Frequently Asked Questions


What do we do for lunch? 

We provide catered lunch and healthy snacks. Lunches are made by a local catering business. We are happy accommodate most dietary restrictions, including but not limited to: Gluten Free, Dairy Free, Kosher, Vegetarian, and Vegan. We will have water available for you if you do not bring a water bottle. Please let us know when you are booking if you have any allergies (especially any resulting in anaphylaxis). Feel free to reach out to us before you book for the menu.


What’s your cancellation policy?

Cancel up to 15 days in advance for a 100% refund! Cancelations 14-8 days before your tour will receive a 50% refund. Tours canceled 7 days or less before the start of the tour will not be eligible for a refund.


How much walking will we be doing?

The Upper Loop Tour is typically 1-2 miles and the Lower Loop is generally about 3-4 miles. 


How much time will we spend in the car?

The Lower Loop is roughly 3 hours of driving 125 miles. On the Upper Loop tour we cover about 160 miles and spend approx 4 hours in the car. There are frequent opportunities to stop for the bathroom, to go on small walks to view breath taking landscapes, and of course we make many stops for wildlife. 


What should we bring to wear?

Your guides start most mornings with a hot coffee, beanie, and a jacket. Some days call for a thick jacket and other days you can get away with a thin layer in the morning. Be sure to check the weather before you come, it can snow in July in Yellowstone!


What else is there to do for fun in the area?

The Grand Tetons are connected to Yellowstone National Park and are our #1 recommendation! They are roughly 2.5 hours from Yellowstone and you can get there by driving through Yellowstone or around through Idaho and enter through Jackson Hole, WY. Many of our guests book other tours such as fly fishing, whitewater rafting, ride dirt bikes or side by sides on trails and gravel roads in Island Park, or go horseback riding. There is tandem skydiving in Bozeman as well as tandem paragliding and hot air balloon rides in Jackson Hole. You can take a lazy river float on the Madison river just outside of Bozeman, Montana or on the Snake river in Island Park, Idaho. There are also lots of crystal clear lakes, pristine forests, hot springs, and cascading waterfalls to visit in the area! We love Yellowstone Hot Springs and Norris Hot Springs. Be sure to check out the Wolf and Grizzly Discovery Center in West Yellowstone. 

If you want to do more exploring off the beaten path, we recommend using the app AllTrails to find an adventure that suits your needs.

Checkout VisitGardiner, VisitBozeman, and VisitYellowstoneCounty for best in class options. 


Where do we stay?

This depends on the kind of experience you wish to have! There are many different types of stays, from cabin in the woods to glamping yurts, to hotels, to lodges, ranches, resorts, airbnbs/VRBOs, campgrounds, and remote camping – your options are plentiful. Most of our guests stay in West Yellowstone, Island Park, Big Sky, or Bozeman. For remote camping spots, we recommend using the app iOverlander


What are the park’s hours and can re re-enter after the tour?

The park has several campgrounds and lodges, therefore it is open 24/7.