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Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks

 

Join us on a guided tour! Visiting Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks is an unforgettable experience.

Day Tours & Hikes

Day-Long Private & Small Group Experiences

Go beyond the guide books and experience the parks through expert eyes. Book a day trip with a world class guide to show the best the parks have to offer to you, your family, or your small group. With your own dedicated guide, your trip can be catered to your exact interests and needs. After all, we’re all about creating good trips for every human.

Good Trip Adventures is an Authorized Permittee of Grand Teton National Park.

From $1175 per group

Enjoy a full-day tour of Grand Teton National Park, stopping at mountain vistas, alpine lakes and meadows, and more.

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From $1050 per group

Spend a half-day in Grand Teton, biking along sagebrush-lined backroads to historic homesteads, scenic vistas, and more!

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From $1175 per group

Spend the day in Yellowstone National Park, touring geothermal features, spotting wildlife, and hitting the trails.

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From $1175 per group

Spend a full day on the trails of Yellowstone! This tour will be based around 1-2 moderate hikes, tailored to you, over the course of a full day.

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$279 per person

Enjoy a small-group tour of Grand Teton National Park, stopping at mountain vistas, alpine lakes, meadows, and more.

 

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$279 per person

Spend the day touring geothermal features, spotting wildlife, and hitting the trails. Tour departs from West Yellowstone.

 

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$279 per person

Spend the day touring geothermal features, spotting wildlife, and hitting the trails. Tour departs from Chico Hot Springs.

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$279 per person

Spend the day touring geothermal features, spotting wildlife, and hitting the trails. Tour departs from Chico Hot Springs.

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Group Multi-Day Trips

Link Up with other explorers on these multi-day adventures

Join us for any of our public trip offerings! Meet other adventure-oriented folks from across the globe on the trip of a lifetime, from long backpacking trips to grounded wellness experiences. Explore hidden gems and glorious vistas with the best guides around. Because you know you deserve a Good Trip.

$2950 per person

June 22 – 27, 2024
August 19 – 24, 2024

See the hidden gems of the world’s first National Park and explore the stunning beauty of the Tetons!

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$1450 per person

July 23 – 26, 2024

Experience true backcountry as you hike along the Sky Rim Trail in Yellowstone National Park.

 

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$2450 per person

August 18 – 24, 2024 – SOLD OUT!

Explore Yellowstone’s backcountry in one of the most remote places in the United States.

 

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$1450 per person

September 1-4, 2024

An introduction to backpacking in an off-the-beaten-path thermal basin with more geysers than Iceland!

 

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Custom Private Itineraries

Didn’t see what you were looking for? Book a Custom trip for The perfectly planned adventure.

We offer custom itineraries for families, friends, and corporate groups. Whether you want to camp in the backcountry or enjoy day trips while sleeping in comfortable hotels, we can plan the perfect adventure for your group! Explore some of our sample itineraries and contact us so we can plan your dream vacation!

This Region

National Parks

Testimonials

FAQ’S

Region Overview

The Rockies feature an array of stunning scenery: from the snow-covered mountains of Rocky Mountain and Grand Teton National Parks, to the the otherworldly, volcanic beauty of Yellowstone, the turquoise lakes of Glacier National Park, and the Badlands of South Dakota.

 

Our trips explore the geological, ecological, and human histories of these diverse lands.

Grand Teton National Park

The Tetons contain some of the oldest rock in North America – 2.7 billion-year-old metamorphic gneiss. Although the mountains themselves are much younger, their jagged beauty has been inspiring people for thousands of years.

Yellowstone National Park

The Tetons contain some of the oldest rock in North America – 2.7 billion-year-old metamorphic gneiss. Although the mountains themselves are much younger, their jagged beauty has been inspiring people for thousands of years.

Yellowstone & Grand Teton FAQ’s

 

Your Trip Questions Answered!
When is the best time to visit?

Yellowstone and Grand Teton’s weather is most predictable between mid-June and early September, and that is also peak tourist season. Yellowstone & Grand Teton are a winter wonderland during the colder months. While most park roads are closed to vehicles, visitors can explore from the north entrance of Yellowstone by car and snowshoe, and the rest of the park by snowcoach, snowmobile, or cross-country skiing. Grand Teton’s main road is open, but vehicle access to Jenny Lake is closed. Winter offers unique opportunities for wildlife watching, especially for spotting wolves and other cold-weather animals.

What will the weather be like?

In Yellowstone & Grand Teton National Parks, the weather varies dramatically depending on the season and elevation. Summers are generally mild to warm, with daytime temperatures averaging in the 70s F, but can occasionally reach into the 80s F. Winters are cold and snowy, with temperatures often dropping below freezing and heavy snowfall common, especially at higher elevations. Spring and fall bring fluctuating weather conditions, including chilly mornings and evenings, with daytime temperatures ranging from the 40s to 60s Fahrenheit. Visitors should be prepared for rapid weather changes and dress in layers accordingly throughout the year.

What highlights might I see?
  • Yellowstone National Park is renowned for its geothermal wonders, including the iconic Old Faithful geyser, Grand Prismatic Spring, and Mammoth Hot Springs, as well as stunning features like the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and the incredible wildlife of the Lamar and Hayden Valleys. 
  • Grand Teton National Park boasts dramatic mountain peaks towering over alpine lakes, offering breathtaking vistas and unparalleled opportunities for outdoor recreation such as hiking, wildlife watching, and scenic drives along the iconic Teton Range.
Will I see any wildlife?

Animals like bison, elk, pronghorn, grizzly and black bear, moose, wolves, coyotes, foxes, and so much more call Yellowstone and Grand Teton home. Although wildlife sightings are never guaranteed, our guides understand the habits and habitats of these animals, which will help your chances of an encounter!

Should I combine this trip with another National Park?

Yellowstone & Grand Teton can easily be combined with Glacier National Park, the Badlands, or Arches & Canyonlands!

Are there any regulations I should know about?

Yellowstone does not require vehicle reservations or timed entry. While the north entrance is open year round, many park roads are only open to oversnow traffic in the winter.

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