YELLOWSTONE AND GRAND TETONS NATIONAL PARK
Land of the beautiful is brought to life at the U.S. National Parks of Yellowstone and
Grand Teton in Wyoming. Stunning scenery, incredible wildlife and endless recreational options make this a fantastic family adventure in the American summer months, as well as late spring and early fall. If your family likes to be active and one with nature, this trip needs to be on your short list. Bike it, hike it, climb it, float it, boat it or even balloon above it.
Each of our itineraries has unique offerings allowing for cultural engagement and community give-back. These activities will make Yellowstone and Grand Tetons National Park trip special:
HIGHLIGHTS FOR FAMILIES
A FULL DAY PRIVATE
You’ll spend the day with a private rock climbing guide who will customize a day of climbing and rappelling for your family. Your day will begin with a scenic boat ride across Jenny Lake, followed by a short hike to the rock face. It can be a mellow climbing day including many breaks or it can be a non-stop challenging activity, depending on your family’s ability and wishes.
ADULT ONLY TRAVELERS
HOT AIR BALLOON RIDE
Wake early this morning for a breathtaking hotair balloon ride in the Teton Valley. Fly over the largest remaining private open space in Jackson Hole, a working ranch bordered by Grand Teton National Park, the Bridger-Teton National Forest, and the Snake River. The Teton Mountain Range rises five thousand feet right from the launch site. The flight lasts about an hour, but the memory lasts for a lifetime.
HIGHLIGHTS FOR FAMILIES
WITH CHILDREN UNDER 12
ENJOY A PRIVATE
Meet your private biking guide for a two to three hour bike ride along the paved pathway in Grand Teton National Park. You will ride directly beneath the majestic peaks of the Teton Mountain Range through the wide open sagebrush plains that border the forest. This is a family friendly ride, great for all ability levels.
Ages to Travel
National Parks are suitable for children of all ages.
Time of Year to Visit Yellowstone and Grand Tetons
The best time to visit Yellowstone is from April to May or from September to November. These seasons offer mild weather and fewer crowds. July and August are the most popular months to visit: the kids are out of school and the weather is warm enough to sleep outside.
Travel Documents Required
Foreign travelers to the United States for short visits, for example tourism, vacation, visiting family and friends, or medical treatment, need visitor visas unless they qualify for entry under the Visa Waiver Program. For more information on the Visa Waiver Program visit this link. Or for Travel Authorization (ESTA) click here.