National Park History Tours Step on Guide
Cody | Black to Yellow
Yellowstone National Park Step-on Tour Guide (Seasonal May through October)
There are two entrances to the Yellowstone National Park from Cody, Wyoming. This gives you more flexibility in designing your visit to “Wonderland.” Yellowstone is a very big place full of natural wonders. You will have to choose which parts you want to see: waterfalls, lakes, canyons, animals or thermal features. The advantage of our step-on tour guide is that he can show you the Park 140 years ago in stereoview photography on your tour and you are in the comfort of your own vehicle. Your step-on guide includes cultural history interpretation and more as you spend an entire day exploring the worlds first National Park. Your will have an extraordinary experience, no matter what your expectations.
Bighorn Canyon National Recreational Area. (Year round)
Located just north of Lovell, Wyoming, which is east of Cody, the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area is one of the best kept secrets in the state of Wyoming. Straddling the border of Wyoming and Montana, it contains some of the most stunning canyon views in the West. Along with historic ranch sites you will visit the first wild horse range set aside in the United States. There you can see Spanish Mustangs descended from the Conquistador horses of the sixteenth century. By boat the Grand Canyon of the Bighorn River is one of the best Walleye fishing holes in the world. The Canyon is riddled with caves and sacred burial spots. The view from below is as spectacular as it is from above. See our website for more details or call 307-899-5353.
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