Experience Yellowstone Tours

Guided nature and wildlife tours

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Sylvan Pass

Peaks of the Absaroka Mountains

As we enter the East Gate of Yellowstone we’ll climb steadily and travel over Sylvan Pass at an elevation of 8,530 feet. This is an alpine environment surrounded by rugged 10,000 foot peaks of the Absaroka Mountains.

Lake Butte Overlook

Lake Yellowstone

We often find dusky grouse in this spot and occasionally grizzly bears.

Fishing Bridge

A great place to watch the cutthroat trout in the clear waters of the Yellowstone River from the bridge. We often see white pelicans, osprey, waterfowl, river otters and other wildlife at this location.

Hayden Valley

Wildlife of Yellowstone

We'll drive through the beautiful Hayden Valley with wildlife stops when necessary. This is prime viewing area for grizzly bears, wolves, bison, elk and other wildlife.

Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone

Lower Falls

Numerous viewing areas of both the Upper and Lower Falls. This 20 mile long canyon is over a 1000 feet deep. We can also see wildlife in the area including nesting osprey.

Dunraven Pass

This alpine environment can be ablaze in wildflower blooms during the summer. This is also an excellent area to see wildlife such as mule deer, elk, grizzly bears, black bears, wolves and even bison.

Tower Falls

A rugged waterfall on Tower Creek.

Mammoth Hot Springs

Minerva Terrace

Mammoth Hot Springs is the worlds largest hot springs complex.

Midway Geyser Basin

Grand Prismatic Spring

Midway Geyser Basin is home to the worlds largest hot spring Grand Prismatic. You can also see the enormous but now dormant Excelsior Geyser and its impressive crater. It pours over 4000 gallons of hot water into the Firehole River every minute.

Upper Geyser Basin

Old Faithful

Worlds largest concentration of geysers and thermal features including the famous Old Faithful Geyser.

Your Tour Guide

D. Robert Franz has been a full-time professional wildlife photographer and tour guide for over 25 years. Digital Photography Magazine proclaimed him one the top 100 wildlife photographers in the world. With undergraduate degrees in wildlife management and geology and graduate work in earth science, Robert has an extensive knowledge of the natural world.