The world's first (and best) National Park awaits!

Experience Yellowstone National Park in the comfort of one of our GMC Denalis.

  • bison grazing
  • Yellowstone National park arch
  • fly fishing
  • Yellowstone waterfall

Expedition Yellowstone

Join our certified Montana Master Naturalist guides on a custom-curated tour of Yellowstone, focusing on a primary topic in detail while still enjoying all the park’s sights. Learn about one of the park’s most fascinating aspects and what makes Yellowstone truly unique! Select from the experiences below.

Wolves of Yellowstone
Available: Year-Round
Duration: 8-10 hours
Departure Time: 5 AM – 6:30 AM, seasonally

Since their reintroduction to Yellowstone in 1995, wolves have become the park’s most popular, iconic, and controversial residents. Your Montana Naturalist guide will introduce you to the animal’s history in the park, as well as its complicated relationship with mankind in the West. Learn all about their unique and adaptive behaviors and social structure as you travel through their home range. While physically seeing the wolves is never a guarantee, you will spend an unforgettable day chasing them in Yellowstone’s fabled Northern range and undoubtedly return home with a greater appreciation for the park’s most famous residents.

Bears of Yellowstone
Available: May 1 – July 15, October 1-31
Duration: 8-10 hours
Departure Time: 5 AM – 6:30 AM, seasonally

Yellowstone has the most robust population of grizzly bears in the lower 48. It is one of the few places where both grizzly and black bears coexist in such large numbers. This makes it one of the world’s premier bear-watching environments. Your Montana Master Naturalist guide will introduce you to the fascinating history of bear management in the park and the ever-evolving relationship between man and bear. You will learn about the surprisingly diverse life of a bear in Yellowstone, including their seasonal dining habits and interpersonal relationships. Bears use a variety of habitats throughout the year, and your guide will take you to the best locations to view these magnificent animals in their natural environment. Although sighting bears is never guaranteed, you will undoubtedly develop a deeper appreciation for the amazing bears of Yellowstone.

History of Yellowstone
Available: May 5 – October 31
Duration: 8-10 hours
Departure Time: 6:30 AM

Yellowstone National Park has a rich history dating back to thousands of years of native habitation. Since the early 19th century, modern America has been captivated by the stories of early explorers. In 1872, the world’s first national park was established after the Washburn Expedition of 1870. A Montana Master Naturalist guide will take you to visit several of the park’s most interesting sites, including historic lodges and hotels, as well as significant locations from early expeditions. You can experience what early park visitors would have seen and felt through stories and historical anecdotes while following in the footsteps of past generations.

contact concierge

Yellowstone Park Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

All Ages

Time of Year:

Spring, Summer, Fall

Duration:

8 – 10 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$1,300 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a certified Montana Master Naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meals (breakfast and lunch), snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book:

contact concierge

Ultimate Two-Day Yellowstone Adventure

At over 2.2 million acres, Yellowstone is larger than the states of Delaware and Rhode Island combined! A two-day tour is an ideal way to see more of everything the park offers, and our customized itinerary will highlight the most magnificent and inspiring destinations in Yellowstone.

The first day’s highlights include wildlife watching in world-famous Lamar Valley, summitting the 8,878 foot Dunraven Pass road, witnessing the glory of the upper and lower falls at the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and viewing majestic Yellowstone Lake.

Day two is highlighted by many of Yellowstone’s most iconic thermal features, starting with the spectacular West Thumb Geyser Basin, where geysers and hot springs steam and rumble on the shores of Yellowstone Lake. Other stops may include Old Faithful, the Grand Prismatic, Paint Pots, and the Mammoth Terraces.

CONTACT CONCIERGE

Please be prepared to spend between 9-10 hours with your guide each day. Be aware this tour has windy mountain roads. Breakfast and Lunch are included in the price for both days. Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Yellowstone Ultimate Tour Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

10

Time of Year:

May 26- October 21

Duration:

Day One Departure Time: 5-6:30 AM, seasonally
Duration: 9-10 hours

Day Two Departure Time: 6:30 AM
Duration: 9-10 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$2,300 for 1-2 persons, $200/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book

CONTACT CONCIERGE

Sunrise Wildlife Tour

Venture into Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley, known as the “Serengeti of the West” for its rich diversity and abundance of wildlife. Maximize your chances of seeing some of Yellowstone’s apex predator species, which are most active at dawn, and witness a beautiful mountain sunrise by getting an early start to the morning. This is your best opportunity to optimize seeing wolves and bears during your stay with us.

BOOK NOW

Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Yellowstone Winter & Wildlife Tour Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

All Ages

Time of Year:

April 1 – October 31

Duration:

Departure Time: 5-6:30 AM, seasonally
Duration: 7-8 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$995 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book

BOOK NOW

Contact our concierge team for more information.

Geyser and Geology Tour

Yellowstone is home to over half the world’s geysers and thousands of hot springs, mud pots, and fumaroles. Experience some of Yellowstone’s outstanding thermal features, such as Old Faithful, the Grand Prismatic, Mammoth Hot Springs, and more.

BOOK NOW

Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Yellowstone Geysers & Geology Tour Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age

All Ages

Time of Year

April 21 – October 31

Duration:

Departure Time: 6:30 AM
Duration: 8-10 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$1,025 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book

BOOK NOW

Contact our concierge team for more information.

The Heart of Yellowstone Tour

Visit some of the unique scenic features found in the center of Yellowstone, including the park’s largest waterfalls in the majestic Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, unique thermal features of Norris Geyser Basin and Mud Volcano, abundant wildlife in Hayden Valley, and North America’s largest alpine lake.

BOOK NOW

Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Heart of Yellowstone Tour Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age

All Ages

Time of Year:

May 5 – October 31

Duration:

Departure Time: 6:30 AM
Duration: 8-10 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$1,025 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book:

BOOK NOW

Contact our concierge team for more information.

Yellowstone Day Hiking

Leave the roads behind to explore the serenity of Yellowstone’s scenic backcountry wilderness accompanied by an experienced guide on a hike selected to fit your interests and experience. Your choices may include summiting a peak, venturing to a secluded waterfall, walking through a tranquil forest, experiencing Yellowstone’s unique geologic features, and more. Experience will be tailored to your activity group’s activity level. Please request our hike brochure.

BOOK NOW

VIEW HIKING TRAILS

Children are welcome on this tour, but strollers are not permitted on most trails. We recommend bringing a child carrier hiking backpack for younger children. Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Yellowstone Park Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

All Ages

Time of Year:

April 1 – November 1

Duration:

Departure Time: 7:30 AM
Duration: 8-9 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$1,025 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book:

BOOK NOW

Contact our concierge team for more information.

Morning Wildlife Watching

The perfect adventure for guests with a limited amount of time! Experience a taste of the majestic scenery and abundant wildlife in Yellowstone’s Northern Range with an experienced naturalist guide.

BOOK NOW

Please be prepared to be outside the vehicle for varying lengths of time while wildlife watching, including some walking on trails. Layers of clothing and sun, wind, and rain protection are recommended to stay comfortable throughout the day.

Yellowstone Half Day Tour Map

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

All Ages

Time of Year:

Year Round

Duration:

Departure Time: 5-6:30 AM, seasonally
Duration: 5 hours

Trip durations are estimates. Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$725 for 1-2 persons, $100/additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with a knowledgeable naturalist guide
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meal, snacks, and beverages prepared by our culinary team
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
How to Book:

BOOK NOW

Contact our concierge team for more information.

Walk and Wade Fly Fishing in Yellowstone

A combination of fishing and wildlife viewing, these trips will include short hikes to fishing spots on famed creeks and rivers within Yellowstone National Park. Spend a day taking in the park’s beauty and getting your line wet for native Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout.

contact concierge

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my own fishing gear?

Absolutely! Your personal fly fishing equipment is welcome.

What should I wear?

Dress in quick-drying layers and bring rainwear, sunglasses and a hat. Sandals or water shoes are recommended if you do not want to wear waders.

Do you provide rental gear for fishing trips?

We sure do! We provide:

  • Fly Rod Rental | $50
    Rod rental includes day use of the rod, reel, net, and fly. Additional flies and terminal tackle are available for purchase.
  • Everything but the Guide – Complete Fishing Accessory Package | $100
    Includes rental of a rod, net, and chest pack (with tippet, forceps, indicators and floatant) as well as a souvenir fly box stocked with in-season flies for you to take home with you.
  • Waders & Boots (package) | $50
  • Float Tube and fins (package) | $50

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

13

Time of Year:

June – October

Start Time:

Plan on meeting at 7:00 AM in the lobby to depart for the day of fishing.

Duration:

Full-Day

Please make your guide aware if you must return by a particular time.

Price:

$850 for 1-2 anglers

$150 per additional angler

All fees included. Guide gratuities and fishing permits are not included.

Includes:

Flies, rods/reels, waders and boots (optional), transportation, non-alcoholic beverages, and a meal of your choice from our Backcountry Menu.

Excludes:

Valid Yellowstone National Park Fishing Permit, guide gratuities, and alcoholic beverages (if desired)

Purchase Yellowstone National Park Fishing License

*Additional location fees may apply.

How to Book:

contact concierge

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I bring my own fishing gear?

Absolutely! Your personal fly fishing equipment is welcome.

What should I wear?

Dress in quick-drying layers and bring rainwear, sunglasses and a hat. Sandals or water shoes are recommended if you do not want to wear waders.

Do you provide rental gear for fishing trips?

We sure do! We provide:

  • Fly Rod Rental | $50
    Rod rental includes day use of the rod, reel, net, and fly. Additional flies and terminal tackle are available for purchase.
  • Everything but the Guide – Complete Fishing Accessory Package | $100
    Includes rental of a rod, net, and chest pack (with tippet, forceps, indicators and floatant) as well as a souvenir fly box stocked with in-season flies for you to take home with you.
  • Waders & Boots (package) | $50
  • Float Tube and fins (package) | $50

Trails to Trout Expedition

Start your morning with a scenic drive into Yellowstone’s magnificent Northern range. Later in the morning, you will meet your experienced horse wranglers for a trail ride up to the fabled upper meadows of Slough Creek. From there, you will spend a half-day with your experienced fly fishing guide chasing the creek’s gorgeous Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout. After a backcountry lunch, you will saddle up and ride back out. Truly a bucket-list experience!

Preferred Vendor: Horsetrack Outfitters

The stock concessioner providing the horseback riding portion of this tour is Horsetrack Outfitters. Horsetrack Outfitters, LLC is an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service to serve the public in Yellowstone National Park. #CC-YELL-157-16.

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

13+

Time of Year:

July – September

Duration:

Departure Time: 7 AM – 6 PM
Duration: 11 – 12 hours

Price:

$1,900 for one angler, $750 for an additional angler.

All fees included. Guide gratuities and fishing permits are not included.

Includes:
  • Flies, rods/reels, waders and boots
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees
  • Transportation
  • Non-alcoholic beverages, breakfast and lunch from our Backcountry Menu
How to Book:

CONTACT CONCIERGE

Saddle Up at Sunrise Tour

Start your morning early with a private tour of Yellowstone’s Northern range. Experience the abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery of the fabled Lamar Valley with your Naturalist Guide. Later in the morning, you will meet your experienced horse wranglers for a half-day trail ride through some of Yellowstone’s most beautiful country. Experience the park the same way Montana’s first visitors did, on horseback.

Preferred Vendor: Horsetrack Outfitters

The stock concessioner providing the horseback riding portion of this tour is Horsetrack Outfitters. Horsetrack Outfitters, LLC is an authorized concessioner of the National Park Service to serve the public in Yellowstone National Park. #CC-YELL-157-16.

Details & Requirements

Minimum Age:

5+

Time of Year:

May 20 – September

Duration:

Departure Time: 5-6 AM
Duration: 9-10 hours

Price:

$1,375 for one guest, $475 for each additional guest.

All fees included. Guide gratuities are not included.

Includes:
  • Private tour experience with knowledgeable naturalist guide and horse wranglers
  • Complimentary to-go backcountry meals (breakfast and lunch), snacks, and beverages
  • The use of high-powered optics for ethical wildlife viewing
  • Transportation between Sage Lodge and Yellowstone National Park
  • Yellowstone National Park entrance fees

*Excludes guide gratuities.

How to Book:

CONTACT CONCIERGE

Explore Other Adventures