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All trips are tailored to create the perfect adventure no matter where your interests lie in exploring this beautiful state. Get in touch with us now to start planning the ultimate Montana experience!

Wildlife, Landscapes, & More - Capture the Beauty of Montana

Whether visiting for a day or a week, spend your time traversing Montana, the parks, the greater Yellowstone ecosystem, or wherever you plan to roam. Tell us where you want to go and experience a choreographed tour of mountains and valleys, geologic wonders, unique geothermal oddities, and an array of wildlife.

*Full day all-inclusive guided tours start at $650 per person

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ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME MONTANA ACTIVITIES

Bob Marshall Hikes

One of Our Most ​Exclusive Montana Hiking Areas

Together the Great Bear, Bob Marshall, and Scapegoat Wildernesses form the Bob Marshall Wilderness Complex, an area of more than 1.5 million acres. The Flathead National Forest manages the largest portion of this Wilderness Complex, which is the third largest in the lower 48 states, managed by three national forests and five ranger districts.

 

The United States Congress designated the Bob Marshall Wilderness in 1964 and now totals 1,009,352 acres exclusively in Montana. The Wilderness Area was named after an early forester, preservation pioneer, and Wilderness Society cofounder, Bob Marshall. It is one of the most completely preserved mountain ecosystems in the world, the kind of wilderness most people can only imagine visiting. Rugged peaks, alpine lakes, cascading waterfalls, and grassy meadows are embellished with shimmering streams, a towering coniferous forest, and big river valleys that few men have ever seen. The primitive wilderness areas are unique places. Trails do not guide travelers, and maps will not help, these places are left for explorers to find their way in and out. Book a guide who knows this wild country and experience it for yourself.

  • Prices are all-inclusive and start at $375 per person per full day (minimum of two per tour)

  • Multiple days and group rates are available for booking with a possible discount!

  • Tours are available all year round, though winter weather will limit where we go and what we do. Be prepared to learn to snowshoe!

  • Prices are all subjective and based on your party's needs*

 

*View our policies.*

Capture the Beauty of Nature with a Professional on our Yellowstone Wildlife Photography Tours

Yellowstone National Park is a sanctuary to over 200 species of animals, including the majestic grizzly bears and bald eagles. Bison, wolves, elk, bears, and 60 other species of mammals roam around freely in their natural habitat. The park also houses over 300 bird species, six types of reptiles, 16 types of fish,  and four species of amphibians. Yellowstone is a wild wonderland, providing an extraordinary opportunity for photographers.

Get Up Close and Personal with Yellowstone's Wild Animals

Yellowstone Bison: With a population of nearly 4,700, Yellowstone has the largest free-ranging population of bison in North America's lower 48 states. While their calves may appear playful and adorable, adult bison can weigh up to 2,425 pounds and run at a top speed of 35 mph. It's essential to keep a safe distance of at least 25 yards while trying to capture their magnificence since adults are unpredictable and dangerous.

Gray Wolves: Once eliminated from the park, these magnificent predators have made a remarkable comeback. Since the reintroduction of 31 gray wolves in the 1990s, their population has grown to over 400.

Bears: Yellowstone is home to both grizzly and black bears. These omnivorous creatures roam around the park looking for food, and it is vital to monitor them for their and visitors' safety. It is also important to follow the National Park regulations, which require visitors to maintain a minimum distance of 100 yards from all bears.

Deer Family: Yellowstone's deer family consists of moose, elk, and mule deer. During the fall months, visitors can witness male deer battling for mates, a breathtaking sight to capture.

Pronghorn Antelope: These animals sprint through the park at speeds of up to 60 miles per hour and spend most of their time grazing in herds on the prairies.

Mountain Lions: A small number of mountain lions, also known as cougars and panthers, roam through the park, primarily living at higher elevations, making them a unique subject to follow.

Small Mammals: The park is also home to several tiny yet captivating creatures, including chipmunks, ground squirrels, martens, beavers, river otters, and yellow-bellied marmots.

Bald Eagle: Yellowstone National Park is home to the bald eagle, America's national symbol. Visitors can find these magnificent birds in large trees close to the water, preying on fish. These birds return every year, providing a great opportunity for photographers.

Our tour guides bring you to the best spots to find and view wildlife in the park. Though we have years of experience out and about finding the perfect moments, please note that the animals are unpredictable and we cannot guarantee that you'll check all of the animals off your bucket list in the first go-round. We will do our best though to make sure you are able to capture the ultimate beauty of the park through your lens! 

  • Prices start at $475 per person per full day (minimum of two per tour) and include transport around the park and two on-the-go meals

  • Additional days are $150 per person

  • Tours are available all year round

  • *Prices are all subjective and based on your party's needs, want professional lessons or an exclusive wine tasting at the end of the day? We've got you covered!*

*View our policies.*

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