Yellowstone has nearly 1,000 miles of hiking trails throughout the park. These trails are part of America's premier wilderness, full of lush forests, geothermal enriched landscapes, petrified forests, hidden lakes and so much more.
We do guided hikes to take you on some of the BEST hikes in Yellowstone. We provide a skilled and knowledgeable guide and naturalist that will take you on a hike catered to your own desires. Our guides will be equipped with Bear Spray, Field Guides to assist with identifying some incredible flora along the way, Snacks and Drinks(we recommend to also bring a water bottle of your own) First Aid and CPR certifications as well as supplies, and an AWESOME and FRIENDLY personality.
We offer half day (4-5 hours) or full day (8 hour) hikes that can accommodate all ages and abilities.
When booking a hike, remember that many of Yellowstone’s trails are more than 7,000 feet above sea level. Most areas retain snow until late May or early June, and some (especially mountain passes) are snow-covered until late July. Also, many routes require fording rivers that can be 25 feet wide, 3 to 6 feet deep, extremely cold, and swiftly running during our late spring runoff so make sure to dress appropriately.
At the time of booking, please specify the level of difficulty that you are requesting for your hike as well as any specific features you would like to hopefully experience along the way.
Rates do not include Gratuity for our AWESOME Adventure Guides
This includes an all-inclusive lunch
Recommended Gratuity is 18% for our awesome Adventure Guides
It is not uncommon for the day to start out in single digits and quickly reach 60 degrees. Layers are never a bad idea(you can always shed a layer). I recommend to bring extra socks and plenty of water.
Unlike many of the other guide companies out there, we include trekking poles and entrance fees if we are picking you up outside the park.