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Grand Teton-Yellowstone Multi-Sport Tour

Age Limit: None No age limit. Ideally suited to ages 8 and older. Call to discuss suitability.
Bicycle Rentals: Yes $95
Difficulty: Moderately Easy With Moderate options.
Fully Guided: Yes
Gateway City: Jackson, WY
Length of Trip: 6 days/5 nights
Maximum Guest Capacity: 13
Meals Provided: Yes 3 per day
Meeting Place: Jackson, WY
Minimum Guest Capacity: 4
Price: $2498 (inn), $1998 (inn & camping), $1598 (camping) Single Supplement: $600 (inn), $350 (inn & camping)
Reservation Contact: 1-800-488-8483
State: Wyoming
Support Vans: Yes

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General Description

The World Outdoors, Teton-Yellowstone Multi-Sport Tour
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The World Outdoors, Teton-Yellowstone Multi-Sport Tour
The following tour is offered by The World Outdoors. For more information, please visit TheWorldOutdoors.com, call 800-488-8483 or e-mail us.

2008 Dates: June 15-20 (inn & camping) June 22-27 (inn) June 29-July 4 (singles, camping) July 6-11 (family, camping) July 13-18 (singles, inn) July 20-25 (family, inn & camping) July 27-August 1 (inn & camping) August 1-6 (inn & camping) August 3-8 (family, camping) August 10-15 (inn) August 17-22 (camping) August 24-29 (singles, inn & camping) August 31-September 5 (inn)

Activities: Hike (2-1/2 days), bike (two 1/2 days), rock climb (1 day), raft (1/2 day) and free day (1 day).

Trip Itinerary: Bike, Hike, Rock Climb and Raft in Wyoming's Wilderness. The pristine wilderness and rugged beauty of America's most beloved national parks--Grand Teton and Yellowstone--set the stage for our action-packed adventure. In six extraordinary days, we discover waterfalls, buffalo herds, and thundering geysers in Yellowstone, a premier geological treasure. In the Tetons, we rock climb, bike backroads and raft the Snake River's fun-filled rapids.

Day 1 Bridger-Teton-Upper Geyser Basin. Pedal through Bridger-Teton National Forest with a gradual descent through beautiful alpine meadows to the Buffalo River valley. Then head to Yellowstone and walk through Upper Geyser Basin and the world's largest concentration of active geysers. Witness Old Faithful's dramatic performance and settle in to the comforts of classic Old Faithful Inn, dating from 1903.

Day 2 Avalanche Peak. After a last viewing of Old Faithful's predictable eruption, head off to hike to the summit of Avalanche Peak with breathtaking, panoramic views of the craggy, snow-capped Absaroka peaks and the serene waters of Yellowstone Lake.

Day 3 Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone. Spend the morning watching wildlife in pastoral Hayden Valley and then hike the golden-hued rim of Yellowstone's Grand Canyon to view the chasm and Lower Falls from Artist's Point.

Day 4 Jenny Lake-Grand Tetons. Choose your own adventure! Spend the day in Grand Teton National Park taking a self-guided hike to Inspiration Point and Cascade Canyon. Or choose to stroll the shoreline of idyllic Jenny Lake or paddle a canoe through its crystal clear waters.

Day 5 Hidden Falls-Grand Tetons. Strap on a harness and experience an introductory day of rock climbing thrills near cascading Hidden Falls. Just bring a brimming smile and a spirit of adventure, then leave the rest to our expert guides. Or you can choose instead to take another hike, horseback ride or fly fish in the area.

Day 6 Antelope Flats-Snake River-Jackson. Pedal through wildlife-filled Antelope Flats beneath the soaring Tetons before boarding rafts for a thrilling afternoon of whitewater fun on the Snake River and the conclusion of our memorable journey in Jackson.

Family Trip Highlights: Experience a camping or an inn & camping tour in a land where the West is still wild! Each day's route and distance can be tailored to enrich your family bond while experiencing nature's treasures. Best suited for ages 8 and older.

Fee Information
Type Price Remarks
2008 Price per Person Call for Current Fee for Inn. Single Supplement: $6
2008 Price per Person Call for Current Fee for inn and camping. Single s
2008 Price per Person Call for Current Fee for camping.

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Recreation Opportunities
Activity Remarks On Site
ICON Guided Touring Grand Teton-Yellowstone Multi-Sport Tour
ICON Hiking & Walking 3 days of hiking.
ICON Horseback Riding 1/2 day of horseback riding on inn-to-inn trip only.
ICON Mountain Biking 1 1/2 days of mountain biking.
ICON Rafting 1/2 day of rafting.

More Information

Visitor Information:

Grand Teton National Park, P.O. Box 170 , Moose, WY, 83012-0170, Phone: 307-739-3300

Links to other sites:
The World Outdoors - The World Outdoors Website


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