO. The downside was several of our favorite restaurants were closed between the Fall and ski season to do repairs etc.
The weather was beautiful in the 60's with clear blue skies and no precipitation. The downside no clouds for scenic shooting. The Moose were out in the sage flats and stayed out for a good part of the morning. We counted 17 bulls in one morning so the moose shooting was great. We also saw elk, buffalo, mule deer and several species of smaller animals and birds. We took a quick trip up to Yellowstone but the wildlife viewing was not that great. We missed the Grizzly sightings by two days which was a bummer but over all it was a great trip. How can you go wrong in such a beautiful place.