Hike, ride, paddle, fish, snowmobile, snowcoach, dogsled, snowshoe, ski, sit by the fire — and simply take it all in!
(But whatever you do, make sure you truly see Yellowstone).
Welcome to one of the biggest outdoor playgrounds you’ll ever get to explore.
After warranting so much attention for its impressive geothermal and hydrological features that the President Ulysses S. Grant administration literally decided to invent national parks (now how’s that for a claim to fame?), the United States federal government set aside each one of these 3,500 square miles of lush forests, crystal clear lakes, and soaring mountains just for you to enjoy.
With so many unique sights, tours, and activities to choose from, planning your trip can feel overwhelming. But don’t worry, you won’t have to do it alone. Let us help you choose the best tours and activities to fit into your time in the park so there’s no way you’ll leave feeling like you didn’t really get to see Yellowstone.
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Our Summer Activities
Whether you’re an experienced rider or will be in the saddle for the first time, you’ll love exploring the area on horseback. Our wranglers are as personable as they are experienced, ensuring you’ll laugh, learn and just have an all-around great time.
Rides are available Monday through Saturday (our horses rest on Sunday.) Daytime and evening rides. Weather may impact ride scheduling and availability.
Explore the very best of Yellowstone’s outback on one of three scenic flight options offered by our partner. Friendly local pilots and great ground crews help make this experience unforgettable. Save $15 on one of the three helicopter tour options when you book through See Yellowstone.
Fish the Yellowstone and live to tell the tale with one of our experienced guides. Whether you’re a beginner or an old pro, you’ll be glad you took this chance to spend time in nature and see our favorite river in a whole new way.
Our Winter Activities
West Yellowstone is unique in the fact that snowmobiles can be ridden on most of the city streets and so there’s no need to pull your sled on a trailer to the trailheads. Just jump on and ride. Private guides are available or you can simply go out on your own.
There are dozens of groomed trails inside and outside of the park with plenty of fresh powder just waiting to be explored. Leading the charge is the Rendezvous Ski Trail system, which is a widely recognized hallmark for skiers.
Strap on a pair of our snowshoes and explore the park via a free guided walk from the visitors center to the Madison River, just a mile from our headquarters.