Yellowstone Hiking Guides - Gardiner

Our expert team leads hiking adventures to the best of Yellowstone.

Our most popular hike, the Lamar Valley Safari Hike, gets you off the beaten path in the 'Serengeti of North America.' Watch wolves through our spotting scopes while eating a gourmet lunch.

Trek to Lone Star geyser through the 1988 burn and an old growth forest. Watch Lone Star erupt for nearly 30 minutes while eating lunch. Then explore the Firehole River, with so many thermal features to see!

Want to climb a peak? Our guides will take you to the top of Bunsen Peak just south of Mammoth Hot Springs for vistas of the stunning Rocky Mountains in all directions. Lunch served on the peak or down by Osprey Falls if the group is feeling strong.

From large mammals to small birds, cliffs to meadows, front country to backcountry, let us show you all that Yellowstone has to offer. We can arrange multi-day itineraries for singles and groups, as well as multi-sport.

Our tours depart Gardiner everyday year-round from our headquarters at 227 Stone Street. We will gladly pick you up at your hotel or lodge within or near Gardiner. Call for more information(406) 848-1144 or e-mail

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Street Address
227 Stone Street
Gardiner,  MT 59030

Phone: 406-848-1144

From Livingston:

Enter Gardiner on Hwy 89 S. After crossing the Yellowstone River, take your first right past Cowboys on Stone Street. Destination on left at the end of the block.

From Mammoth Hot Springs:

Enter Gardiner on the North Entrance Road circa Park Street. Take a Left on 2nd Street. In 0.1 mile, turn left on Stone Street (if you cross the Yellowstone River, you've gone too far). Destination on left at the end of the block.

All Year

6:00am - 8:00pm

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