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Yellowstone, Grand Teton & Jackson
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Yellowstone, Grand Teton & Jackson
Trip Details:
  • 10 Nights
  • June 5 – September 9, 2022
  • Bozeman

Highlights :
  • Spend a day with your own naturalist guide and learn about the geology and history of Yellowstone from a local (included in trip price)
  • Marvel at the astounding colors in Yellowstone’s geothermal features
  • See bison, elk, and maybe wolves, eagles, or moose in Yellowstone National Park
  • Canoe beautiful Jenny Lake in Grand Teton National Park where calm waters reflect the mountains towering above you
  • Look for moose while watching the sun set over the Tetons
  • Hike amazing trails – short or long, gentle or steep – with beautiful views
  • Raft the Snake River or the Yellowstone River on a scenic float or family-friendly whitewater (optional add-on)
  • Experience a real-deal rodeo in Jackson Hole!

Pricing per Trip

Up to 4 Passengers

Pay Your Deposit By :
September 15October 15November 15December 15
Standard Price
$7,865$8,055$8,235$8,415
Peak Price
Travel During July and August
$8,765$8,955$9,135$9,315
Extras / Add-Ons :
Additional Passenger (maximum of 3) $600 / each
Extra Night at Existing Campsite$500 / night
Optional Add-On ExcursionsSee Below

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Overview

Drive through the Gallatin National Forest from Bozeman, Montana into Yellowstone National Park. Spend a few days in the park watching wildlife, gazing at geysers and touring with your own private guide for a day (included in trip price). Try canoeing, rafting, and hiking in Grand Teton National Park. Visit the charming western town of Jackson, Wyoming and take in the rodeo action. Return to Yellowstone National Park to see the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone and choose to add on a horseback ride. Finish your trip with a stop in Livingston, Montana, a historic, frontier town where the Western atmosphere remains intact in many of the city’s buildings before returning to Bozeman.

“We had never been in an RV before this trip and now we are hooked. Tracks & Trails took the stress completely out of the vacation. They think of everything!”

 

-The Kushner Family, Wisconsin

Itinerary

Bozeman – 1 night
Fly into Bozeman and spend your first night in a hotel on the main street of this neat western town before you begin your journey to Yellowstone National Park. Visit the dinosaur exhibits at the Museum of the Rockies and stop by the American Computer and Robotics Museum.
Bozeman to Yellowstone: 105 miles


Yellowstone National Park (western side) – 2 nights
Spend a full day with an experienced private guide zipping around in their comfortable vehicle (included). View thermal features and wildlife, maybe exploring off the beaten path to escape the crowds. The following day, armed with suggestions from your guide, walk along boardwalks leading to incredible hot springs, geysers, and mudpots in the park’s geyser basins.
Yellowstone to Grand Teton: 80 miles


Grand Teton National Park – 2 nights
The Tetons are the perfect backdrop for hiking, paddling, swimming, and enjoying time at Jenny, String, or Leigh Lake. The Cascade Falls hike is worth the effort!
Grand Teton to Jackson: 40 miles


Jackson – 2 nights
The colorful western town of Jackson blends the cowboy culture of the old west with tasteful restaurants, shopping, art galleries, and museums. Head to the rodeo or ride the Alpine Slide!
Jackson to Yellowstone: 120 miles


Yellowstone National Park (eastern side) – 2 nights
Explore the dramatic waterfalls of Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, minutes from your campground. Nearby Hayden Valley is known for abundant wildlife, especially herds of Bison that graze and lounge along the meandering Yellowstone River.
Yellowstone to Livingston: 100 miles


Livingston – 1 night
The original entrance to Yellowstone, Livingston will transport you back in time with its historic, Western atmosphere and buildings.
Livingston to Bozeman: 25 miles


Bozeman – Return to Bozeman to catch your flight out.

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Optional Add-On Excursions

We believe this trip is best enjoyed with these excursions! Your Trip Planner will help you decide which ones are right for you. Keep it simple or load it up. Prices are below with the descriptions and are subject to change by the suppliers.

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Saturday, January, 1, 2022
10 Nights
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7800.00
7800.00
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