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Yellowstone Nature and Wildlife Upper Loop Tour from Cody Wyoming

Yellowstone Nature and Wildlife Upper Loop Tour from Cody Wyoming - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

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$250.00

Set out on a 12-hour guided exploration of Yellowstone's nature and wildlife in the company of an naturalist and professional nature photographer. Depart Cody for a tour of the park’s Upper Loop, where you’ll enjoy some of Yellowstone’s best wildlife viewing and visit geothermal features ... More info ›

Set out on a 12-hour guided exploration of Yellowstone's nature and wildlife in the company of an naturalist and professional nature photographer. Depart Cody for a tour of the park’s Upper Loop, where you’ll enjoy some of Yellowstone’s best wildlife viewing and visit geothermal features. Keep an eye out for grizzles, bison, moose, and wolves while learning about park ecology and honing your photography skills. Hotel pickup and drop-off, breakfast, and refreshments are included.  

Experience the beauty of Yellowstone National Park’s Upper Loop on a full-day tour from Cody, Wyoming.

Get picked up from your Cody lodging and enjoy a 50-mile (80-km) ride along the Buffalo Bill Scenic Byway, claimed by many to be one of the state’s most picturesque drives. Enter the America's first national park through its east gate and get ready to explore.

Yellowstone’s 2.2-million acres are home to towering peaks, stunning lakes, lush valleys, and the largest concentration of thermal features — including geysers and hot springs — on the planet. It’s Upper Loop is also one of the best places to spot wildlife in the park.

Join an expert naturalist and professional nature photographer on a tour of the area, filled with scenery such as the rugged Absaroka Mountains, Hayden Valley, and multiple waterfalls. Keep an eye out for resident wildlife including grizzly and black bears, gray wolves, moose, and bighorn sheep while learning about the park’s ecology and geothermal features. Keep your camera at the ready to capture the park’s spectacular imagery as you go.

Once your tour concludes, settle in for leisurely ride back to Cody and drop-off at your hotel.

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Yellowstone Nature and Wildlife Lower Loop Guided Tour from Cody, Wyoming

Yellowstone Nature and Wildlife Lower Loop Guided Tour from Cody, Wyoming - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Star Rating

Duration: 12 hours
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

From USD
$250.00

See Yellowstone National Park on a full-day tour from Cody with a naturalist and professional photographer guide. Explore the country's first national park with an emphasis on nature photography, ecology, geology, and wildlife viewing ... More info ›

See Yellowstone National Park on a full-day tour from Cody with a naturalist and professional photographer guide. Explore the country's first national park with an emphasis on nature photography, ecology, geology, and wildlife viewing. You'll travel along the Lower Loop, which provides an in-depth look at the park's otherworldly thermal areas such as the Upper Geyser Basin, where you can watch an eruption of Old Faithful, Yellowstone's most famous geyser. This tour is limited to seven people to provide a small-group experience. Snacks and breakfast are provided.

Your tour starts with hotel pickup in Cody, Wyoming, by your guide, who leads you on an exploration of Yellowstone National Park with a focus on natural history and nature photography.

Spend a full day immersed in the grandeur of Yellowstone's diverse environment, learning about its ecosystem and wildlife. Observe native animals such as elk, bison, bighorn sheep, coyote, and deer, and keep your eyes peeled for sightings of elusive predators like grizzly and black bears, wolves, and mountain lions. 

You tour along the Lower Loop allows you to visit the park's geothermal sites, including the Upper Geyser Basin and Old Faithful, which erupts on a fairly regular schedule.

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Kayak Day Paddle on Yellowstone Lake

Kayak Day Paddle on Yellowstone Lake - Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming Star Rating

Duration: 6 hours
Location: Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming

From USD
$175.00

On a 6-hour kayaking tour in Yellowstone National Park, you'll paddle 2.5 miles (4 km) each way along Yellowstone Lake, exploring the rocky shores and looking for eagles fishing and otters playing in the water. Keep an eye out for wildlife like elk, moose, and bison as they come down to the lake for a drink, and enjoy an included lunch ... More info ›

On a 6-hour kayaking tour in Yellowstone National Park, you'll paddle 2.5 miles (4 km) each way along Yellowstone Lake, exploring the rocky shores and looking for eagles fishing and otters playing in the water. Keep an eye out for wildlife like elk, moose, and bison as they come down to the lake for a drink, and enjoy an included lunch. A guide supplies all the necessary kayaking equipment and provides an introduction to paddling techniques. All skill levels are welcome, from novice to advanced; no kayaking experience is required. Single and double kayaks are available.

Your kayaking tour begins at the marina at Grant Village on Yellowstone Lake. After a brief introduction to the area and to the kayaking equipment, your guide leads you around the shoreline to the West Thumb Geyser Basin, where there are many geothermal features on land and underwater to explore from your kayak. Many of these geothermal features on the lake are not accessible by any other means.

Continue to the remote Potts Geyser Basin, exploring this primitive section where there are no signs, no boardwalks, and, most importantly, no other people. Stop at a secluded beach for a picnic lunch provided by your guide, and then return to the marina the same way you came.

Lunch is deli-style, with sandwiches, chips, fruit, and a cookie; specific dietary restrictions can be accommodated.

Throughout your tour, look for animals that live in the park, from elk to eagles to otters.

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