Lower Loop: Geothermic Features

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West Yellowstone, United States
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$399.99 per person

groups of 2 and up

Make the most of your time in the area by visiting the beautiful geothermal features like legendary geyser, Old Faithful, and the rainbow colored, Grand Prismatic Springs all in one day with an expert local guide. You will also see waterfalls, lakes, and rivers – such as the Yellowstone River running through the Hayden Valley where the bison roam free. We have spotting scopes and binoculars for you to use.


Not only do you get a guided tour of the massive landscape—a lot to cover on your own—but you get to make the most of your time in the area by visiting the beautiful geothermal features like legendary geyser, Old Faithful, and the rainbow colored, Grand Prismatic Springs. Create an experience of a lifetime with your chosen company on this private sightseeing tour. We take care of the trip planning, food & beverages, driving, photo taking and guiding so you can sit back, relax, and enjoy.

We are an authorized permittee of the National Park Service. Sky’s the Limit Tours is permitted to offer tours of Yellowstone’s Upper and Lower Loops. We strongly encourage booking two days with us so you can see as much as possible! 

Naturalist interpretive guide drives and leads tours in a clean and private vehicle. No need to take selfies or ask other groups to take your photo, the guide is there to get shots of you in the best spots!

Enjoy unparalleled opportunities to observe wildlife in a protected ecosystem, explore geothermal areas, learn about the history of the region, take in magnificent landscapes, and enjoy lakes, rivers, and waterfalls.


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Lower Loop

Old Faithful

Iconic geyser, Old Faithful, erupts every 98 minutes on average. Famous for its consistent eruptions, this is a must-see geothermic feature.

Grand Prismatic Spring

Get up close to the colorful bacterial mat that surrounds the most photographic geothermic feature. Explore the sights along the boardwalk with an expert guide while feeling the warm steam on your face.

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

The canyon is 800 to 1,200 feet deep and 1,500 to 4,000 feet wide. Enjoy the awe-inspiring view of Yellowstone River raging through the canyon and dropping as a 308-foot waterfall.

Hayden Valley

Migration of various ungulates call Hayden Valley home including bison and elk.

Mud Volcano Area

The prehistoric biodiversity of the gurgling mud pots are an experience like none other.

Firehole Canyon Drive

Firehole Falls is a 40-foot waterfall pouring into the 800-foot thick lava flows forming the canyon walls.

Additional Info

Cancellation Policy

Book with confidence, knowing that ALL cancellations made more than 24hrs before the tour will receive a 100% refund! 

No refunds will be applied if cancellation occurs less than 24hrs before the scheduled start time.

We strongly recommend trip insurance in order to protect you from unforeseen travel interruptions that prevent you from joining us.