Available All Year As A Snowshoe or Hike!
While many will drive through Lamar Valley and stop to see animals, this tour will get you out of your car and into the wild landscape of Lamar Valley. Along this five hour adventure, we will follow the Lamar River Trail to the river, then head up Cache Creek until our turn around time. This trail is well-known for wildlife encounters of all shapes and sizes. We will see animal tracks and signs of them all around us. We will more than likely see bison and pronghorn nearby. We may possibly see elk or bighorn sheep in the distance. We even have a chance to see bears and wolves. All with a knowledgable guide who can tell you all about the wildlife we are watching.
This tour is designed to get you out into the wilds of Yellowstone’s famous Lamar Valley, letting you get a better feel for the terrain which has quickly become one of the most respected wildlife watching destinations in the world. Not only will you get to experience the backcountry of the park, but you’ll also gain knowledge about the history of the region, both for humans and animals. You’ll see how the river shifted course during the 2022 floods, and witness the impact of wildlife on the prairie.
If you have ever wanted to get to know Lamar Valley better than just driving through it, this is the tour for you.
If this seems too easy and you are hoping for something a little more off the beaten path, check out our Mount Norris tour, which takes you off trail and up a largely overlooked mountain.
This hike is the perfect introduction for adventuring in Lamar Valley. Along the trail, you’ll have an opportunity to see animal tracks in the mud, take in mountain views in the distance, and even spot wildlife, both from afar and up close (while adhering to approved wildlife watching distances, of course).
For five hours, we will wander the prairie and walk along the river, giving you an insight into just how wild and rugged this terrain can be. You’ll learn about animal tracks and signs, about the geology of the area, and maybe even get to find elk antlers and bones.
If you have always wanted to see what is found beyond the pavement of Lamar, this is the perfect adventure for you and your group.
- Wildlife watching
- Bones and Antlers
- rarely seen views
- potential off-trail panoramic views