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Yellowstone does not get any more magical than in January. Show, silence, animals, geysers, mountains, majesty, and peace. No other time can you sit on the side of the road for an hour watching buffalo, coyotes, bald eagle, trumpeter swans, and other animals and hear...More
We spend 2-days with a bear biologist in the Lamar Valley and Central Yellowstone. It was incredible and there is no way we would have had the same Yellowstone experience if we had not spent time with Garrett. We saw wolves, bears, peregrine, ospreys, prong...More
For two of our six days visiting Yellowstone we splurged and hired a private guide from the Yellowstone Institute. Both of our guides (Ty and Chelsea) did a wonderful job. They were knowledgeable about a wide range of park phenomenon and history; explained things in...More
Hit all major sites, found parking, hiked
Friday: fountain paint pot, grand prismatic, old faithful, stay at inn
Day2: old faithful, Norris geyser basin, mammoth hot springs, Grand Canyon, Hayden valley, lake Yellowstone, grant village
Day 3: grand Teton national park
Elizabeth (wish I could remember her last name, trail name on AT was Sketcher I think...), anyway - we did a full day tour with her and it was simply remarkable. Included visit to a secluded stream and pond where we saw cutthroat trout running...More
We took the day-long Tour of the Northern Range with Amanda, and it was awesome! You have to be prepared to get up early and it is a full day, so I wouldn't take it with very young children. You have to be patient in...More
We did the 4 night three full day wolf and bear program out of Monmouth Hot Springs. Our guide, Josh, was absolutely fantastic. He was so knowledgeable, insightful, and such a wonderful teacher in addition to being fun to spend time with. We saw so...More
We had a personal tour guide for one of our days at Yellowstone. That day was the highlight of our trip--knowing we were being led by an expert with super sharp eyes that found things we would have missed. We were able to view wolves...More
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We did the yellowstone for families tour and they actually loaned out digital cameras to the kids to take pictures during the tour and at the end of the four days we shared our best pictures. So yes there was plenty of time... More
We did the yellowstone for families tour and they actually loaned out digital cameras to the kids to take pictures during the tour and at the end of the four days we shared our best pictures. So yes there was plenty of time to take pictures.