North to Yellowstone
Yellowstone, Grand Teton, Jackson Hole WY
A one week national parks adventure, featuring hiking, camping, swimming, rafting, wildlife, scenic boat tour.
This trip is good for all physical levels/abilities.
Adventure Bus is an Authorized Permittee of the National Park Service.
Confirm all dates with Adventure Bus before booking any flights or pre-trip accommodations.
June 12-18, 2022 and June 19-25, 2022
June 12-18, 2022
June 19-25, 2022
Arrival & Departure
Departs and returns to Salt Lake City.
This tour features our unique Adventure Bus sleeper coach.
This tour features tent camping and bus bunking. We’ll provide the tents and sleeping pads. You’ll need to rent or bring a sleeping bag. Contact us for helpful hints on accommodations and flights before and after your tour.
Warm to hot days and cool to chilly nights are typical on this tour. Nights are chilly due to higher elevation
Our meals are geared to provide you with the fuel you need to get through your active days, and yet still extremely tasty. We can accommodate all dietary needs.
Hikes & Difficulty
The hikes featured on this tour vary in length, technicality, and difficulty. 1-7+ miles. Each location has various hiking options, so there is always something for everyone!
What to Expect
After you make a reservation, a confirmation packet will be sent to you with more detailed information. Check out our FAQs.
We start this fantastic trip by picking up you and your fellow Adventurers in Salt Lake City. We’ll prep you for your adventure and then enjoy a comfortable journey to camp outside our first national park…
Begin the day by breathing some fresh mountain air in the world's first national park, Yellowstone! Hike past Fountain Paint Pots, Morning Glory Geyser, and of course the most famous geyser, Old Faithful. Watch Old Faithful erupt boiling water and stream 30 meters into Wyoming’s blue sky.
Explore the “Grand Canyon of Yellowstone” with its 300 ft waterfalls, raging Yellowstone River, and wildflower meadows. Watch bison grazing in Hayden Valley. Later, we’ll peek inside the bubbling Dragon’s Cauldron and end the day with a campfire under the stars.
Grand Teton is known for its sharp, snow capped peaks and excellent hiking trails. We’ll visit the Colter Bay area first, and let you loose to hike past serene Jackson, Heron and Swan Lakes where it is likely you'll spot deer, moose or elk! Rent a canoe to explore the nearby inlets, or take a scenic boat ride around the lake.
Take a short boat ride across Jenny Lake at the base of Grand Teton Mountain, hike past Hidden Falls, Inspiration Point, and continue into Cascade Canyon. This canyon is filled with wildlife, flowers, and waterfalls. Follow Cascade Creek up into the canyon, and you are likely to see a moose or two!
Explore this cowboy town for the day, or, do a little horseback riding or white water rafting on the Snake River! Enjoy the many galleries, shops and restaurants.
We'll roll back into Salt Lake City between 10-12 noon, exchange emails so we can share photos, and say our goodbyes to all of our new friends!
"Don't cry because it's over... Smile because it happened." Dr Seuss