3 Day : Jackson Hole, Grand Teton & Yellowstone National Park Explorer
Grand Teton Yellowstone National Parks
Grand Teton Mountains, Snake River, Jenny Lake, Old Faithful and numerous other thermal features, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, Hayden Valley, and more.
Explore Jackson Hole and it’s famous art scene including galleries, fine food and music. A short ride to Teton Village will give you the best view of the valley on the Jackson Hole Mountain Resort’s Aerial Tram. Afterwords, we’ll begin our travels north to experience our two national parks.
Kelly Inn, West Yellowstone, MT
Fake Copy Grand Teton Mountains, Snake River, Jenny Lake, Old Faithful and numerous other thermal features, Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, Hayden Valley.
From West Yellowstone, we’ll travel to all of the highlights of Yellowstone’s Old Faithful, Canyon of the Yellowstone, Mammoth Hot Springs, Hayden Valley, and more. You’ll enjoy lunch at the historic Old Faithful Lodge and then explore the various thermal features while heading north through some of the most scenic and wildlife populated areas of the park.
Sage Lodge, Pray, MT
Luxurious resort nestled between two mountain ranges above the Yellowstone River; a place where you can engage fully with the natural elements of Montana. (spa)
Our return trip to Jackson Hole will include a morning tour through Yellowstone where we can get a second look at any of your favorite spots. As we travel through the John D. Rockefeller Memorial Parkway, we’ll stop for lunch at the Headwaters Lodge at Flagg Ranch. Afterwards, we’ll capture all of the highlights of Grand Teton National Park including the Jackson Lake Dam, Jenny Lake overlook, and Oxbow Bend.
• Comfortable tour vehicle with guaranteed window seat
• Two nights’ lodging in a gateway town to Yellowstone
• Knowledgeable experienced guides
• Access to binoculars, scopes and field guides
• Certain designated included meals
What to Bring
Weather appropriate clothing, your camera, and your sense of adventure!
What to Wear
Weather in the mountains can be hot during the day and cool very quickly in the evening. Be sure to check the weather prior to your trip and bring weather-appropriate clothing. This may include rain jacket, warm outer layers, durable footwear, hat & gloves, and sunglasses.
Many of our trips include premium wines and/or craft beers. You must be 21+ and have your photo ID with you to consume alcohol.
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