Exclusively for the Individual Traveler! Take one full day to explore America's first national park, Yellowstone. Sit back, relax and enjoy the view.
This van tour travels from the prairies to the Beartooth Mountain Range, that is home to 20 mountain peaks, over 12,000 feet high, and 10,000 mountain lakes. Your scenic shuttle will take you across ancient paths of great Indian chiefs and warriors, notorious explorers, and mountain men. Enjoy,short hikes to the Old Faithful Geyer, hot springs, and Artist Point. There will be ample time for wildlife viewing and photo opportunities so you are sure to go home with another experience of a lifetime to add to your Montana memories. This tour includes a lunch stop at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone. No famous attraction will be missed! Not to mention the many animals we greet along the way
- Old Faithful Geyser
- Geyser Basin
- Yellowstone Lake
- Artist Point
- Grand Canyon of Yellowstone
- Chief Joseph Scenic Highway
- Cody, Wyoming
- Buffalo Bill Dam
Small Van Tour Schedule for 2011
- Depart every Friday morning in June, July, and August. May and September trips available on request
- Departure time: 6:00am
- Return time: 8:30pm
- Price (based on four adult minimum)
- $296 per adult
- $200 per Child 3-12 years old
- Children under 3 years old are free!
Per person rate does include entrance fees, lodging pickup and guide service. The rate does not include lunch or gratuity.
If Yellowstone is out of your range because of time, then the Beartooth highway- "the most beautiful roadway in American" said by On the Road correspondent Charles Kuralt, the Beartooth Highway climbs to an astounding 10,947 feet above sea level. Since it's completion in 1936, the highway has awed visitors with it astonishing views of one of the most rugged and wild areas in the lower 48 states. This 6 hour day trip gives you the experience of viewing snow-capped peaks, snow fields, glaciers, and plateaus blanketed with tiny wildflowers. Many stops along the way for photo shots and play in the snow. We will stop at the historic mountain village of Red Lodge. This town offers shopping and foods to represent the many ethic groups that traveled to mine coal, ranch and farm. You will hear stories of the Crow Indians, the mountain men, coal miners, Pony Express riders, world famous cowboys and cowgirls.
Adventures to enchance these tours can be horseback riding or a trip to to the Wild Mustangs , Custer Battlefield, and Saddles to Paddles.