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Reviving Lost Senses of Life
That refers to life, all of the creatures and plants, that are living in such a vast area that is undeveloped, like this National Park.
Now, why do you think that people from towns and cities across America come to Yellowstone? There are crowds when you do things the normal mainstream way, at one of the Park’s four entrances — but crowds are avoided by those who use certified guides. The main reason, when you dig a little bit into the matter, that people come here is that some natural danger is somehow welcome to the human mind.
When people enter Yellowstone, they will begin to see very ‘picturesque‘ sights. As they venture farther into the wilderness, farther from their cars and the highway system that could lead them home, a more ‘sublime’ feeling will come on.
Sublime in this way means that something is so beautiful it shakes the soul, and scares the senses with its beauty — these sights often require risk over dangerous routes to reach. When we are starved for sublime experiences in life, generally, our overall experience may become too routine, like we are machines rather than human-animals.
People who come to Yellowstone and enter its sublime wilds, as well as countless beautiful settings closer to the edges of the Park, revive their senses and instincts and basic drives. Often the natural appetite is reset, as well as natural sleeping cycles, because this Park speaks to the part in anybody that values ‘creature comforts’, such as a warm meal and firelight before bed.
GOING HOME WITH MORE COMMON SENSE
Although so many of us, especially the youngsters, are in fact well-adapted for contemporary life that is fast-paced, and multi-tasked, after a while almost everybody begins to notice that most of their reflexes have begun to react to the artificial worlds of developed areas. Visiting a National Park is one way people have found to reset their senses, realigning them to the world of Nature, in all its certainty and immediacy.
When this more natural, more instinctual, more present moment-oriented state is experienced again while doing something wild, or when sensing the sublime in the wilderness, it does not hamper people who must return to live in the cities. In fact, they find they can cope better and get more from that world after their rejuvenating visits to the great outdoors.
This tour will take you to the world famous Old Faithful. On the way, you will visit multiple geyser basins and learn first hand from our fun and informative guides about the intricacies of these amazing thermal features. Join us as we explore the world famous geological elements – Old Faithful and the Lower and […]
A favorite with returning guests This tour focuses on spectacular scenery created by volcanoes and glaciers, and is highlighted by the extraordinary 309 ft lower falls of the Yellowstone River. You will also see thermal features in either the Norris or Mud Volcano areas, and along the scenic Gibbon River. Grand Canyon of Yellowstone Winter […]
Let our guide lead you to the summit of Two Top Mountain and see the “Snow Ghosts”. You can feed the trout at Big Springs and marvel at the amazing vistas including a view of the Grand Tetons on a clear day. Helmets must be worn Collision coverage is available and recommended Full clothing packages […]
Our Old Faithful tour focuses on wildlife and thermal features as we travel through the Lower, Midway, and Upper Geyser Basins. On the way to Old Faithful, we offer the option of stopping at Biscuit Basin so you can ski or snowshoe approximately 2.5 miles through the Upper Geyser Basin, home to one-quarter of the […]
This tour lets you ride a snowmobile to see thermal pools and geyser basins, animals in their winter habitat, and the “granddaddy of dependability”, Old Faithful. Marvel at the magnificent wildlife and breathtaking scenery that makes Yellowstone truly a winter wonderland. Since 1971 we have been leading the way with hassle-free, fun winter vacations. Whether […]
This tour will take you on a journey to see the Upper and Lower Falls of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. The ice bridge and deep snow make this a sight you will not forget that only a few visitors ever experience. Join us as we explore the world famous geological elements – Old […]
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Winter Opening Dates
The Yellowstone National Park West Entrance Opens to Visitors for Winter in: 2016 Winter Oversnow (Snowcoach/Snowmobile) Travel Openings December 15: Conditions permitting, the park will open at 8 am to oversnow vehicles from Mammoth to Madison; Madison to Old Faithful; Madison to West Entrance; from Old Faithful to West Thumb; from South to Lake Butte […]
A Winter Wonderland
Over the past 15 years, much uncertainty regarding snowmobile and snowcoaches access has existed as Yellowstone completed a number of Environmental Impact Statements. October 23, 2013 the Federal Register published the Final Rule which provides for snowmobile and snowcoach access over the next ten years. The public will now be able to plan with certainty […]