NATIONAL PARKS

GREATER YELLOWSTONE

Yellowstone is the poster-child for America’s National Parks. Its wonders abound, from roaming packs of bison like something out of the Ice Age, to technicolor-ed geysers that explode with roaring streams of boiling water. Fun fact: over 60% of the world’s geysers are located in Yellowstone. And millions of visitors take a Yellowstone vacation each year to stare in wonderment at the football-field sized hot springs and geo-thermal activity. Although these bubbling pools of mud get a great deal of attention, Yellowstone’s wildlife and vast expanses of wilderness are not to be missed. Of all the places to see wildlife in the U.S., Yellowstone is one of the best. Along with the bison—Yellowstone’s unofficial mascot—wolf, elk, moose, grizzly and black bears, coyotes, eagles, bighorn sheep, osprey and an astounding array of bird life make their homes in Yellowstone.

Outside the park boundaries, the surrounding area is just as enticing. The small town of Jackson, or Jackson Hole as it’s sometimes called, is packed with history as a former outpost for Native Americans, pioneers and mountain men. Today, it’s a much-loved outdoors destination with top-notch accommodations. Further afield, “big sky country” reigns supreme with wildflower meadows, soaring mountains and glassy lakes in Western Montana. Plan a trip to Greater Yellowstone with us and we’ll have you in the thick of it: hiking, birding, fly fishing, horseback riding, rafting, hot air ballooning and mountain biking. There’s never a shortage of things to do on a Yellowstone family vacation, a honeymoon in Yellowstone or a group trip to Yellowstone.

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GREATER YELLOWSTONE HIGHLIGHTS

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK


YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK

We’re not surprised you have Yellowstone National Park on your travel bucket list. It definitely belongs there! Not only was Yellowstone National Park the first national park in the U.S., it also claims the title of the world’s first national park. Since 1872 it’s been setting the standard for national parks worldwide, wowing visitors with Old Faithful—its most laudable geyser—and quintessential landscape. Beyond Old Faithful, you’ll be sorry if you miss the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Lake Yellowstone, Lamar Valley, Mammoth Hot Springs, and slowing down to spot the 67 species of wildlife going about their business.

WHAT WE REVEAL
The best way to start your Yellowstone National Park vacation is with a full-day private tour to some of the iconic attractions—we guarantee you will learn, see and experience more with our guides than you could on your own. We’ll then arrange for special excursions that will suit your interests, be it wildlife viewing and/or birding, photography, fly fishing, river rafting or a hot-air balloon ascent at dawn. Yellowstone is a massive park, so our guides will get you ’out there’ so you can experience a part of the park in solitude. We recommend combining your Yellowstone National Park vacation with a visit to the Grand Teton National Park, and we can put together a customized itinerary to take in both parks.

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> Grand Teton National Park
> Jackson
> Western Montana

GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK


GRAND TETON NATIONAL PARK

The Grand Tetons rise straight up, with no foothills. They are jagged. They preside. Although the oldest rocks at the mountains’ tops are more than half the age of planet Earth, the range itself is geologically young. Its location on an active fault means that the mountains are always pushed skyward, like the eyes of those who behold them. Seven of the range’s peaks top 11,000 feet; Grand Teton itself stands at 13,770 feet.

There is so much to experience during your Grand Teton National Park vacation. In the valley below the Tetons is the lovely Snake River which, in the right seasons, is excellent for fly fishing, river rafting or river-floating. People share the valley with sandhill cranes, trumpeter swans, elk, pronghorn, bear and moose, all of which you can see and experience, if you know where to go. And the charming town of Jackson is nearby.

WHAT WE REVEAL
We arrange many Grand Teton National Park vacations – it’s one of the parks we know best – working closely with the best private guides in the area, who accompany you on the journey and take you on the best routes to see wildlife, always tailoring the trip to your needs and preferences. No trip to the Old West is complete without a horseback ride through the park, crossing beautiful meadows and spying on herds of buffalo and antelope as you journey from one spectacular view to the next. Or hit the water and canoe, kayak or paddle board on the Park’s crystal-clear lakes, or shoot the rapids in season down Snake River Canyon. If skiing is up your alley, we’ll put you up at the best lodge, and make sure you have all the time you want to ski to your heart’s contents. And we invite you to discover the charms of the local art and culinary scene in Jackson Hole, as well as its diverse shops and boutiques. With Yellowstone close by, we recommend combining it with your Grand Teton National Park vacation, and we can put together a customized itinerary to take in the best of both parks.

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> Yellowstone National Park
> Jackson
> Western Montana

JACKSON


JACKSON

Step through Jackson’s admired elk antler arches and you will be stepping into a small town previously populated by Native American tribes, famed mountain men and American pioneers, like David Jackson, whom the town is named after. Nestled in a western Wyoming valley, Jackson – also referred to as Jackson Hole – is your ideal destination for any and all outdoor activities you can imagine. From, winter skiing down the slopes of the neighboring Teton Mountains, to white water rafting down the thrilling waters of the Snake River, there is truly nothing you cannot do here.

WHAT WE REVEAL
As your guide to the popular town of Jackson and its surrounding areas, we will fill up your time in the valley with one captivating encounter after the other.

Ascend over 4,000 vertical feet as you ride the tram to the top of Rendezvous Mountain to take in the spectacular views from the peak (10,500’). For another remarkable view, overlook the National Elk Refuge on your private tour of the National Museum of Wildlife Art. The 25,000-acre refuge is home to the largest elk herd in the world, with a population of more than 14,000 elk! If time on the water is what you crave, let your guide lead you by paddle board around nearby String Lake. Or rent canoes or kayaks and paddle on Jenny Lake or Jackson Lake. The list is endless. And with us, you will witness the best of Jackson’s sublime scenery in style alongside our experts who love to show you their ‘hood.’

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> Grand Teton National Park
> Yellowstone National Park
> Western Montana

WESTERN MONTANA


WESTERN MONTANA

Outdoor enthusiasts agree: Western Montana is heavenly. A mecca for those seeking soaring mountains, vast clear lakes and untrammeled landscapes, Big Sky Country will inspire you to take a deep breath and slow down. Hike for miles past snow-fed streams and wildflower-strewn meadows, perhaps glimpsing a family of grizzlies munching on berries. Sail the calm waters of Flathead Lake. Hike the rugged terrain of Glacier National Park and drive the dramatic Going-to-the-Sun Road. With mountain-weary legs and a clear head, find your way into the region’s bustling communities, where you might sip a locally made brew as the sun goes down in Whitefish, or catch a Glacier Symphony and Chorale concert in Kalispell.

WHAT WE REVEAL
With all that Big Sky Country to take in, your Western Montana vacation will be most rewarding with a local expert guide. These are the folks who are head-over-heels for their hometowns and relish the opportunity to share all that rugged goodness. At Whitefish Lake, you’ll head out for a private sunset cruise on the Lady of the Lake with a local bottle of wine and snacks. You’ll tour Glacier National Park for the day, where, after rendezvousing with your private guide, you’ll seek resident wildlife, from moose to mountain goats to grizzlies, and drive over the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road past cascading waterfalls and retreating glaciers. Climb aboard the Sinopah, Glacier National Park’s oldest wooden boat and sail beneath Sinopah and Rising Wolf Mountains while learning about the area’s Blackfeet tribal history surrounding the Two Medicine area. And, not to be overlooked, we’ll take to Flathead Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake west of the Mississippi. Horseback ride along McDonald Creek, with a picnic lunch, before embarking on a whitewater-rafting adventure along the Middle Fork of the Flathead River. Try your luck fly-fishing with a dedicated guide, for both cutthroat and rainbow trout, all beneath a wide expanse of blue Montana sky.

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> Glacier National Park
> Yellowstone National Park

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