Experience some of America's most dramatic scenery as you take leisurely hikes through historic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, renowned for plentiful wildlife and geological features ranging from panoramic mountains to waterfalls, geysers, and hot springs.

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 The landscape of the Grand Tetons. Credit: Megan Lorenz  A black bear in Yellowstone National Park  Elk in Yellowstone National Park  Bison in Yellowstone National Park  Curious red fox, Yellowstone National Park  Gray wolf, Yellowstone National Park  Raptor perched on a tree, Yellowstone National Park  Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Heather Simko  Yellowstone National Park. Credit: Inger Stewart  One of many Yellowstone geysers  Imperial Geyser, Yellowstone National Park. Credit: John Harris  Lupines meadow near Grand Teton National Park. Credit: Mary Liz Austin/Alamy  Herd of bison with Grand Tetons in the background. Credit: Marco Crupi  Grand Canyon of Yellowstone   Iconic view of the Grand Tetons. Credit: Ben Hallissy  Teton National Park and the Snake River

Yellowstone and Grand Teton Adventure

7 days from $4,345

Experience some of America's most dramatic scenery as you take leisurely hikes through historic Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks, renowned for plentiful wildlife and geological features ranging from panoramic mountains to waterfalls, geysers, and hot springs.

or Call 855-330-1542

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WHAT OUR TRAVELERS SAY

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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Sep 21 - 27, 2017 Departure
Hobie Hare

Hobie Hare

Hobie Hare lives in Missoula, Montana, which serves as base camp for his photography, writing, conservation and adventure-minded pursuits. Hobie worked as an interpretive Yellowstone National Park ranger for eight seasons, including one winter spent in the heart of the park at Fishing Bridge, which he describes as “magical.” Hobie also spent six seasons as an instructor and naturalist guide with the Yellowstone Association Institute.

Hobie enjoys sharing his knowledge of and passion for the world’s first national park with people of all ages and backgrounds. Before becoming a park ranger he taught English as a Second Language and first-year seminar courses at Montana State University in Bozeman, and he has also lived and worked in Costa Rica, Thailand, Japan, Venezuela, and Australia.