Yellowstone has over 900 miles (1,450 km) of trails in a variety of habitats, from lush pine forests to stark thermal basins, from steep mountain treks to casual strolls along boardwalks. Take a closer look by getting off the beaten path and onto a trail. We customize your half-day or full-day Yellowstone guided hikes according to your preferences, group abilities, time of year, weather, and trail conditions.
Our guides carry bear spray and are trained in trail safety in bear country. We take grizzly bears seriously!
Tours can be adapted to accommodate all ages and abilities. Please let us know at the time of booking if you have specific needs.
When booking a hike, please specify the level of difficulty you prefer. Remember! Yellowstone is in the Rocky Mountains. The minimum starting elevation will be about 6000 feet above sea level, and we go up from there.
- ● Easy: Up to 3 miles on flat terrain, with little or no elevation gain. May include boardwalks or stairs.
- ● Moderate: 3-6 miles on rocky terrain with up to 800 feet elevation gain.
- ● Moderately Strenuous: 6-8 miles on rocky terrain with up to 1000 feet elevation gain.
- ● Strenuous: Over 8 miles on rocky terrain, possibly off trail, with steep inclines and possibly over 1000 feet in elevation gain
Half Day Hike (5 hrs)
Full Day Hike (8 hrs)
|North Entrance: Gardiner/Mammoth||$350 (+ $20/person)||$450 (+ $30/person)|
|Tower-Roosevelt or Lamar Valley||$400 (+ $20/person)||$500 (+ $30/person)|
|Canyon, Hayden Valley, or Norris||$450 (+ $20/person)||$550 (+ $30/person)|
Yellowstone Day Hikes with Llamas (June-September)
$250 per person based on a minimum of 4 participants. Please contact us for smaller parties.
Rate incudes picnic lunch, beverages, and llamas!
To reduce the risk of Covid-19 spread and keep everyone safe during our trips, the National Park Service requires that masks be worn at all times when you are inside the vehicle with your guide. If you would prefer to follow your guide in your own vehicle, we can supply walkie talkies to accommodate you.
Please remember to bring clothing layers! It is not uncommon to have 60 degree (F) temperature changes in one day. In the winter, that could mean a change from -20 to +40 degrees (F). In summer, we could start the morning below freezing, and end the day in short sleeves. Be prepared!
Yellowstone has a dry, high-elevation climate, where it is difficult to stay hydrated at any time of year. It is important to drink lots of water in this environment. Be sure to have a water bottle with you. We provide water for refills in the field.
Park entrance fees are not included. Entrance fees are $20 per person or $35 per family, and are good for one week. Annual passes are also available. Please see Yellowstone's website: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/fees.htm or a park entrance kiosk for more information.
We strive to make tours in Yellowstone National Park accessible to all. We are happy to help you navigate the obstacles that will be encountered in the remote wilderness nature of this special place. If you are considering a tour and have specific needs, please let us know. We have experience guiding wheelchair users and others with a variety of needs. For more information about accessibility in Yellowstone, please see the Yellowstone National Park website at the following link: https://www.nps.gov/yell/planyourvisit/accessibility.htm
Gratuity is not included.