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Jackson Hole: Bridger-Teton National Forest Horseback Ride

1. Jackson Hole: Bridger-Teton National Forest Horseback Ride

Join professional wranglers on a 2-hour or 4-hour horseback ride through the trails of Bridger-Teton National Forest on this tour from Jackson Hole. See stunning views of the Grand Teton mountain range and ride along a winding river. Start your adventure at one of the oldest dude ranches in the USA. Choose between a 2-hour ride or extend your wilderness adventure with a 4-hour tour. Meet your wrangler and guide, and get your riding gear.  Before heading to the trails, meet your friendly horse and learn how mount and dismount. Practice handling your horse with the reins and learn to control how fast your horse trots and how to stop, start, and steer. Take a test trot on the ranch property. Venture into the Aspen Tree Groves on horseback. Ride through the Bridger-Teton National Forest, looking for wildlife and local flora. Follow the horse trails and admire panoramic views of the Tetons.  Continue down into the Buffalo Valley to ride along a lazy river. Return to the ranch with a deeper connection to nature and an understanding of the Wild West.  When the wranglers load participants onto horses we will match the best horse for each rider for safety considerations we therefore can not allow you to pick horses. During the loading process we must take the time to care for the horses and make smaller groups of riders. Group sizes average approximately 10 riders and it can take over an hour to load all of the groups safely and care for the horses, so please be patient and expect this process to take some time. We appreciate your patience.

Jackson: National Elk Refuge Sleigh Ride

2. Jackson: National Elk Refuge Sleigh Ride

Experience on an unforgettable journey across the winter landscape of Jackson Hole's National Elk Refuge, home to the majestic Elk Herd and surrounded by some of Wyoming’s most scenic landscapes including the Grand Tetons. Enjoy a century-old tradition, allowing you to witness breathtaking scenery and encounter diverse wildlife while learning about the incredible wildlife conservation efforts of the refuge. Climb aboard a horse-drawn sleigh, delving into a unique Western adventure, guided by experts who share enthralling insights about the National Elk Refuge's history and its significance. Traverse the refuge, surrounded by the sounds of nature and the sight of majestic elk, engage with your knowledgeable guide, discovering intriguing facts about elk behavior, refuge management, why the thousands of elk migrate here for the winter, migration patterns, and the diverse wildlife thriving in this natural haven. Marvel at the sight of the largest migrating elk herd in North America, observing thousands of these magnificent creatures in their winter habitat. Be prepared to encounter an array of wildlife, from eagles, coyotes, and foxes to bison, wolves, deer, and a stunning variety of birds, making each sleigh ride a unique and captivating experience.

Grand Teton National Park: 4-Hour Guided Wildlife Adventure

3. Grand Teton National Park: 4-Hour Guided Wildlife Adventure

Embark on a wildlife tour that focuses on the amazing animals of Grand Teton National Park as well as the park's diverse geology and history, both human and natural. Ride in either an open-style safari vehicle (weather dependent) in the summer or an enclosed, air-conditioned and heated vehicle during the rest of the year. Stop frequently along your wildlife adventure to get out of the vehicle and safely view wildlife close up or use a high-powered scope to view far-off wildlife. Get your own pair of quality binoculars to use throughout the entire tour. Have the option of taking a short hike in the park during the tour. Discover this vast park which encompasses over 310,000 acres and is home to a diverse range of large mammals, such as grizzly and black bears, wolves, elk, moose, mule deer, pronghorn, bison, and bighorn sheep. Possibly observe numerous bird species including eagles, hawks, pelicans, grouse, and owls. Marvel at your guide's ability to spot animals. Not only will you learn all about the park and its history and geology, but you will also view countless extraordinary creatures. Watch the epic struggle for survival unfold in the company of an expert wildlife guide!

Jackson: Snake River Class 2-3 Whitewater Rafting Adventure

4. Jackson: Snake River Class 2-3 Whitewater Rafting Adventure

Embark on an 8-mile rafting trip adventure down the Snake River - the perfect summer activity to do on your visit to Jackson Hole, Wyoming for all ages and experience levels. Discover the Class II and III whitewater rapids with incredible opportunities to swim and get wet. Start the tour by arriving a the boathouse, just 1-mile from Town Square in Jackson. Meet your experienced white water guides and get suited up in wetsuits if needed (available to hire for an additional cost). From there, take a 30-minute bus ride to West Table in the Snake River Canyon. Feel free to leave anything on the bus that you don't want to get wet. When you arrive at the launch site, get kitted out with paddles and board the boat. When booking, you can choose between the classic boat option for 8-10 people or the smaller boat option which requires you to paddle at every rapid. Then, begin navigating downstream along this particularly wide and deep stretch of river which boasts class II and III level rapids. As the paddling picks up the pace, experience rapids including Lunch Counter, 3-ordeal, Cottonwood, Big Kahuna, and many more. Be prepared to get wet during this adrenaline-filled adventure. Listen as your guide teaches you about the history of the area and about some of the rapids. Along the way, admire the spectacular canyon scenery and keep your eyes peeled for local wildlife including eagles, mountain goats, otters, osprey, and elk. Have the chance to take a quick swim and cool down. Finally, end the route at Sheep Gulch which is 8-miles south of your departure point. Finally, board the same bus which will return you back to the boathouse where the tour concludes.

Yellowstone National Park: Self-Driving Audio Guided Tour

5. Yellowstone National Park: Self-Driving Audio Guided Tour

Start by downloading the Action Tour Guide app, which will function as your personal tour guide, audio tour, and map. Purchase one tour per car, not per person. Everyone listens together! Note: This 142+ miles-long tour covers the essentials of Yellowstone National Park in 5-6 hours. Your adventure through Yellowstone begins at one of the five entrances and follows the Grand Loop around the entire park. Here are some of the incredible points of interest along that massive figure eight: Journey through the West Thumb, one of the largest geyser basins in the park. Watch the jets of boiling water bursting from the earth and hear the geological science behind this phenomenon. Peer deep into the Abyss Pool--if you dare--and listen to accounts of how fishermen used to cook their catch in the Fisherman’s Cone! Then, we’ll turn your eyes to the sky and tell you everything you need to know about birdwatching in Yellowstone. As you drive past Shoshone Lake, one of the park’s best-kept secrets, we’ll fill you in on Sacagawea’s connection to the park and give you the real story you probably haven’t heard. Then it’s on to the world-famous Old Faithful, where you’re guaranteed to see a spectacular show. We’ll also take you to all the other geysers in the area, which are as impressive as their famous cousin. After that, try not to let your jaw drop too low when you see Grand Prismatic, the largest hot spring in the United States and the most colorful. We’ll give you a glimpse into the microscopic life that thrives in the extreme heat and explain how they brew beer and help solve crimes. No, really! Next, we’ll stop by the Fountain Paint Pot, the most colorful mud field you’ll ever see, and reveal the secrets of Yellowstone’s “Zone of Death.” Then it’s on to the tremendous Gibbon Falls and the Norris Geyser Basin, Yellowstone’s hottest basin. We’ll hear about how this place offers a window into the earliest life on Earth and the men who first charted this fascinating land. Cross Yellowstone’s Golden Gate Bridge to reach the Mammoth Hot Springs, the most accessible place to spot a herd of elk. As you continue toward a pair of staggering waterfalls, we’ll put your mind at ease about the still-active supervolcano directly beneath you and let you enjoy the views. Check out a tree so old it’s turned entirely to stone, then hear about President Theodore Roosevelt’s eventful trip to Yellowstone. If you’ve come to see wildlife, Lamar Valley is one of your best bets. We’ll point you to a place where you can spot elk, bison, and maybe even grizzlies or wolves! Then, visit Yellowstone’s Grand Canyon--as long as you don’t fear heights! Finally, relax by the shores of the enormous Yellowstone Lake and watch for moose who come to drink from its waters. Yellowstone has all this and more within a single park, but you must see it to understand how awe-inspiring this landscape can be. So what are you waiting for?

West Yellowstone: Yellowstone Day Tour Including Entry Fee

6. West Yellowstone: Yellowstone Day Tour Including Entry Fee

Immerse yourself in the landscape and wildlife of the Yellowstone National Park on this van tour from West Yellowstone. Learn about its history from your guide, see the many incredible sights it has to offer, and enjoy a delicious lunch. Depart from West Yellowstone, Montana at 8:30 AM and enter Yellowstone National Park through the West Gate. Tour the Lower Loop with stops at notable points of interest including Old Faithful and the Geyser Basins. See sights like the Grand Prismatic Spring, Fountain Paint Pots, Artist Point, the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and Hayden Valley. Throughout, also enjoy many great views of Yellowstone Lake. Learn about the Park from your knowledgeable guide, including its geothermal features, geology, and wildlife. Enjoy numerous photos of the surroundings and wildlife and, at the mid-point of the tour, a delicious picnic-style lunch. The tour concludes at 5:30 PM back in West Yellowstone.

From Jackson: Yellowstone Day Tour Including Entrance Fee

7. From Jackson: Yellowstone Day Tour Including Entrance Fee

Explore Yellowstone National Park with a local guide. Take in breathtaking views of incredible landscapes and learn about the local wildlife as you stop at iconic points of interest. The tour covers over 250 miles, promising to be a full, exciting, and memorable day.  Your tour departs from Teton Village and Jackson, Wyoming early in the morning. Head north through Grand Teton National Park, all the while taking in impressive views of the Tetons. Enter Yellowstone and begin your tour of the Lower Loop, with stops at popular points of interest, including Old Faithful, the Fountain Paint Pots, Hayden Valley, Yellowstone Lake, Upper and Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon, and possibly more. Stop and photograph wildlife and beautiful scenery throughout the day. At the midpoint of the tour, enjoy a delicious, picnic-style lunch. During the tour, your guide will educate you on the many features of Yellowstone, including the history of the park, its geothermal features, geology, wildlife, and more. Your tour concludes in the early evening back in Jackson or Teton Village.

Jackson Hole: Bridger-Teton Guided Snowmobile Tour

8. Jackson Hole: Bridger-Teton Guided Snowmobile Tour

Transverse the rugged landscape of Bridger-Teton National Park with a snowmobile sightseeing tour, including a local guide, snowmobile, snow gear, and a hot drink. Marvel at the Grand Teton Mountains and explore the Continental Divide region while zipping across deep layers of crisp, white snow. Arrive at Heart Six Ranch in Jackson Hole to get fitted with snowmobiling attire and assigned a snowmobile. Follow your guide across the alpine meadows and into the snowy Bridger-Teton wilderness, keeping an eye out for local wildlife such as elk, moose, eagles, and mountain lions.  Feast your eyes on the peaks of the Grand Teton Mountains and the lush forests of the Continental Divide. Explore the vast meadows or ride the trails higher up into the mountains to discover remote lodges and restaurants. Return back to the Heart Six Ranch for a cup of hot chocolate or coffee.

Jackson: Snake River Scenic Raft Float Tour with Teton Views

9. Jackson: Snake River Scenic Raft Float Tour with Teton Views

Take in the tranquility of the Teton Range along a slow glide down the Snake River with a guide. Pass along 13 miles of river, and spot wildlife like eagles and moose as you go. Meet your guide and take a quick walk to the boat ramp on the Snake River. Step into your lifejacket then board the raft. Begin floating along Snake River. Then, sit back and relax as your guide takes care of the navigation from a center-mounted oar frame. Enjoy the scenery as your guide shows you the many beautiful sights and sounds of the river. Float over a thirteen-mile route down the beautiful Snake River as our friendly and professional guides share their knowledge of the history, geology, flora, and fauna of the river system. Next, take in the Teton Range as a backdrop for most of the float, as well as the Snake River Range, the Gros Ventre, and Hoback Ranges. Keep your eyes peeled for moose sightings, bald eagles, osprey, beaver, elk, and deer. Finally, after reaching the river bank at the end of the experience, your guide will drive you back to the original meeting point in Wilson.

Jackson Hole: Dogsledding Tour with Hot Chocolate

10. Jackson Hole: Dogsledding Tour with Hot Chocolate

When visiting Jackson Hole, experience an old-fashioned adventure on a dog sledding tour from Moran along the Buffalo Fork River. Enjoy the protected land of Heart Six Ranch, featuring amazing sweeping views of the river valley and The Grand Teton mountains. Stay warm inside a sled bag as a team of highly trained sled dogs guided by a professional musher pulls you safely along pristine, snow-covered tracks. The actual time in the dogsled is approximately 45 minutes. If requested the guide will teach you to drive the dogsled. Set off into the beautiful pastures of Heart Six Ranch and travel along Buffalo Valley Road. Take in the Buffalo Fork, a tributary that runs in front of the ranch and through Grand Teton National Park and Bridger-Teton National Forest. Finish off your trip with a warm cup of hot chocolate in the Buffalo Valley Cafe.

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We are so glad we purchased this audio tour, and it was a fantastic way to experience Yellowstone, national park, especially his first timer. The narrator walked us through each stop, and there was no point that we were worried about getting lost or not being able to follow the map. We loved all of that information shared as we passed each attraction. Definitely recommend this to people visiting the park!

What a great tour! We loved all of the history - fun trivia and background about the area. The narrator has a great voice and was enjoyable to listen to. The tour was easy to upload and follow. Love it all! I would buy a driving tour like this for all of our adventures if I could.

We had the best time on our horseback ride! Our guide was friendly, fun and knowledgeable about our horses. This was our 12 and 14-year old children’s highlight of our trip! We would 100% recommend this to anyone coming to the area.

Great couple of days exploring Yellowstone with small group and very knowledgeable guide Rohan. Lots of awe-inspiring sights and learnt a lot about the history of Yellowstone natural wonders.

Jeremy was a great host and the snow shoeing was fantastic. Would definitely recommend both Jeremy and the adventure.