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Yellowstone & Grand Tetons: 4-Day/3-Night Wildlife Adventure

1. Yellowstone & Grand Tetons: 4-Day/3-Night Wildlife Adventure

Visit world-famous Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks on this 4-day, 3-night adventure. Accommodation with breakfast is included. Your expert, naturalist guide will lead you through the famous landmarks and show you an unforgettable collection of mountains, geysers, and wildlife. Get the chance to see bison, elk, moose, eagles, mule deer, grizzly, black bears, and more. This tour will give you the best chance of possibly seeing the elusive grey wolf in the spring, summer, and fall months. Day 1: Grand Teton Dusk Adventure Begin your adventure on a gorgeous evening wildlife safari in Grand Teton National Park. Enjoy an evening filled with wildlife watching in Grand Teton National Park. Look out for bison, moose, bald eagles, pronghorn, coyotes, and mule deer. Keep your eyes open and cameras ready for possible bear sightings as well. Night 1: Accommodation in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, at the 49'er Inn and Suites (or similar and subject to availability) Day 2: Grand Teton and Yellowstone Wildlife Depart early from Jackson, Wyoming, to explore more of Grand Teton National Park and then head into Yellowstone National Park and stop to observe more wildlife along the way. Take advantage of a day filled with history, park landmarks, wildlife, and world-famous scenery. Discover Oxbow Bend, Jackson Lake, Yellowstone Lake, West Thumb Geyser Basin, Hayden Valley, and the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Rest for the night in the famous cowboy town of Cody, Wyoming. Night 2: Lodge accommodation in Cody, Wyoming, at the Cody Inn (or similar and subject to availability) Day 3: Yellowstone Wildlife & Scenic Upper Loop Adventure Begin your day with a visit to the Buffalo Bill Cody Museum. After lunch, make your way through the scenic Chief Joseph Highway. If time allows, take an evening safari in the famous Lamar Valley of Yellowstone and be on the lookout for wolves, bears, bison, and much more along the way. Lodge in the fun and remote mining town of Cooke City, MT. Night 3: Lodge accommodation in Cooke City, Montana, at the Alpine Motel (or similar and subject to availability) Day 4: Hydrothermals, Wildlife Viewing, and Old Faithful After an early morning wildlife safari in Lamar Valley, spend the last day of touring focusing on Yellowstone's major hydrothermal features. Stop at the Roosevelt Arch, and take the opportunity to walk around the boardwalks at Mammoth Hot Springs, Fountain Paint Pots and Mud Pots, and the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser. Explore and shop at The Old Faithful Inn before making your way back through Grand Teton National Park, viewing wildlife, and returning to Jackson Hole, Wyoming. The adventure ends in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, and drop-off at Jackson area hotels between 4:30-6:30 p.m.

Jackson Hole: Grand Teton Full-Day Snowmobile Tour

2. Jackson Hole: Grand Teton Full-Day Snowmobile Tour

Surround yourself with the majestic natural landscape of Grand Teton National Park on a private guided tour. Bring your closest friends or family members along on this adventure designed for 3 people. Ride a snowmobile through powdery trails and keep an eye out for buffalo and other animals. Optional pick up at your hotel in Jackson, Wilson, or Teton Village and drive into Grand Teton National Park. Take your time to identify wild animals, such as buffalo and moose. Arrive at the activity provider's ranch, where you'll be fitted with snow pants, jackets, gloves, and helmets. Travel up to the continental divide in Bridger-Teton National Forest and meet your guide. Receive a safety demonstration of the equipment and what to look out for on the trails during your exploration. Finally, begin your off-road adventure with a route based on your skills. Explore the area in search of trails and powder before stopping for a much-needed break. Eat a packed lunch, then get back on the trails for a while longer. Drive back to the ranch to warm up and sit around the fire for some hot chocolate. When you're ready, begin your journey back to your hotel.

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(92 reviews)

My only complaint was there were 8 adults (3 with bad knees) and we were cramped in the 10 passenger van. Otherwise we had an EXCELLENT guide named Mike who was professional, knowledgeable and great sense of humor! Would MOST definitely highly recommend this tour with Mike! We were the "sneaky badger" group and we had a blast! This tour guide was exceptional and I was skeptical about going on a tour with people I didn't know but we met some fantastic people from Pennsylvania, Florida, and Maryland!

Wonderful guide! Extremely knowledgeable about the areas, parks, and animals. Beautiful sights! Days were a bit long and rushed but it allowed us to see lots. Hotel accommodations were just ok. However there didn’t seem to be any better available. These are remote rustic places.

Absolutely amazing trip! We highly recommend Brush Buck tours! Our guide was wonderful, the van was very comfortable, and we undoubtedly saw way more with our guide than we ever would have on our own!

Just right. Guide Cade was superb. Informative, friendly yet respectful. Only thing to make it perfect is if the van windows were squeegee washed each morning and as needed throughout the day.

Spectacular day! Denver was an excellent teacher and guide. We highly recommend this activity.