Yellowstone Custom Multi-Day Adventures

Yellowstone is huge, and at over 2.2 Million acres we recommend taking several days to truly explore the World’s First National Park. Plus more days in the park lead to more opportunities to see rare wildlife like wolves, bears, moose, and mountain goats.

Guides of Jackson Hole is pleased to offer custom tailored multi-day adventures in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National parks ranging from 2days/1night to week long excursions. We work with each client to co-create an ideal experience based on your desires.

From casual to strenuous activities, from history to wildlife watching to geology – we got you covered.

Whether it is your first time or your 100th, let us co-create the Yellowstone trip of a lifetime for you. Call or email us anytime to discuss details and begin planning your next adventure.

At 308 feet tall, the Lower Falls of the Yellowstone River is the tallest in the park and an incredible sight to see. We explore this awesome place, along with many other breathtaking vistas on our all-day and multi-day Yellowstone tours. (c) Trevor Bloom

Here is an example of a possible 4day/3night experience:

Day 1: Grand Teton Dusk Adventure

Your adventure begins on an evening wildlife safari in Grand Teton National Park!  This afternoon will be filled with wildlife viewing in the vast expanse of Grand Teton National Park.

Animals commonly seen during this portion of the tour are bison, moose, bald eagles, pronghorn, coyotes, and mule deer.

Keep your eyes open and cameras at the ready for possible bear sightings as well!

Hotel in Jackson Hole, Wyoming

Day 2: Grand Teton & Yellowstone Wildlife

We will depart early from Jackson Hole, Wyoming, explore more of Grand Teton National Park, and head into Yellowstone National Park.

Early morning wildlife sightings will abound in Grand Teton and Yellowstone!  We will stop to observe wildlife which may include grizzly and black bear, eagles, elk, bison, wolves, pronghorn and moose.

This day will also be filled with history, park landmarks, and world-famous scenery. We will be seeing Oxbow Bend, Yellowstone Lake, West Thumb Geyser Basin, and Hayden Valley today.  We end our day just outside Yellowstone’s east gate along the banks of the North Fork of the Shoshone River.

Pahaska Tepee Cabins in Cody, Wyoming
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Day 3: Yellowstone Wildlife & Scenic Upper Loop Adventure

We begin early again and start making our way to the home of the first re-introduced wolves of Yellowstone.

We will visit the beautiful Lower Falls of Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, Hayden Valley, Dunraven Pass, and Lamar Valley.

We will have a great chance of seeing grizzly and black bear, wolves, coyotes, eagles, elk, bison, mule deer, bighorn sheep and much more!

Super 8 in Cooke City, Montana
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Day 4: Wildlife Viewing in the “American Serengeti” & Old Faithful

The final day of touring will primarily focus on the major wildlife (wolves and grizzlies) in Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley and the famous Yellowstone geyser basins.

We will walk around the boardwalks at Mammoth Hot Springs, Fountain Paint Pots and Mud Pots, and the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser!

Guests will have time to explore and shop at The Old Faithful Inn as well before we make our way back to Jackson Hole, Wyoming.

Yellowstone National Park is one of the only places on earth where you can see grizzly bears – and is certainly the only place accessible on earth where you have the opportunity to see grizzly bears in front of thermal features like this mudpot near Mud Volcano.

Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone are some of the few places where American bison still roam free. Wild bison were once common across all of North America.

Old Faithful may be the most famous geyser in the entire world, and it does live up to its fame. Eruptions occur approximately every 88 minutes and can reach heights of over 160 feet.

Grand Prismatic Spring is the largest hotspring in Yellowstone National Park. The beautiful colors of this feature are caused by millions of cyanobacteria – living organisms that, similar to plants, make energy from the sun to live. These cyanobacteria are classified as “thermophiles” meaning heat loving and can survive temperatures of nearly 180F or 95C. The different colors correspond to different communities of bacteria that can survive different levels of heat.

Moose are common in Grand Teton National Park, yet very rare in Yellowstone. This is largely due to the massive 1988 wildfire that burned over 30% of the park in just one summer. On our tours we not only find the best wildlife watching opportunities, we also explain the natural history of the region tying in ecology, geology, human history and more.

Hiking is fun for the whole family. On multi-day trips there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy hikes in Yellowstone and surrounding regions. Fun fact, less than 5% of visitors to Yellowstone venture more than 1-mile from a road.

Finding good wildlife viewing opportunities takes time and patience. A multi-day trip to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Park increases your odds of seeing wildlife, taking incredible photos, and making memories that last a life time.

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