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Half Day White-Water Raft Trip on the Yellowstone River

Half Day White-Water Raft Trip on the Yellowstone River - Gardiner, Montana

Duration: 3 hours
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$47.00

We start our Half-Day Yellowstone River Raft trips at the border of Yellowstone National Park (Gardiner, MT) and float north through the wild and rolling wave rapids of the "Gardiner Stretch". The Yellowstone is a great river for first time rafters, or families with small children. The historic Yellowstone River also provides a potential opportunity to view wildlife!

The Yellowstone is a wide and deep river with a large volume of water flowing through. Even in "low water" season (August, generally), the Yellowstone has great "hits" and waves. Our Half Day Paradise begins on the northern border of Yellowstone Park, right where the Gardner River converges with the mighty Yellowstone River ... More info ›

We start our Half-Day Yellowstone River Raft trips at the border of Yellowstone National Park (Gardiner, MT) and float north through the wild and rolling wave rapids of the "Gardiner Stretch". The Yellowstone is a great river for first time rafters, or families with small children. The historic Yellowstone River also provides a potential opportunity to view wildlife!

The Yellowstone is a wide and deep river with a large volume of water flowing through. Even in "low water" season (August, generally), the Yellowstone has great "hits" and waves. Our Half Day Paradise begins on the northern border of Yellowstone Park, right where the Gardner River converges with the mighty Yellowstone River. This trip is fun for the whole family! Ride the waves at Man-Eater Hole, Boonie's Revenge and Sleeping Giant (shown in pic)! Take in the breathtaking view of Devils Slide. Float through some flatwater stretches great for swimming and relaxing. This trip is great for first time rafters or family groups with wide age and ablitity ranges. Minimum age is 5. The total time required for the trip is about 2.5 to 3 hours dependng on water levels. Boats usually accommodate 8-12 people depending on size and group demands.

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Private Yellowstone Wildlife Tour

Private Yellowstone Wildlife Tour - Gardiner, Montana
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$525.00

Explore America's first national park on a private 8-hour tour of Yellowstone. Set out on a scenic adventure in search of the park’s resident wildlife, which includes grizzlies, wolves, bison and bighorn sheep ... More info ›

Explore America's first national park on a private 8-hour tour of Yellowstone. Set out on a scenic adventure in search of the park’s resident wildlife, which includes grizzlies, wolves, bison and bighorn sheep. Use binoculars and viewing scopes to see animals at a safe distance as you travel through the park’s Northern Range, Hayden and Lamar Valley, and Lake Area. Lunch and round-trip transport from select lodgings are included on this small-group tour, limited to six people. 

A private Yellowstone Guidelines tour for a group 1-6 people is the perfect way to see and experience the wildlife of Yellowstone National Park.

Your excursion begins with an early pick-up from your Yellowstone area lodgings. Then, depart for the park with your expert guide for a full-day of wildlife viewing.

Set out in search of the park’s resident wildlife, including black and grizzly bears, elk, bison, bighorn sheep, and elusive wolves. If you spot them, you can watch their antics from a safe and unobtrusive distance using provided viewing scopes and binoculars.

Have your camera ready to capture stunning park and wildlife pics while traveling through Yellowstone’s Northern Range, Lamar and Hayden Valleys, and Lake Area.

Your private tour includes lunch along with round-trip transportation from select area lodgings.

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Private Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing Tours

Private Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing Tours - Gardiner, Montana

Duration: Flexible
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$400.00

Winter is a magical time in Yellowstone. The crowds are gone and snow lays upon the park's great landscape ... More info ›

Winter is a magical time in Yellowstone. The crowds are gone and snow lays upon the park's great landscape. Cross-country skiing and snowshoeing are the best ways to explore this winter wonderland. The tour is custom and runs approximately 8 hours in length. Tours are based out of Yellowstone's north entrance and Gardiner, MT. Let's go play in the snow.

The guide will meet you at your hotel or place of lodging for an early morning pick up. Pick up locations include Livingston, Paradise Valley, Gardiner, MT and Mammoth Hot Springs, WY. Ride with the guide to the designated snowshoe and cross country ski trails. Along the way, look for wildlife including elk, bison, coyotes and wolves. Winter is also a great time just to see wildlife.

The specific trail or route depends on experience, fitness level, and overall ski ability. Routes often include Baronette Peak, Tower area, Mammoth Hot Springs, and all across Yellowstone's northern range ecosystem. The activity caters to all skill levels and abilities. 

All of our local and knowledgeable guides will help you learn about Yellowstone's astounding geology, rich history, and complicated ecological processes.

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Yellowstone Winter Wolf & Wildlife Day Tour

Yellowstone Winter Wolf & Wildlife Day Tour - Gardiner, Montana

Duration: 6 to 8 hrs
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$700.00

Yellowstone National Park has some of the best wildlife watching in the World, especially for wolves. Hiring a professional wildlife biologist/guide is the best way to experience Yellowstone and fully appreciate our first national park ... More info ›

Yellowstone National Park has some of the best wildlife watching in the World, especially for wolves. Hiring a professional wildlife biologist/guide is the best way to experience Yellowstone and fully appreciate our first national park. Specializing in watching wolves, Yellowstone Wild LLC will craft your private tour around your specific interesting and desires. 

The deep snows of winter have pushed Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife down in elevation, onto the wintering grounds of the Lamar Valley and lower Yellowstone Canyon. Thousands of elk and bison, along with moose, bighorn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer and pronghorn have filtered out of the higher mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and have concentrated in the lower valleys where winter is less extreme and their food sources are more available. Winter can be tough on these grazing animals. This is when and where Yellowstone’s carnivores thrive.  

This is the season of the wolves!

An early start (6 AM) allows you to enjoy the park’s quietest hours, a Yellowstone sunrise and the best time to see wildlife, especially some of the more elusive animals like bears, wolves, moose, etc. Your guide will pick you up in a comfortable full-sized touring SUV (or larger touring van depending on your group size) in front of your local accommodations in Gardiner, MT, Mammoth Hot Springs, Canyon Village or at a convenient predetermined meeting location within the park. All Yellowstone Wild tours are private, and you will have the full care and attention of your guide. Only your party will attend this tour.

 Your guide will update you first thing in the morning about current wildlife activity and possible viewing options. The wild animals here are not controlled in any way, and can be difficult to find. However, our intimate knowledge of the wildlife here and how the animals use the park's habitats will offer you the best chance at seeing the wildlife you hope to see. 

 We want your experience to be the best, and we take great pride in getting to the best wildlife viewing locations possible. Wildlife trips are heavily road-based, and sometimes wildlife sightings can be somewhat crowded. Our guides make a serious effort to get away from the crowds and slip into the wilds of Yellowstone to show you the wildlife in the most intimate and personal manner. Sometimes that may require a hike (often off-trail) to a ridgetop or through a forest to the meadow on the far side to gain a spectacular view.   

 Yellowstone Wild is always sure to watch wildlife from a safe and respectful distance where a human presence does not bother or threaten the animals, and therefore you can casually enjoy observing their natural behaviors, uninfluenced by humans and, of course, where you will be totally safe. That is why we provide you with the very best optics available-including crystal-clear high-powered binoculars and Swarovski spotting scopes - to fully enjoy our sightings at a safe distance and without disturbing wildlife.

 Your guide will prepare hot drinks and breakfast snacks while you enjoy the early morning light and animal activity. Sometime mid-morning, you will stop again for more drinks and an assortment of hearty health breakfast and snack items to help keep children and adults alike going strong throughout the day. A hike towards midday is an option if you would like to get off the beaten path and stretch your legs; you can discuss those options with your guide. 

 You can expect the trip to run 6-8 hours, so that we will be finishing up in the mid-afternoon, just in time for a proper siesta after our early morning start. Tour duration can vary depending on many factors, including but not limited to, the wants and needs of our guests, weather, and road conditions. Regardless, Yellowstone Wild's guides are always there to make your experience the most memorable, safe and comfortable as they can!  

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Yellowstone Wolves and Wildlife 5-Day Package

Yellowstone Wolves and Wildlife 5-Day Package - Gardiner, Montana

Duration: 5 days
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$1760.00

This all-inclusive 5-day tour package is specially designed to experience the magic of Yellowstone during one of the most beautiful and dramatic times of the year when the pristine wildness and solitude are unmatched. The deep snows of winter have pushed Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife down in an elevational migration into the wintering grounds of the Lamar Valley and lower Yellowstone Canyons, highly revered as the very best place on Earth to see wild wolves. Thousands of elk and bison, along with moose, big horn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer and pronghorn have filtered out of the higher mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and have concentrated in the lower valleys and grasslands where winter is less extreme and their food sources are more available ... More info ›

This all-inclusive 5-day tour package is specially designed to experience the magic of Yellowstone during one of the most beautiful and dramatic times of the year when the pristine wildness and solitude are unmatched. The deep snows of winter have pushed Yellowstone’s iconic wildlife down in an elevational migration into the wintering grounds of the Lamar Valley and lower Yellowstone Canyons, highly revered as the very best place on Earth to see wild wolves. Thousands of elk and bison, along with moose, big horn sheep, white-tailed and mule deer and pronghorn have filtered out of the higher mountains of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and have concentrated in the lower valleys and grasslands where winter is less extreme and their food sources are more available. Winter can be tough on these grazing animals, and partially because of that, this is when and where Yellowstone’s carnivores and scavengers thrive. This is the season of the wolves!

Our service begins upon your arrival at the Bozeman, Montana, where we provide lodging at the Gran Tree Hotel. The hotel provides shuttles to and from the airport and the lively Downtown of Bozeman. We encourage you to rest up; the adventure begins tomorrow!

The following morning, your guides will meet you in the lobby, and we will begin our journey. We will pass through the historic town of Livingston and then through the picturesque Paradise Valley before arriving in the quaint mountain town of Gardiner. Lunch will be provided in Gardiner. During the afternoon, we will have the opportunity to explore the ancient geological formations of the Mammoth Terraces and view the abundant wildlife that spend the winter in the lower elevation areas around Mammoth Hot Springs and the Gardiner River Canyon. We then return to your accommodations and dinner at the Wonderland Lodge, a newly opened eco-lodge and café serving gourmet organic meals, with Vegan and Gluten Free options.

An early morning start allows us the privilege of positioning ourselves inside Yellowstone National Park in the best places to find wolves and other wildlife before the first light. We will be able to access the territories of five different wolf packs, and we will spend our time in the areas with the best chances to locate and photograph wolves at that time. Your guides know these wolves well and can often predict their movements, enabling us to position ourselves for the best viewing opportunities possible. We also have the privilege of first-hand information on wildlife locations through direct contact with the Yellowstone National Park wolf biologists, local wolf enthusiasts, professional photographers and film makers. The exact areas we are visiting each day will be determined by the most current information on wildlife activity.

While focusing on these five wolf packs, we will also have many opportunities to spend time with other iconic Yellowstone wildlife species that concentrate in the lower elevation valley bottoms due to the heavy snow in the higher mountains. During these days, we can expect to be able to watch and photograph wolf, bison, elk, mule deer, white-tailed deer, moose, pronghorn, bighorn sheep, mountain goat, coyote, fox, otter, beaver, bald eagle, golden eagle, raven, magpie, and possibly other rarer species.

On these days, we are serving hot drinks and breakfast snacks at sunrise in the park. At midmorning, a larger lunch spread will be served picnic style in one of our favorite spots in the park. In the afternoons, wildlife sightings can be amazing as we work our way back through the Lamar Valley and the Northern Range. Guests can plan on arriving back in Gardiner between 4-5 PM depending on the animals we find along the way. Our dinners will be enjoyed in the new Wonderland Cafe, followed by a special guest presentation each evening with local biologists, authors and filmmakers.

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Self-Guided Yellowstone Lower Loop Tour from Gardiner

Self-Guided Yellowstone Lower Loop Tour from Gardiner  - Gardiner, Montana

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Gardiner, Montana

From USD
$56.95

Your self-guided tour of Yellowstone National Park Lower Loop will lead you to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Norris Geysers, Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful and Castle Geysers, Yellowstone Lake, Lehardy Rapids and Hayden Valley where you may see grizzlies, wolves, elk and buffalo!

Your self-guided tour of Yellowstone's Lower Loop will be emailed to you, and you can print it in your hotel or at home, or download the app if you use iOS. (For android devices, you can download the app for free.) Once your tour is downloaded, you can access it offline on your phone or iPad, and you will be able to travel around the park without the need for internet connection ... More info ›

Your self-guided tour of Yellowstone National Park Lower Loop will lead you to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Norris Geysers, Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful and Castle Geysers, Yellowstone Lake, Lehardy Rapids and Hayden Valley where you may see grizzlies, wolves, elk and buffalo!

Your self-guided tour of Yellowstone's Lower Loop will be emailed to you, and you can print it in your hotel or at home, or download the app if you use iOS. (For android devices, you can download the app for free.) Once your tour is downloaded, you can access it offline on your phone or iPad, and you will be able to travel around the park without the need for internet connection. The tour is packed with all the information you need before starting your adventure. It guides you precisely and is accessible at any time, so you can refer to it as many times as you wish.

The tour will lead you to the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Norris Geysers, Grand Prismatic Spring, Old Faithful and Castle Geysers, Yellowstone Lake, Lehardy Rapids and Hayden Valley. Be sure to look for wildlife while you drive in the park! This experience serves as a mile-by-mile guide for those who want to sightsee on their own schedule, while enjoying a route selected by an expert.

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