Travel to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks​ where you'll enjoy an action-packed, family-friendly journey to experience some of America's most dramatic scenery. Plus, enjoy a ranch stay at a historic Montana guest ranch.

Starting at: $4,995 Make a Reservation Ask Us A Question or Call 855-330-1542
 One of many fun ranch activities  Horseback riding during the ranch stay  Bear with cubs  The elusive wolf  Curious red fox  Raptor perched on a tree  Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Inger Stewart  Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Heather Simko  Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone   One of many Yellowstone geysers  Teton National Park and the Snake River  Teton Range in Wyoming.  Credit: Patrick Wagner  Herd of bison with Grand Tetons in the background. Credit: Marco Crupi

Yellowstone and the Tetons: A Family Journey

Featuring a Montana Ranch Stay

7 days from $4,995

Travel to Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks​ where you'll enjoy an action-packed, family-friendly journey to experience some of America's most dramatic scenery. Plus, enjoy a ranch stay at a historic Montana guest ranch.

or Call 855-330-1542

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This summer adventure in Yellowstone and the Grand Tetons provided a spectacular opportunity to marvel at the amazing landscapes and incredible wildlife offered in both parks. I became lost in the beauty of every moment. A wondrous trip! 

- Dawn C.

Can't say enough about what a wonderful experience this was for myself and my daughter. The sights, expected and unexpected. We tend to forget what a treasure our National Parks provide for us. I am truly grateful for this opportunity. 

- Mary B.


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320 Ranch

Gallatin Gateway, Montana, United States

The 320 Ranch sits nestled at the foot of the Gallatin Mountains with the Gallatin River flowing by, just five miles from the northwest corner of Yellowstone National Park. The ranch was homesteaded in 1898, and has been a working ranch since 1905, where cattle and horses were raised. In 1936, Dr. Caroline McGill, Montana’s first female physician and founder of Bozeman’s excellent Museum of the Rockies, purchased the ranch. Dr. McGill owned the ranch until 1959, when she passed away in her Christmas Cabin. The option to purchase the ranch was willed to her friends the Goodrich Family, who took the opportunity, managing it until 1987, when it was sold to the current owner, Dave Brask.

The ranch offers a variety of cabin accommodations, each decorated in western style with a television, telephone, coffee maker, hair dryer, iron, and ironing board. Onsite, you’ll find a dining facility, bar, gift shop, small game room, outdoor hot tub, and coin-operated laundry. There is complimentary WiFi available throughout the property. Cell service is not available.

Hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, and barbecues are available on the ranch during the summer months, and in winter, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, snowmobiling, dog sledding and more is available on the ranch with downhill skiing available nearby. 

Number of nights: 2

Old Faithful Inn (June 25, 2021 Departure Only)

Yellowstone National Park, United States

The Old Faithful Inn is one of the park’s original hotels, designed by a young architect, Robert C. Reamer, in 1902. The inn is a rustic structure built of native materials including logs from the surrounding forests and stone quarried from a hill five miles away. Construction began in 1903 and continued through the long, cold winter of 1903-04 in order to be completed by the time the park opened in the spring of 1904. The original building had 140 rooms, and additions designed by Reamer were completed in 1913 and 1928, bringing the total number to 230.

The most striking design element of the hotel is its atrium lobby, 85-feet high, with beautiful fir and walnut floors. A massive stone fireplace with eight hearths is the focal point of the inn’s lobby, built using 500 tons of stone. Mr. Reamer also designed the clock on the fireplace and the copper light fixtures, all of which were produced on site Surrounding the lobby, are overhanging, second-floor balconies – a favorite place to settle in to a chair and watch the buzz of activity below!

Number of nights: 2

Old Faithful Snow Lodge (July 18, 2021 Departure Only)

Yellowstone National Park, United States

Completed in 1999, the Old Faithful Snow Lodge is the newest of the park’s full service hotels, and has been recognized with the Cody Award for Western Design and Travel and Leisure’s Inn of the Month. The heavy timber construction, exterior log columns, and cedar shingle roof are part of the design that is destined to make the Snow Lodge a significant example of classic “parkitecture.” The Snow Lodge also features a full-service dining room, quick service “Geyser Grill,” and the charming Bear Den Gift Store.

Number of nights: 2

Rustic Inn

Jackson Hole, Wyoming, United States

The Rustic Inn sits on seven pristine acres and just a short walk from the heart of downtown Jackson with views to the National Elk Refuge, where thousands of elk congregate each winter. The inn has 152 sumptuously appointed guest rooms each offering flat-panel cable television, telephone, air conditioning, hair dryer, iron and ironing board, and complimentary Wi-Fi. There is an outdoor heated pool, hot tub and landscaped trails that follow Flat Creek. There is the Rustic Inn Bistro for dining, a casual bar for refreshments, and a patio with a fire pit (weather permitting) on site for taking in the views.

Number of nights: 2