FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
We currently accept booking online or call our reservations agents at Silver Gate Lodging (406) 838-2371
Yes, we have at least two Chevrolet Suburbans for private tours. We can seat at least 5 guests per vehicle comfortably.
We currently offer several guided tours. For more information please visit the tour page.
Our full-day tours average between 7-8hrs. Half-day tours average 3-4hrs.
In order for you to have an enjoyable experience in the field, it is imperative that you bring the following items to stay safe and comfortable:
- Any medications or necessary medical equipment you may need during the tour
- Sturdy, closed-toed shoes or boots
- Warm, comfortable layers. Gloves, scarf, beanie, wool socks, and warm layers are advised.
- Rain Jacket
- Yellowstone National Park entrance pass (any pass which grants entry into the park – weekly, yearly, interagency annual, senior, access, etc.)
You may also wish to bring the following:
- Hat and/or sunglasses
- Your favorite travel mug and/or reusable water bottle
- Cell Phone (little to no cell service but good for pictures)
- Your preferred sunscreen
- Your preferred snacks and drinks
- Your guide will communicate with you prior to your
- May through September weather ranges from low temperatures near 10°F (-12°C) and snowing to highs near 80°F (27°C). Dressing for the weather will ensure you have an amazing day in the park!
Tips are not mandatory but always appreciated.
Yes, all of our tours are private, meaning the tour that you choose is only for you and the people you choose to be on the tour with you. We do not add or mix any individuals to tours.
During the tour, we will drive and stop periodically to view wildlife with the use of our provided optical equipment. The best wildlife viewing opportunities rarely involve long or strenuous foot travel, and we will accommodate the party's needs. For adventurous groups, you will have the option to enjoy more arduous travel to different viewing locations - should you want to take the path less traveled. Full-day tours have the option to enjoy a short hike
To reduce the risk of Covid-19 spread and keep everyone safe during our trips, the National Park Service requires that masks be worn at all times when you are inside the vehicle with your guide. Our cars are sanitized after each tour.
Yes, we welcome children of all ages. Any chance we get to educate the youth is always appreciated. We do not however take responsibility for your children.
We can accommodate up to 5 people at a time.
- Our guides are:
- out in the field often
- experienced at spotting wildlife
- connected with other guides via the wolf radio network
- have phenomenal optics
- Our guides do their best to find and present viewing opportunities including bison, wolves, elk, bear, bighorn sheep, moose, mountain goats, deer, birds of prey, pronghorn, and waterfowl
BUT wildlife viewing is never certain or guaranteed
- During the tour, we will drive and stop periodically to view wildlife with the use of our provided optical equipment.
- The best wildlife viewing opportunities rarely involve long or strenuous foot travel, and we will accommodate the party's needs.
- For adventurous groups, you will have the option to enjoy more arduous travel to different viewing locations - should you want to take the path less traveled.
- Full-day tours have the option to enjoy a short hike
- All 3 of our fantastic guides have been trained as Certified Interpretive Guides by the National Association for Interpretation.
- Each guide has their own unique area of expertise