In Yellowstone and the Tetons, the West is still wild. Geysers gush. Mud pots bubble. Sawtooth peaks reach for the sky. Bison graze in the meadows. Osprey camp out atop awesome pinnacles. And we're getting wild, too! Hiking, biking, kayaking, rafting and more. Two national parks. Wild scenery. Wild life. Wild fun.
1 Be awed by bubbling mud pots, spouting geysers and steaming vents in Yellowstone Hike through the heart of the park into the Upper Geyser Basin, taking in the sights, sounds—and smells!—of this fascinating wonderland Kids will love seeing the fumaroles of Biscuit Basin and legendary Old Faithful Geyser up close.
2 Behold Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, the park's most dramatic feature, where waterfalls cascade over pastel-colored cliffs A leisurely walk through alpine meadows and stands of lodgepole pines along the canyon rim provides breathtaking vistas deep into the gorge.
3-4 Eagles and bison and bears, oh my! Local guides take us on a flat-water kayaking trip across Yellowstone Lake Breathe in fresh mountain air while kicking back with your family under a vast Wyoming sky Explore Grand Teton National Park, a paradise of bluebell-strewn meadows, shimmering lakes, thick forests and sawtooth mountains Perhaps you'll opt for a horseback ride, scenic boat cruise or a fishing excursion.
5-6 Spin beneath the spine of the Teton Range as we follow the valley floor Traffic up ahead—watch for roaming bison! Adults explore the Wild West town of Jackson, while kids join the Kid Activity Expert for some fun of their own Ready to get wet? Paddle thrilling Class II and III rapids with expert river runners down the Snake River.