Welcome to Cody


Cody revels in its frontier image, a legacy that started with its founder, William 'Buffalo Bill' Cody: Chief of Scouts for the army, notorious buffalo hunter, and showman who spent years touring the world with his Wild West extravaganza. The town rallies around nightly rodeos, rowdy saloons and a world-class museum that was started by Buffalo Bill's estate and is a worthy destination all by itself.


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$250 Outdoor Activities

Yellowstone Lower Loop Guided Tour from Cody, Wyoming

Your tour starts with hotel pickup in Cody, Wyoming, by your guide, who leads you on an exploration of Yellowstone National Park with a focus on natural history and nature photography. Spend a full day immersed in the grandeur of Yellowstone's diverse environment, learning about its ecosystem and wildlife. Observe native animals such as elk, bison, bighorn sheep, coyote, and deer, and keep your eyes peeled for sightings of elusive predators like grizzly and black bears, wolves, and mountain lions.  You tour along the Lower Loop allows you to visit the park's geothermal sites, including the Upper Geyser Basin and Old Faithful, which erupts on a fairly regular schedule.

$42 Cruises, Sailing & Water Tours

Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area Boat Tour from Cody

We offer 2 hour scenic boat tours of Bighorn Canyon located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area, which is the 3rd largest canyon in the United States.  Guests enjoy abundant wildlife viewing including getting up close and personal with the Canyon's namesake the bighorn sheep, wild mustangs all on a comfortable covered tour boat with padded seats.  Guests enjoy a narrated tour and learn the which is coupled with the rich and diverse history of the area presented in an eco-tour format.  Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is home of the oldest trail in North America.  It's called the "Bad Pass Trail" and has been used by humans traversing the area for more than 11,000 years.  The geology and unique plants indigenous to the area are unique and only grow in this canyon.  It's an unforgettable tour that shouldn't be missed.

$250 Outdoor Activities

Yellowstone Upper Loop Tour from Cody Wyoming

Experience the beauty of Yellowstone National Park’s Upper Loop on a full-day tour from Cody, Wyoming.Get picked up from your Cody lodging and enjoy a 50-mile (80-km) ride along the Buffalo Bill Scenic Byway, claimed by many to be one of the state’s most picturesque drives. Enter the America's first national park through its east gate and get ready to explore.Yellowstone’s 2.2-million acres are home to towering peaks, stunning lakes, lush valleys, and the largest concentration of thermal features — including geysers and hot springs — on the planet. It’s Upper Loop is also one of the best places to spot wildlife in the park.Join an expert naturalist and professional nature photographer on a tour of the area, filled with scenery such as the rugged Absaroka Mountains, Hayden Valley, and multiple waterfalls. Keep an eye out for resident wildlife including grizzly and black bears, gray wolves, moose, and bighorn sheep while learning about the park’s ecology and geothermal features. Keep your camera at the ready to capture the park’s spectacular imagery as you go.Once your tour concludes, settle in for leisurely ride back to Cody and drop-off at your hotel.

$250 Outdoor Activities

Yellowstone National Park Wildlife Tour from Cody, WY

Experience the beauty of Yellowstone National Park’s Upper Loop on a full-day tour from Cody, Wyoming.Get picked up from your Cody lodging and enjoy a 50-mile (80-km) ride along the Buffalo Bill Scenic Byway, claimed by many to be one of the state’s most picturesque drives. Enter the America's first national park through its east gate and get ready to explore.  Great wildlife viewing possible before you even enter the park.Yellowstone’s 2.2-million acres are home to towering peaks, stunning lakes, lush valleys, and the largest concentration of thermal features — including geysers and hot springs — on the planet. It’s Upper Loop is also one of the best places to spot wildlife in the park.Join an expert naturalist and professional nature photographer on a tour of the area, filled with scenery such as the rugged Absaroka Mountains, Hayden Valley, and multiple waterfalls. Keep an eye out for resident wildlife including grizzly and black bears, gray wolves, moose, and bighorn sheep while learning about the park’s ecology and geothermal features. Keep your camera at the ready to capture the park’s spectacular imagery as you go.Once your tour concludes, settle in for leisurely ride back to Cody and drop-off at your hotel.

$189 Sightseeing Tickets & Passes

Professionally guided tours of the Lower Loop of Yellowstone National Park

We pick up our guests in newer model vehicles at approximately 7:00 am depending on the amount of stops that morning.The tour concludes at approximately 7:00 pm.Vehicle selections depend on the size of your group.We offer Hummer tours,van tours,and transit tours.We provide private tours,group tours,step on tour services,and our regular size tour of a maximum of 9 people per 15 passenger vehicle.We insure that our guests have window seats and plenty of room for personal items,cameras,binoculars,etc.Youll be stopping at all of the most popular attractions as well as a few off the beaten path stops.We never rush our guests,this is your vacation.Whether you want to walk,hike,stroll,or sit and relax we do our best to accommodate your needs.As a traveler myself it is sometimes difficult to make the decision whether to take a tour or not (But I’m on your side).We do not sardine our guests into vehicles.We try to fit our guests with guests with similar interests,age,physical needs,etc.There are no guarantees of course,but we do our best to make your experience a comfortable and relaxing one.So let us take the guess work out of you vacation,sit back relax,and enjoy.Tour stops can vary depending on park closures,trail closures,wildlife sitings,buffalo jams,physical capabilities of the guests.Although We do stop at the most popular attractions if you feel that you can not make the specific trail,your guide will find you a nice alternative to the trec.

$119 Water Sports

A Day On The River

You check into Red Canyon River Trips office located at 1119 12th street Cody Wy 82414 at 8:45 am.This tour departs at 9:00 so please make sure that you have the correct directions.We are located next door the famous Irma Hotel in the center of town.Youll be traveling by van or bus to the put in which is half way up to Yellowstone.On your drive you’ll be seeing what Teddy Roosevelt said was the most scenic 50 miles in the Lower 48.Youll then be hitting the Northfork of the Shoshone.The Northfork is not only picturesque but has some very exciting rapids as well.Youll be taking out for lunch at the Buffalo Bill State Park.Youll be served beverages and a deli style lunch including (sandwiches on homemade bread,fresh fruit,fresh veggies,Potato chips,and a homemade brownie).After lunch you’ll take a very historic road to drop down into the Red canyon for the next part of your adventure.This section is so beautiful and has tons of rockin-n-roll rapids to keep the excitement going.Next you’ll be able to take a short break for snacks,beverages and bathroom break before heading down the final 7 miles of your trip.This section has a couple of my favorite rapids “Little Big Drop” and “Colter Falls”. Then your trip concludes back at Red Canyon at approximately 5:pm.Times may vary depending water levels.