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Join us during summer months for a guided tour of Grand Teton or Yellowstone National Park. Grand Teton National Park is home to many spectacular wild animals including bison, moose, bears, bald eagles, and more, not to mention amazing landscapes...more
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We did a mid day ATV tour. Our tour guide Tim was awesome! He knew the area, and took the time to share his knowledge. The sights were beautiful through the Teton are mountain range. I traveled with my husband, 2 young adult daughters and...More
We had 14 people in two vehicles for evening tour. Ryan and Tim were the best. Extremely knowledgeable. We saw a lot of wildlife, including bear, elk, bison and mule deer. Want to return for snowmobile tour into Yellowstone.
We had such a good time on the half day side-by-side tour. Our guide, Ryan, was very friendly and knowledgable about the region and the wildlife. He was accommodating in offering to slow down or speed up depending on our comfort level, but we were...More
We ended up renting a side by side for 8 hours. It was completely worth it, because we were able to ride to all of the places on the map that they had provided. The trails in the forest are a little difficult to figure...More
Our guide James was awesome. Fun, knowledgeable and patient. We had 2 boys (early 20s) with us and they loved it. You will get dirty (dust from the trails) so dress appropriately, but well worth the experience. We went in the middle of the day,...More
Our tour guide Ryan was super nice. He delighted us with animal facts and tidbits about the park and region. Visited popular spots and got glimpses of elk, moose, pronghorn, bison, black bear and even a marmot. Overall, this animal focused tour was what we...More
Had a great ATV experience on the elk Refuge with Ryan H our guide would recommend to anyone wanting to experience a true Safari.
Ryan was very experienced with knowledge of animals,Terrain, history of park.
We had a good experience- we saw a black bear, pronghorn and bald eagle. Our guide was very knowledgeable and nice and
stopped several times so we could take pictures. He specifically asked what we wanted to see and did his best to make it...More
Ryan and Cody were great guides. Very knowledgeable and accommodating. This was the best way to see Yellowstone. The bus we had was super comfortable and fit our group of 13 nicely. I would highly recommend using Scenic Safaris tour of Yellowstone.
If you are planning to walk round town there is not much stair climbing in town. The town area is not real large it is on the small town size. Everyone in town is pleasant and friendly. A few businesses have some stairs but... More
If you are planning to walk round town there is not much stair climbing in town. The town area is not real large it is on the small town size. Everyone in town is pleasant and friendly. A few businesses have some stairs but not all of them. As for site seeing in the area you will be out in the National Park either on dirt trails and roadways. Also if you are taking any site seeing tours I recommend reading up on the companies they list on their web sites what you will encounter on your trip. If going to Yellowstone you will have some stair climbing depending on which thermo features you visit. If going to the Upper & Lower Falls there is stair climbing there.
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I don't know how you propose to get to Flagg. We booked a tour from Jackson. The tour company with the guide also being the driver of the van and leader of the snow mobile group picks you up at your hotel in Jackson between... More
I don't know how you propose to get to Flagg. We booked a tour from Jackson. The tour company with the guide also being the driver of the van and leader of the snow mobile group picks you up at your hotel in Jackson between 6 and 7 am . It's about 90 minutes to Flagg and there after a hot breakfast you get kitted out with an all in one snow suit, boots, helmet ( quite heavy) and gloves if necessary. It's also advisable to take a balaclava, snow goggles , sun glasses and hand and toe warmer packs as the tour is about 6 hours on the snow mobiles and it can be VERY cold. Yes there is room for a duffel bag on the bag of the machine. The suit goes over everything including your overcoat or ski jacket. I was very warm for most of the time except my hands did get cold at the end but the handle bars for the driver and passenger are heated ( or supposed to be). Its a long day but very thrilling and a great experience. Don't plan anything strenuous for the next day as you may feel pretty wrecked!