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Day 1: Jackson Hole for 2 nights
Pick up car at Jackson Hole airport, Ford Escape OR SIMILAR | SUV CLASS, automatic, unlimited mileage, basic coverage
National Park Pass with unlimited entry included
Accommodation at Hotel the Rustic Inn Creekside****
Live in the lap of luxury at the Rustic Inn Creekside Resort and Spa at Jackson Hole. This palatial resort features exclusive amenities, outdoor pool and Jacuzzi, daily breakfast buffet, fitness center, and a 2,300 square foot spa. Accommodation choices include spacious guest rooms, private cabins and luxury spa suites.
The onsite restaurant offers locally-sourced, seasonal menus, and an extensive wine list. For adventure seekers, the resort is just a short drive from the south entrance of the nation’s first National Park, and guests can also purchase ski passes, rentals for ski equipment, storage, and bikes on site.
Nestled in a western Wyoming valley, Jackson Hole is an ideal place where to start your trip and get acquainted.
Rest of the day at leisure
You should step through Jackson’s elk antler arches
Ride the gondola. The 12 minute ride in a safe and private gondola cabin whisks you over 2,700 vertical feet above the valley floor.
A visit of the National Museum of Wildlife Art is also a must. Perched above the National Elk Refuge and two miles from the Grand Teton National Park entrance, the National Museum of Wildlife Art features more than 5,000 items of animal art.
2 hour Via Ferrata introduction climbing with a guide
Your guide will help determine the best routes for your tour.
The Jackson Hole Via Ferrata is perfect for beginners looking for a taste of the alpine as well as more-experienced folks. It is on a protected trail or climbing route to make passage easier and more secure. Steel cables, handles and ladder rungs are installed in places where the trail steepens.
Participants are secured to the rock by wearing a special harness that attaches to the steel cable. Our Via Ferrata guides will accompany you on your alpine adventure.
tours include guide, harness, lanyards, helmet, shoes and water bottle.
2 hour Kayak Tour on Jackson Lake in the afternoon
Enjoy the quietness and inspiring solitude of Jackson Lake.
Get close to wildlife. Kayaking lets you explore the lake much faster than hiking.
Day 3: Grand Teton for 3 nights
Move to Grand Teton National Park
The Grand Tetons rise straight up, with no foothills. They are jagged. They preside.
Seven of the range’s peaks top 11,000 feet; Grand Teton itself stands at 13,770 feet.
Accommodation at Jenny Lake Lodge***
Offering an on-site bar and a restaurant that serves daily gourmet breakfast, lunch and nightly five-course dinner, Jenny Lake Lodge is located in Grand Teton National Park. Each rustic cottage includes a private entrance.
Cottages a Jenny Lake lodge include custom wood furnishings and a relaxing front patio complete with furniture. Cottages include a coffee machine and a private bathroom with a hairdryer and guest bathrobes.
Shops are located on-site at this lodge. Daily guided horseback excursions to Grand Teton National Park and unlimited bicycle rentals are offered to guests.
Private intermediate hike with a naturalist and lunch provided
Moderate to Strenuous
In the company of a private guide, you will discover the stunning southern Tetons.
After a three mile scenic trail, you will find amazing views of the Grand Teton and the surrounding wilderness and climb to 2,000′ elevation.
You will make a stop for lunch and if you and the weather are up to it, you will continue uphill to 10,000′ and possibly find snow.
Duration 8:30 am to 3:30 pm. Lunch and equipment included.
2 hour Horseback Ride
This two-hour ride provides opportunities for viewing the stunning Grand Teton Mountain Range, and travels past Heron Pond and Swan Lake, winds through lodgepole pine forests, and ends in a meadow with iconic views, ideal for pictures.
Day at leisure for a scenic loop drive
The loop is comprised of the Teton Park Road, the Jenny Lake Scenic Drive (one way), and Highway 89. Along this drive you’ll be able to visit Jenny Lake, the Craig Thomas Visitor Center in Moose, Schwabacher’s Landing, Snake River Overlook, Cunningham Cabin, Oxbow Bend, the Signal Mounain Summit Road, and so much more.
Grand Teton wildlife viewing is regularly referred to some of the best in the US. Bear, Bison, Moose, Elk, Pronghorn, Eagles, and more are regularly seen throughout the park. Looking for the best place to see bears in Grand Teton National Park? These places change regularly, and your best option is to ask at a Visitor Center or Activity Desk once you are in the park.
The Activity Desk at Jackson Lake Lodge keeps a log of recent animal sightings. However, some of the best spots for wildlife viewing generally are the Willow Flats in front of Jackson Lake Lodge, Oxbow Bend, Elk Ranch Flats, and Moose.
Day 6: Yellowstone for 3 nights
Drive to Yellowstone about 2h30 minutes drive
Head to Mammoth Hot Springs, Fort Yellowstone, Tower Falls. ,
1 deluxe tent Under Canvas taxes included
Located just 10 minutes from Yellowstone National Park’s West Entrance, Under Canvas Yellowstone serves as gateway to Montana’s unique hydrothermal and geologic wonders, diverse wildlife and boundless means of outdoor recreation near America’s oldest national park. With uninterrupted views of Montana’s picturesque landscape, Under Canvas’ safari-inspired glamping destination offers travelers a one-of-a-kind outdoor experience while discovering the wonders of Yellowstone.
King size bed with luxurious linens
Private bathroom complete with shower, sink & flushing toilet
Wood burning stove with complimentary firewood
Private adjacent Hive with 2 twin beds
Accommodation at Old Faithful Inn
The Old Faithful Inn is one of the most popular lodging facilities at Yellowstone National Park. Ideally located within view of the world-famous Old Faithful Geyser, this lodge offers many highlights and advantages you won’t find anywhere else. The inn has more than 300 rooms available, including newly renovated suites and premium rooms that combine old-fashioned and modern characteristics indicative of Yellowstone’s history.
Evening Wildlife encounter tour
If you’d like to explore some of the high meadows of Yellowstone Park and perhaps glimpse some of the wildlife that frequent them, come along on this 4-hour tour.
We’ll depart Mammoth Hot Springs Hotel in a Historic Yellow Bus and head to the Tower-Roosevelt area. All our guides keep themselves informed as to where the wild things have been frequenting lately, but as the animals may roam where they wish, there is always an element of chance involved. Depending upon what you find, the tour may continue as far as the near side of Lamar Valley before turning for home. But in any case, it will be a fun trip on Yellowstone’s Northern Range!
Private Geothermal & Hiking Tour with picnic included
This fun tour day will focus on the west side of the Lower Loop road, exploring and experiencing Geysers, Mud pots, Hot springs and Fumaroles (gas vents). Yellowstone national park was created because of how unique to our planet these hot, steaming, bubbling thermal features are and that curious people can safely explore some of the 10,000 Yellowstone geo-thermals. Our guides will craft a day for all ages to experience and enjoy. Lunch will either be picnic-style or at the Historic Old Faithful Inn, built in 1904. We will witness the might of the Yellowstone Caldera, watch Old Faithful Geyser erupt, marvel at the intense colored Extremophiles and much more. This day can include longer hikes through geyser basins and other backcountry locations few have seen. Of course we will stop to enjoy wildlife viewing opportunities!
Includes: Trail snacks and a picnic lunch, Use of a top of the line, technical day pack , Use of trekking poles
Day at leisure to explore on own
You could go and hike Slough Creek, Specimen Ridge, Petrified Forest or Dunraven Pass
Explore Yellowstone lake and river, Sylvan Pass and/or Mount Washburn.
There are some stunning hikes along of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone –waterfalls & spot wildlife in the Hayden Valley.
The animals are osprey, ravens, elk, antelope, bears, wolves and buffalo that roam freely in this awesome national park.
Drop off car at Jackson Hole airport
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