Pioneer Tour Of Yellowstone Grand Teton

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ItineraryDay 1: JACKSON HOLEStop At: Jackson Hole Aerial Tram, Teton Village, Jackson Hole, WyomingWelcome to the West. Your guide will pick you up starting at 7:00 am and depart on your adventures Be greeted by one of your Horizon Guides at Jackson Hole Airport if you are flying into this airport. Your driver helps you with your luggage and then drives you through the beautiful countryside to Jackson. Get settled as your second Horizon Guide checks you in.Enjoy the scenic town of Jackson. Known as the "Gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks," this town Has many exciting shops and activities for everyone in your family. Do some family shopping in Jackson for authentic cowboy gear.Browse at designer boutiques and shops containing fine Western art and homemade items. Then, choose from an excellent assortment of restaurants.Whether you're craving cowboy grub, comfort food or down-home country cooking, your Horizon Guides can help you find the ideal meal for your family.Welcome Dinner: Meet the other families who will share your adventure. Chow down on Wagon Ride, cowboy grub, western show and hear some authentic live cowboy music and get ready for the fantastic experiences ahead!Duration: 4 hoursStop At: Bar-T-5 Covered Wagon Cookout, Jackson, Jackson Hole, WyomingAfter you can to enjoy in Historic Jackson, WY. Here’s your inside line for the Bar T 5. You will be checking in, given a short introduction then loaded into horse-drawn covered wagons. With a team of horses hooked up your wrangler will guide you up Cache Creek Canyon. Traveling along you will encounter a friendly mountain man, Buckskin who will help you watch out for any trouble along the trail. You will be given a hardy meal as you go through the chow line, in fact, when you reach the end you will be wondering how you are going to eat it all. To follow the tradition of all wagon trains, the Bar T 5 Band begins to play. They will entertain you with harmony and great western music just like it was shared at night around the campfire in the old west.Duration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Hotel Such as the Snake River lodge or Similar 3 to 4 star Day 2: Grand Tetons Jackson holeStop At: Grand Teton, Grand Teton National Park, WyomingWake up and drive you to Jackson where you will be exploring Grand Teton, National Park. This national park was first set up as a National Monument by the labors of the Rockefellers and other philanthropists. Originally home to trappers, traders, and Mormon homesteaders, today itIs one of the most breathtaking and well-known parks in the US. You will start the day going to the park and seeing the sunrise on the lake. This area offers the opportunity to get fantastic photos of the Tetons along with the chance to see moose and beavers. Short walks are available along this waterway, then we are off to Jenny Lake for a boat ride and a hike to Hidden Falls and, if you are interested,Inspiration Point Once finished, you will return across the lake and head to Signal Mountain to enjoy stunning vistas of the Grand Teton with reflections off Jackson Lake and Spalding Bay.Have A Dinner at a rowdy, old-fashioned theater. Your Western-themed meal is capped off with entertainment celebrating this historic landmark.Duration: 8 hoursStop At: Jenny Lake Overlook, Grand Teton National Park, WyomingA scenic cruise on Jenny Lake is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip to Grand Teton National Park. The cruise takes approximately 1 hour on the lake with one of our knowledgeable guides. You will learn about the history and geology of the area as well as the flora and fauna around the lake. There are also ample opportunities for you to ask questions on topics of personal interest from mountain climbing to fishing to popular hikes in the area and more. The photo opportunities on the cruise are second to none. You are directly below the Cathedral Group on the lake.Duration: 1 hourMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch: This is a picnic lunch at the lake area • DinnerAccommodation included: Hotel that You are checked intoDay 3: Yellowstone National Park Lower LoopStop At: Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Yellowstone National Park, WyomingLower Loop ExcursionThis morning you will travel through Grand Teton National Park up to Yellowstone National Park, which is America’s First National Park, established in 1872. Among its many treasures are the famous Old Faithful Geyser and inspiring Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.The Park is also known for its world class fly fishing, active geologicalFeatures, and abundance of large mammals. This natural wonder will be your classroom for the day as you explore its many waterfalls, geyser basins, and other unique geological features. Some of the first stops will include viewpoints along West Thumb Geyser Basin and Yellowstone Lake. Afterward, you will visit Old Faithful for lunch at the Historic Old Faithful Lodge dining room before witnessing Old Faithful erupt. After exploring this Geyser Basin’s thermal features, you will make a short drive to the volcanic caldera rim to Firehole Falls Then to Madison Junction.Along with visiting the Old Faithful Geyser Basin, you will visit Black Sand Basin, Midway Geyser Basin, and others on your way to where you will lodge for the night. Take an excursion on the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park and see what captured the imagination of artists and adventurers alike. Discover the park’s most remarkable thermal features and iconic sites including Old Faithful! Explore magical places like Hayden Valley, Artist Point, the Upper and Lower Waterfalls and Lake Yellowstone. Fountain Paint Pot Trail. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Hike Is awestruck by this spectacular canyon, featuring breathtaking waterfalls and beautiful multi-colored walls created by mineral stains. Hike around this 4,000-foot-wide (1219.2 meters) canyon and marvel at its majesty! Take a privately guided tour of Yellowstone National Park's thermal phenomena on Fountain Paint Pot Trail. Be awestruck by the beauty of blue pools, pink mud pots, mini-geysers and steam vents, which are also known as fumaroles.Duration: 8 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Move to Park or West YellowstoneDay 4: Yellowstone National Park Lower LoopStop At: Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Yellowstone National Park, WyomingLower Loop ExcursionThis morning you will travel through Grand Teton National Park up to Yellowstone National Park, which is America’s First National Park, established in 1872. Among its many treasures are the famous Old Faithful Geyser and inspiring Grand Canyon of Yellowstone.The Park is also known for its world class fly fishing, active geologicalFeatures, and abundance of large mammals. This natural wonder will be your classroom for the day as you explore its many waterfalls, geyser basins, and other unique geological features. Some of the first stops will include viewpoints along West Thumb Geyser Basin and Yellowstone Lake. Afterward, you will visit Old Faithful for lunch at the Historic Old Faithful Lodge dining room before witnessing Old Faithful erupt. After exploring this Geyser Basin’s thermal features, you will make a short drive to the volcanic caldera rim to Firehole Falls Then to Madison Junction.Along with visiting the Old Faithful Geyser Basin, you will visit Black Sand Basin, Midway Geyser Basin, and others on your way to where you will lodge for the night. Take an excursion on the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park and see what captured the imagination of artists and adventurers alike. Discover the park’s most remarkable thermal features and iconic sites including Old Faithful! Explore magical places like Hayden Valley, Artist Point, the Upper and Lower Waterfalls and Lake Yellowstone. Fountain Paint Pot Trail. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Hike Is awestruck by this spectacular canyon, featuring breathtaking waterfalls and beautiful multi-colored walls created by mineral stains. Hike around this 4,000-foot-wide (1219.2 meters) canyon and marvel at its majesty! Take a privately guided tour of Yellowstone National Park's thermal phenomena on Fountain Paint Pot Trail. Be awestruck by the beauty of blue pools, pink mud pots, mini-geysers and steam vents, which are also known as fumaroles.Duration: 8 hoursStop At: Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, WyomingBoat ride Duration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: West Yellowstone or Inside park if we can reserve the room earlyDay 5: Upper Loop Yellowstone National ParkStop At: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, WyomingWe have a river trip on one of these two days. This geological area has some fantastic formations to view along multiple boardwalks and scenic drives. It is also the original military fort where the US Army was stationed and managed the park in its infancy. After visiting this area, you will travel along the western side of the park to Gibson Falls and Norris Geyser Basin. Then we are off to Virginia Cascades Once finished, and you will continue Still following a regular schedule, to canyon junction. We then Travel to Yellowstone Falls and a few hikes/walks (see item 1) to various viewpoints along and below the rim of the Grand Canyon. After the Falls we are off to Hayden Valley for the opportunity to view some of the diverse wildlife that visits this area. You will have the possibility of sighting wolves, bears, elk, deer, coyote, and bison. Afterward, a drive to a unique area known in Yellowstone at Mammoth Hot Springs. Then we will travel to canyon junction to enjoy lunch at in the village before going on toward Tower Falls and Lamar Valley. These areas are also great spots for viewing wildlife within the park. This area also has some unique geological formations that are remnants of previous volcanic eruptions. Wraith Falls and the Petrified Logs are also options for us to visit. Our final stop will be a photo of the group at Roosevelt Arch, the official northern entrance to the park Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center.Hayden Valley Ride through Hayden Valley by motor coach and know you’re in a wildlife paradise! This is home to elk and grizzly bears and where the most significant number of free-roaming bison in the world live. Keep your eyes open—there’s a chance you’ll see some animals grazing on the vast grassy plains that stagecoach ride.Duration: 8 hoursStop At: Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, West Yellowstone, MontanaWe are an AZA accredited Not-for-Profit, wildlife park and educational facility offering visitors to Yellowstone a chance to uniquely experience the world of grizzly bears and gray wolves. All the animals at the Center are unable to survive in the wild and serve as ambassadors for their wild counterparts.Duration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Hotel Checked into on the first nightDay 6: Upper Loop Yellowstone National ParkStop At: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, WyomingWe have a river trip on one of these two days. This geological area has some fantastic formations to view along multiple boardwalks and scenic drives. It is also the original military fort where the US Army was stationed and managed the park in its infancy. After visiting this area, you will travel along the western side of the park to Gibson Falls and Norris Geyser Basin. Then we are off to Virginia Cascades Once finished, and you will continue Still following a regular schedule, to canyon junction. We then Travel to Yellowstone Falls and a few hikes/walks (see item 1) to various viewpoints along and below the rim of the Grand Canyon. After the Falls we are off to Hayden Valley for the opportunity to view some of the diverse wildlife that visits this area. You will have the possibility of sighting wolves, bears, elk, deer, coyote, and bison. Afterward, a drive to a unique area known in Yellowstone at Mammoth Hot Springs. Then we will travel to canyon junction to enjoy lunch at in the village before going on toward Tower Falls and Lamar Valley. These areas are also great spots for viewing wildlife within the park. This area also has some unique geological formations that are remnants of previous volcanic eruptions. Wraith Falls and the Petrified Logs are also options for us to visit. Our final stop will be a photo of the group at Roosevelt Arch, the official northern entrance to the park Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center.Hayden Valley Ride through Hayden Valley by motor coach and know you’re in a wildlife paradise! This is home to elk and grizzly bears and where the most significant number of free-roaming bison in the world live. Keep your eyes open—there’s a chance you’ll see some animals grazing on the vast grassy plains that surround you!Duration: 8 hoursStop At: Gardnier Chamber of Commerce, Gardiner, MontanaRaft and RidePaddle it. Hoof it. Love it.Trip times: Ride at 9 a.m. and raft at 12 p.m. OR raft at 12:30 p.m. and ride at 4 p.m. daily. Check in 45 minutes prior to your first activity.They have kayaking and other activities as wellDuration: 4 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • DinnerAccommodation included: Hotel Checked intoDay 7: Rexburg IdStop At: Yellowstone Bear World, Rexburg, IdahoNo vacation to the Yellowstone National Park or Grand Teton National Park region is complete without an adventure into the wild at Yellowstone Bear World, a drive-thru wildlife park. During your visit you will be surrounded by the free-roaming wildlife of North America as you drive your personal vehicle through the park. Wildlife you will see includes Rocky Mountain Elk, Bison, White-tail Deer, Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Goats, Moose, and of course American Black Bear and Grizzly Bear. Located 5 miles south of Rexburg, Idaho on US HWY 20 we are easily accessible from both Jackson Hole, Wyoming and West Yellowstone, Montana. (see map) When you visit this beautiful region don’t miss Idaho’s #1 wildlife attraction, Yellowstone Bear WorldDuration: 3 hoursStop At: Cheers to You SLC, Salt Lake City, UtahDrive to Salt lake CIty this dayDuration: 3 hoursMeals included: • Breakfast • LunchAccommodation included: Drop off at hotel or Airport

What’s included

  • 7x Breakfast
  • 6x Dinner
  • 7x Lunch
  • Accommodation included: 7 nights
  • White water Rafting
  • Horse back ride
  • Dinner show
  • Park fees
  • Boat ride
  • Entry/Admission - Bar-T-5 Covered Wagon Cookout
  • Entry/Admission - Grand Teton
  • Entry/Admission - Jenny Lake Overlook
  • Entry/Admission - Lower Yellowstone River Falls
  • Entry/Admission - Lower Yellowstone River Falls
  • Entry/Admission - Yellowstone Lake
  • Entry/Admission - Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Entry/Admission - Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center
  • Entry/Admission - Mammoth Hot Springs
  • Entry/Admission - Gardnier Chamber of Commerce
  • Entry/Admission - Yellowstone Bear World

What’s not included

  • Gifts
  • Alcohol

Itinerary

Day 1: JACKSON HOLE Stop At: Jackson Hole Aerial Tram, Teton Village, Jackson Hole, Wyoming Welcome to the West. Your guide will pick you up starting at 7:00 am and depart on your adventures Be greeted by one of your Horizon Guides at Jackson Hole Airport if you are flying into this airport. Your driver helps you with your luggage and then drives you through the beautiful countryside to Jackson. Get settled as your second Horizon Guide checks you in. Enjoy the scenic town of Jackson. Known as the "Gateway to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks," this town Has many exciting shops and activities for everyone in your family. Do some family shopping in Jackson for authentic cowboy gear. Browse at designer boutiques and shops containing fine Western art and homemade items. Then, choose from an excellent assortment of restaurants. Whether you're craving cowboy grub, comfort food or down-home country cooking, your Horizon Guides can help you find the ideal meal for your family. Welcome Dinner: Meet the other families who will share your adventure. Chow down on Wagon Ride, cowboy grub, western show and hear some authentic live cowboy music and get ready for the fantastic experiences ahead! Duration: 4 hours Stop At: Bar-T-5 Covered Wagon Cookout, Jackson, Jackson Hole, Wyoming After you can to enjoy in Historic Jackson, WY. Here’s your inside line for the Bar T 5. You will be checking in, given a short introduction then loaded into horse-drawn covered wagons. With a team of horses hooked up your wrangler will guide you up Cache Creek Canyon. Traveling along you will encounter a friendly mountain man, Buckskin who will help you watch out for any trouble along the trail. You will be given a hardy meal as you go through the chow line, in fact, when you reach the end you will be wondering how you are going to eat it all. To follow the tradition of all wagon trains, the Bar T 5 Band begins to play. They will entertain you with harmony and great western music just like it was shared at night around the campfire in the old west. Duration: 3 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Hotel Such as the Snake River lodge or Similar 3 to 4 star
Day 2: Grand Tetons Jackson hole Stop At: Grand Teton, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming Wake up and drive you to Jackson where you will be exploring Grand Teton, National Park. This national park was first set up as a National Monument by the labors of the Rockefellers and other philanthropists. Originally home to trappers, traders, and Mormon homesteaders, today it Is one of the most breathtaking and well-known parks in the US. You will start the day going to the park and seeing the sunrise on the lake. This area offers the opportunity to get fantastic photos of the Tetons along with the chance to see moose and beavers. Short walks are available along this waterway, then we are off to Jenny Lake for a boat ride and a hike to Hidden Falls and, if you are interested, Inspiration Point Once finished, you will return across the lake and head to Signal Mountain to enjoy stunning vistas of the Grand Teton with reflections off Jackson Lake and Spalding Bay. Have A Dinner at a rowdy, old-fashioned theater. Your Western-themed meal is capped off with entertainment celebrating this historic landmark. Duration: 8 hours Stop At: Jenny Lake Overlook, Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming A scenic cruise on Jenny Lake is sure to be one of the highlights of your trip to Grand Teton National Park. The cruise takes approximately 1 hour on the lake with one of our knowledgeable guides. You will learn about the history and geology of the area as well as the flora and fauna around the lake. There are also ample opportunities for you to ask questions on topics of personal interest from mountain climbing to fishing to popular hikes in the area and more. The photo opportunities on the cruise are second to none. You are directly below the Cathedral Group on the lake. Duration: 1 hour Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch: This is a picnic lunch at the lake area • Dinner Accommodation included: Hotel that You are checked into
Day 3: Yellowstone National Park Lower Loop Stop At: Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Lower Loop Excursion This morning you will travel through Grand Teton National Park up to Yellowstone National Park, which is America’s First National Park, established in 1872. Among its many treasures are the famous Old Faithful Geyser and inspiring Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The Park is also known for its world class fly fishing, active geological Features, and abundance of large mammals. This natural wonder will be your classroom for the day as you explore its many waterfalls, geyser basins, and other unique geological features. Some of the first stops will include viewpoints along West Thumb Geyser Basin and Yellowstone Lake. Afterward, you will visit Old Faithful for lunch at the Historic Old Faithful Lodge dining room before witnessing Old Faithful erupt. After exploring this Geyser Basin’s thermal features, you will make a short drive to the volcanic caldera rim to Firehole Falls Then to Madison Junction. Along with visiting the Old Faithful Geyser Basin, you will visit Black Sand Basin, Midway Geyser Basin, and others on your way to where you will lodge for the night. Take an excursion on the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park and see what captured the imagination of artists and adventurers alike. Discover the park’s most remarkable thermal features and iconic sites including Old Faithful! Explore magical places like Hayden Valley, Artist Point, the Upper and Lower Waterfalls and Lake Yellowstone. Fountain Paint Pot Trail. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Hike Is awestruck by this spectacular canyon, featuring breathtaking waterfalls and beautiful multi-colored walls created by mineral stains. Hike around this 4,000-foot-wide (1219.2 meters) canyon and marvel at its majesty! Take a privately guided tour of Yellowstone National Park's thermal phenomena on Fountain Paint Pot Trail. Be awestruck by the beauty of blue pools, pink mud pots, mini-geysers and steam vents, which are also known as fumaroles. Duration: 8 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Move to Park or West Yellowstone
Day 4: Yellowstone National Park Lower Loop Stop At: Lower Yellowstone River Falls, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Lower Loop Excursion This morning you will travel through Grand Teton National Park up to Yellowstone National Park, which is America’s First National Park, established in 1872. Among its many treasures are the famous Old Faithful Geyser and inspiring Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. The Park is also known for its world class fly fishing, active geological Features, and abundance of large mammals. This natural wonder will be your classroom for the day as you explore its many waterfalls, geyser basins, and other unique geological features. Some of the first stops will include viewpoints along West Thumb Geyser Basin and Yellowstone Lake. Afterward, you will visit Old Faithful for lunch at the Historic Old Faithful Lodge dining room before witnessing Old Faithful erupt. After exploring this Geyser Basin’s thermal features, you will make a short drive to the volcanic caldera rim to Firehole Falls Then to Madison Junction. Along with visiting the Old Faithful Geyser Basin, you will visit Black Sand Basin, Midway Geyser Basin, and others on your way to where you will lodge for the night. Take an excursion on the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park and see what captured the imagination of artists and adventurers alike. Discover the park’s most remarkable thermal features and iconic sites including Old Faithful! Explore magical places like Hayden Valley, Artist Point, the Upper and Lower Waterfalls and Lake Yellowstone. Fountain Paint Pot Trail. The Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Hike Is awestruck by this spectacular canyon, featuring breathtaking waterfalls and beautiful multi-colored walls created by mineral stains. Hike around this 4,000-foot-wide (1219.2 meters) canyon and marvel at its majesty! Take a privately guided tour of Yellowstone National Park's thermal phenomena on Fountain Paint Pot Trail. Be awestruck by the beauty of blue pools, pink mud pots, mini-geysers and steam vents, which are also known as fumaroles. Duration: 8 hours Stop At: Yellowstone Lake, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Boat ride Duration: 3 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: West Yellowstone or Inside park if we can reserve the room early
Day 5: Upper Loop Yellowstone National Park Stop At: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming We have a river trip on one of these two days. This geological area has some fantastic formations to view along multiple boardwalks and scenic drives. It is also the original military fort where the US Army was stationed and managed the park in its infancy. After visiting this area, you will travel along the western side of the park to Gibson Falls and Norris Geyser Basin. Then we are off to Virginia Cascades Once finished, and you will continue Still following a regular schedule, to canyon junction. We then Travel to Yellowstone Falls and a few hikes/walks (see item 1) to various viewpoints along and below the rim of the Grand Canyon. After the Falls we are off to Hayden Valley for the opportunity to view some of the diverse wildlife that visits this area. You will have the possibility of sighting wolves, bears, elk, deer, coyote, and bison. Afterward, a drive to a unique area known in Yellowstone at Mammoth Hot Springs. Then we will travel to canyon junction to enjoy lunch at in the village before going on toward Tower Falls and Lamar Valley. These areas are also great spots for viewing wildlife within the park. This area also has some unique geological formations that are remnants of previous volcanic eruptions. Wraith Falls and the Petrified Logs are also options for us to visit. Our final stop will be a photo of the group at Roosevelt Arch, the official northern entrance to the park Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. Hayden Valley Ride through Hayden Valley by motor coach and know you’re in a wildlife paradise! This is home to elk and grizzly bears and where the most significant number of free-roaming bison in the world live. Keep your eyes open—there’s a chance you’ll see some animals grazing on the vast grassy plains that stagecoach ride. Duration: 8 hours Stop At: Grizzly and Wolf Discovery Center, West Yellowstone, Montana We are an AZA accredited Not-for-Profit, wildlife park and educational facility offering visitors to Yellowstone a chance to uniquely experience the world of grizzly bears and gray wolves. All the animals at the Center are unable to survive in the wild and serve as ambassadors for their wild counterparts. Duration: 3 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Hotel Checked into on the first night
Day 6: Upper Loop Yellowstone National Park Stop At: Mammoth Hot Springs, Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming We have a river trip on one of these two days. This geological area has some fantastic formations to view along multiple boardwalks and scenic drives. It is also the original military fort where the US Army was stationed and managed the park in its infancy. After visiting this area, you will travel along the western side of the park to Gibson Falls and Norris Geyser Basin. Then we are off to Virginia Cascades Once finished, and you will continue Still following a regular schedule, to canyon junction. We then Travel to Yellowstone Falls and a few hikes/walks (see item 1) to various viewpoints along and below the rim of the Grand Canyon. After the Falls we are off to Hayden Valley for the opportunity to view some of the diverse wildlife that visits this area. You will have the possibility of sighting wolves, bears, elk, deer, coyote, and bison. Afterward, a drive to a unique area known in Yellowstone at Mammoth Hot Springs. Then we will travel to canyon junction to enjoy lunch at in the village before going on toward Tower Falls and Lamar Valley. These areas are also great spots for viewing wildlife within the park. This area also has some unique geological formations that are remnants of previous volcanic eruptions. Wraith Falls and the Petrified Logs are also options for us to visit. Our final stop will be a photo of the group at Roosevelt Arch, the official northern entrance to the park Grizzly & Wolf Discovery Center. Hayden Valley Ride through Hayden Valley by motor coach and know you’re in a wildlife paradise! This is home to elk and grizzly bears and where the most significant number of free-roaming bison in the world live. Keep your eyes open—there’s a chance you’ll see some animals grazing on the vast grassy plains that surround you! Duration: 8 hours Stop At: Gardnier Chamber of Commerce, Gardiner, Montana Raft and Ride Paddle it. Hoof it. Love it. Trip times: Ride at 9 a.m. and raft at 12 p.m. OR raft at 12:30 p.m. and ride at 4 p.m. daily. Check in 45 minutes prior to your first activity. They have kayaking and other activities as well Duration: 4 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner Accommodation included: Hotel Checked into
Day 7: Rexburg Id Stop At: Yellowstone Bear World, Rexburg, Idaho No vacation to the Yellowstone National Park or Grand Teton National Park region is complete without an adventure into the wild at Yellowstone Bear World, a drive-thru wildlife park. During your visit you will be surrounded by the free-roaming wildlife of North America as you drive your personal vehicle through the park. Wildlife you will see includes Rocky Mountain Elk, Bison, White-tail Deer, Mule Deer, Rocky Mountain Goats, Moose, and of course American Black Bear and Grizzly Bear. Located 5 miles south of Rexburg, Idaho on US HWY 20 we are easily accessible from both Jackson Hole, Wyoming and West Yellowstone, Montana. (see map) When you visit this beautiful region don’t miss Idaho’s #1 wildlife attraction, Yellowstone Bear World Duration: 3 hours Stop At: Cheers to You SLC, Salt Lake City, Utah Drive to Salt lake CIty this day Duration: 3 hours Meals included: • Breakfast • Lunch Accommodation included: Drop off at hotel or Airport
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