Accessible Yellowstone & Grand Teton
Join us for an adaptive, multi-sport adventure in Yellowstone & Grand Teton! See the hidden gems of the world’s first National Park and explore the stunning beauty of the Tetons, alongside our expert trained guides.
July 16-22, 2023
Hiking & Interpretive Tours
Full day rock climbing
Half day biking
Half day rafting
Medically-trained, naturalist guides
Park entry fees
All adaptive equipment for activities
Tent, sleeping pad, and group camping equipment
All meals from dinner on day 1 through breakfast on day 7
Gratuity for your guide
Sleeping bag (available to rent for $50)
Personal camping gear (see pack list)
Financial aid available. Possible parameters for financial aid such as proof of fixed income, below or at poverty level for their residence.
The world’s oldest National Park sits atop a super-volcano and features Earth’s largest collection of geothermal features. The Tetons contain some of the oldest rock in North America – 2.7 billion-year-old metamorphic gneiss. Experience the superlative beauty of Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
Yellowstone and Grand Tetons have very extreme weather – in fact, the highest recorded difference in temperature in a 24-hour period was recorded in Montana at over 100 degrees! July can be warm and dry in the day, but cold in the evenings with highs in the 70s and lows in the 30s. It can snow any month of the year and often does!
Good Trippers can be any age but most of our travelers are in their 30s – 50s.
We get families, couples and friends, but most of our travelers come solo! We have trips for all abilities, just make sure to review the Intensity section for information about what to expect on your trip.
All public trips are 18+. If you’re traveling with kids, we’d be happy to make any itinerary private! Email email@example.com.
Intensity – Moderate
Expect to spend up to 6 hours per day walking or hiking while carrying day packs with water and snacks! Our final trails are selected based on our group’s needs and experience level.
- Two nights in accessible hotel rooms at Mountain Modern Motel
- Four nights camping in accessible campsites at Canyon Campground
- Single supplement is available for an additional $850 per person and subject to availability
You will be flying into Jackson Hole Airport. You’ll want to pick a flight that arrives before 12pm MST on the first day. Alternatively, we can collect you from your accommodation in Jackson at around 11:15am if you’ve arrived early. At the end of your trip, your guide will drop you back at Jackson Hole Airport at 12pm for your travel home (or back at your accommodation in Jackson if you’re staying on.)
Accessible Yellowstone & Grand Teton Itinerary
Your journey begins today! You’ll meet your group and expert guides in Jackson and get to know each other over lunch at a local brewery. Then, set off for a short walk to prepare you for the week. In the evening, you’ll enjoy dinner at one of our favorite local restaurants.
Meals: L, D
Make an early start in Grand Teton National Park to spot the wildlife when it’s most active. You’ll spend several hours with your naturalist guide exploring the park and looking for bears, elk, bison, pronghorn, elk, and more!
In the afternoon, you’ll spend 3 hours floating down the scenic Snake River. Adaptive equipment will be available and provided. Look our for moose and bald eagles, who are often spotted along the shores! After the float, we’ll make our way to our campsite in Yellowstone National Park.
Meals: B, L, D
Today, we’ll hit Yellowstone’s most famous features: Grand Prismatic Spring and Old Faithful. We’ll ensure all trails are accessible to the group’s needs. After enjoying the show, we’ll hit the trails for a picturesque hike! In the evening, we’ll relax at camp and tell ghost stories by the fire.
Meals: B, L, D
Early this morning, we’ll head up into the Lamar Valley, where wolves, bears, bison, and more are most active at dusk. We’ll spend some time spotting wildlife before setting off on a moderate hike, based on the group’s abilities.
Meals: B, L, D
Today, we’re in for an active day of kayaking and biking in Grand Teton National Park! All adaptive equipment is provided and bike options include tandem and hand crank cycles.
Meals: B, L, D
This morning, we’ll pack up our campsite and make our way back to Jackson for an afternoon in town. We’ll settle in our hotel tonight to sleep in cozy beds before departing tomorrow.
Meals: B, L, D
Enjoy breakfast in a lovely cafe in Jackson Hole, known for its delicious European-style pastries. Squeeze in one final hike if there is time along the Snake River before departing for the airport and bidding farewell to a new group of friends, and your adventure in The West.
Accessible Yellowstone & Grand Teton Packing List
- Required Gear
- Day pack (15-30 liters recommended)
- Luggage (can be left in the vehicle, 1 small suitcase per person)
- Sleeping bag (also available to rent), rated to 15 degrees
- Pack cover
- Reusable water bottles
- Recommended Gear and Personal Items
- Cotton or silk sleeping bag liner (optional, recommended if renting)
- Travel pillow
- Insect repellent
- Toiletries (please choose biodegradable and scent-free items)
- Small, personal first aid kit (including blister treatment)
- Small, quick dry towel
- Required Clothing
- Warm jacket (down, puffy, fleece)
- Rain jacket or shell
- Breathable wicking base layers
- Lightweight hiking pants
- Warm clothes to sleep in
- Warm hat
- Sun hat with a brim
- Wool socks (1 pair per day of trip)
- Hiking boots
- Recommended Clothing
- Rain pants
- Buff or neck scarf
- Comfortable clothes for camp
- Sandals or camp shoes
Accessible Yellowstone National Park Trip Packing List