Group Backpacking Schedule For 2024

2024 Backpacking Schedule
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If our schedule doesn’t match your schedule, we can often adjust our schedule, or schedule you in as long as you make a reservation prior to 02/15/24.

We also offer private family treks, that can be easy overnighters, or longer adventures. We also offer private treks for anyone as well. Just let us know your dates and ideas prior to 02/15/24.

05/18 through 05/22 M/D Black Canyon of the Yellowstone
$1400 per person. Recommended ages 15 and up

05/24 though 05/28 Easy Black Canyon/ Family
$1400 per person $900 for kids 14 and under. Recommended ages: 9 and up

07/21 through 07/26 M/D Sky Rim/ Family
$1800 per person Kids 14 and under $1000; recommended ages 10 and up

07/29 through 07/31. E/M Pebble Creek Family
$800 per person/ $500 per kid 14 and under; recommended ages 7 and up.

08/03 through 08/15 M/D Thorofare
$2800 per person boat shuttle included kids 14 and under $2000. Recommended ages 12 and up.

08/17 through 08/24 E/M Bechler Family
$2300 per adult/ $1400 for kids 14 and under. Recommended ages 7 and up.

08/27 through 08/30 E/M. Union Falls
$1200 per adult/ $900 for kids 14 and under. Recommended ages 10 and up.

09/03 through 09/09 M Bechler Fall trek
$1900 per person. Recommended ages 14 and up.

09/15 through 09/23 M/S Heart & Yellowstone Lakes
$2200 per person. Recommended ages 14 and up.

09/25 through 09/30 M Buffalo Lake

10/03 through 10/05. M Dunanda Falls

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Group Backpacking Schedule for 2023

Here is our group backpacking schedule for 2023. We have some great treks lined up for this year, all of them with limited availability.

  1. 05/14 & 05/15: Blacktail Creek, easy. This is a weekend overnight trip that is a good one for the whole family. There are lots of great views and wildlife on this early season trek. 3 miles per day. $650 per person 16 and older; $450 per child 15 and under. Up to 8 people
  2. 05/22 through 05/27: The Black Canyon of the Yellowstone. Moderate. On this trek we are taking it easy and keeping the mileage at 4 to 6 miles per day. This trek will travel through some excellent wildlife habitat and has great views the entire way. $2200 per adult 16 and over; $1700 for kids 15 and under. Up to 5 people.
  3. 06/15 through 06/18: Slough Creek, moderate. This trek will take us to the heart of the Slough Creek Valley. This is prime wildlife habitat, and has wide open views. This is a great trip for families or for those who want to fish in the backcountry. 5 to 7 miles per day. $1400 per person for 16 and over; $1100 per person 15 and under. Up to 7 people.
  4. 07/17 through 07/22: Joseph’s Coat/ Wapiti Lake. moderate to strenuous. This trek will take us into the heart of Yellowstone. This trek also requires some off trail navigating as we head to campsite off of the trail system. There are backcountry lakes and geyser basins along the way, not to mention wildlife. The mileage is 6 to 13 miles per day. $2300 per adult `15 and over; $1700 per person 15 and under. Up to 5 people.
  5. 08/08 through 08/15: The Bechler Family trek: This trip is easy to moderate and a great one for kids ages 8 and up. There are 9 backcountry waterfalls and 3 backcountry thermal areas along the way, and 2 legal hot spring soaks. This 7 day trek includes 2 layover days at a couple of the most incredible spots in Yellowstone’s Backcountry. The mileage is 0 to 8.5 miles per day, most of this trip is down hill or level, with only 4 miles of moderate uphill travel. Rates are $2300 per adult 16 and over; $1700 per child 15 and under. This trek allows up to 5 people.
  6. 09/03 through 09/08: The Bechler Fall trek. This is the same as the family trek, with a few more miles per day and 1 layover day instead of 2. The mileage is 1 to 8.5 miles per day. Up to 5 people per trek (2 spots left).
  7. 10/01 through 10/03: Dunanda Falls. This trek is 8.5 miles on the first and last day, with a layover day on day 2. The terrain is easy, and this trek will take us to Dunanda Falls, site of the last night of the previous 2 Bechler trips. There are 2 large waterfalls, a great view of the Teton Mountain Range, and one of the best legal hot spring soaks in the park. $900 per adult 16 and over; $600 per child 15 and under. 0 to 8.5 miles per day. Up to 10 people on this trek, with 8 spots remaining.

Hiking In Yellowstone? Here’s What You Need To Know


With over 900 miles of trails and 300 backcountry campsites, Yellowstone National Park is a hiker’s dream. But before you start your journey, it’s important to know what precautions you should take. Weather, elevation, wildlife encounters, and the physiological effects of the park’s terrain can make a difference between a comfortable hike and a dangerous one, so our Yellowstone tour guides are here to help.


Yellowstone is a magical place that boasts a wealth of natural beauty and a host of wildlife to watch. However, it’s important to be aware of some safety precautions you need to take when hiking in this national park. One of the most common safety concerns for hikers is that of wildlife. While many of these animals are docile and calm, others can become aggressive if they feel threatened. Bears are perhaps the most dangerous animal to watch for when in the park, but other animals like bison can be equally unpredictable. If you encounter a bison, give it space and wait for it to move away from you. Moose are another animal that should be kept on the lookout for, especially during rut season. These strong animals with large antlers can be quite aggressive, so if you see a moose, don’t try to walk around it or approach it.

What To Bring

If you’re planning on a single-day hiking trip in Yellowstone, here are a few essentials that you’ll want to bring with you. They’ll help you stay comfortable and happy on your adventure! First of all, you’ll want a backpack or day pack to carry all your gear. Whether you’re staying in a campground or tenting, you’ll need a bag that can hold everything you need and is comfortable to wear throughout the day. You’ll also need a few things to keep you safe, like sunscreen and bear spray. Sunscreen is especially important if you’re going to be hiking around high altitudes, where the UV rays can be intense. You’ll also need a hat to protect your head from the sun and wind. You can opt for a baseball cap or a hat that can be crushed and packed down, so it won’t take up too much space in your pack. Keeping your hands warm is also important, so be sure to bring insulated gloves or mittens.

Staying Safe

Hiking in Yellowstone is an excellent way to get up close and personal with nature, but there are a few things to look out for before you go. For one, bears can be a big threat to visitors, so be sure to lock up any food or plates you’ll be carrying. Another thing to keep in mind is that hiking off the trail is frowned upon, so you’ll want to stay on the designated pathways as much as possible. Straying can lead to a variety of negative consequences, such as damaging the ecosystem or harming wildlife. You should also plan to spend at least 3 days in Yellowstone to really see and do it all! That way you can fit in all the must-sees and still have time to hike some extra trails, too. Contact us to start planning your next adventure now!

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Pro Tip: Book Your Yellowstone Vacation in Advance

What’s Great About Yellowstone in the Summer?

These are some of the most notable features of the Yellowstone area:

It’s Simply Gorgeous

Yellowstone is one of the most breathtaking areas to visit if you want to take a trip. It can give you and your family a perfect opportunity to take unforgettable pictures and videos. It’s the type of place designers make postcards from with the green pastures, roaring waters, majestic mountains, and even a few impending eruptions. You can’t get any more of an eyeful from any other place. That’s reason enough to take your family there for an environmental change. 

The Temperatures Are Perfect

The last thing you’ll want is to be uncomfortable on a trip, and that’s why Yellowstone is a fantastic option. The weather is perfect, so you’ll never be too hot or cold during your stay. 

Lots of Wildlife

Yellowstone is the place to go if you’re a fan of wildlife. You can say hello to friendly bison, contemplate eating some trout, or look out for the predatory wolves. Think about visiting that spot if you desire to see loads of animals you’ve never seen up close. 

Why You Should Book Summer Tours in Yellowstone Early

You should never wait until the last possible minute to book a Yellowstone vacation, and you’ll lose out on too many benefits that way. These are some of the positive elements you can get from signing up for your vacation in advance:

Hot Prices

You’ll have access to the best prices by booking early. The closer you get to the common vacation time, the higher the prices, and the more difficult it becomes to book what you want. You can keep your wallet healthy instead of making it hungry by reserving your accommodations a few months early. 

Cancellation Options

Your cancellation options might be more reasonable if you book your Yellowstone vacation sooner. That way, you won’t have to deal with a penalty if something changes your plans.  

More Organized Trip

Planning your Yellowstone trip ahead of time will keep everything more organized. You’ll have plenty of time to outline your itinerary or make changes if necessary. 

Your Pick of Facilities

By reserving your spot early, you ensure that you get your choice of a facility. You won’t have to fight for the type of room you want or get locked out of visiting popular restaurants during the busiest time of the year. It will be a win-win vacation for you and everyone who goes along for the ride. 

Now you know why booking a tour in Yellowstone is an awesome idea. You also know the many advantages of booking your trip in advance. It’s wise to start setting your trip up now to reap all the benefits of doing so when you get there.