- 10+ Guests Price as advertised*
- 8-9 Guests +$500 per person to trip price*
- 6-7 Guests +$1,000 per person to trip price*
- 4-5 Guests +$1,500 per person to trip price*
- 2-3 Guests +$2,500 per person to trip price*
After meeting your guides in the lobby of the Snow King Hotel in Jackson at 10:00 AM and taking a short shuttle to Grand Teton National Park, we'll get right down to business! We will make sure you are comfortable on your bike, then fuel up with a hearty picnic lunch before a leisurely pedal through this magnificent park. Now is the time to slow down and take it all in. Savor views of the majestic Tetons and keep your eyes peeled for elk, pronghorn, and maybe even a grizzly sighting. Stop at one of the many viewpoints along the way and allow the sound of the rushing river and the pure beauty of the wilderness around you set the stage for the week ahead. Our ride ends at the serene Jackson Lake Lodge, which is ideally located at the north end of the park. After getting settled into your room, be sure to make your way to the lobby for a jaw-dropping panoramic view of Mount Moran. Tonight, we will gather at the Lodge for social hour and dinner and your guides will tell you all about the adventures the rest of the week will bring.
Moose to Jackson Lake Lodge
Approximately 22 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing
Jackson Lake Lodge
Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner
Today starts bright and early and is all about Yellowstone National Park. Our private tour will be led by an expert naturalist from Teton Science School's Wildlife Expeditions program, the best nature tour operator in the business. You'll ride in a safari-style vehicle complete with binoculars and spotting scopes (which help you enjoy close up views of local wildlife without disturbing them) and we will make stops along the way to view and learn about the wildlife and geologic features of the park. The stops will include a geyser walk at Old Faithful, a delicious picnic by the Firehole River, the majestic waterfalls of the Grand Canyon of Yellowstone, and the Hayden Valley where bison and other wildlife roam. Each journey to this amazing national park is a unique experience that you will remember for a lifetime. You'll arrive back at Jackson Lake Lodge just in time for dinner. Tonight you are free to dine at your leisure, perhaps on the deck at the Blue Heron Lounge to complete this picturesque day.
Day Trip to Yellowstone
Get a private tour by an expert naturalist
Jackson Lake Lodge
Breakfast | Lunch
Today we will get back on the bike as we depart Jackson Lake Lodge and reverse our tracks through Grand Teton National Park. Get your own photo of the iconic Mormon Row homesteads with the Teton Range in the background. If you're lucky, you may see a herd of bison roaming the grasslands as you make your way to lunch at a little known cafe with fantastic sandwiches and the best views around. If you are up for more miles, after lunch, you'll follow the bike path past the National Elk Refuge and cruise through downtown Jackson en route to the Snow King Hotel, our home for the next three nights. Tonight, we'll head to Hatch Taqueria, which is famous for it's inventive tacos and tequila selection.
Jackson Lake Lodge to Kelly
Approximately 32 miles with 870 feet of climbing
Cathedral Turnout to Kelly
Approximately 20 miles with 400 feet of climbing
Jackson Lake Lodge to Kelly to Jackson
Approximately 47 miles with 1,050 feet of climbing
Snow King Hotel
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
Get your thrills on the mighty Snake River this morning as our premier local outfitter, Barker Ewing, takes us through eight miles of whitewater in the Snake River Canyon. Yes, you will get wet, but it will be worth it. Dry off, enjoy lunch on your own at a Jackson cafe, and take a breather to decide how you'd like to spend the afternoon. The choices are boundless: Take a bike ride, go horseback riding or fly fishing, relax by the hotel pool, visit the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum, or browse the many galleries and shops that surround the town square. Dinner is also on your own tonight, so take advantage of the freedom to pack as much into this day as you'd like. Please note that horseback riding and fly fishing are not included in the trip price, but your guides will be happy to help you arrange these activities.
Jackson to Kelly and Return
Approximately 29 miles with 700 feet of climbing
Whitewater Rafting Snake River Canyon
Snow King Hotel
Today we'll follow a meandering bike path toward the town of Wilson keeping an eye out for the resident moose who are often seen munching on the willows along the way. In Wilson, you can kick your feet up and enjoy an espresso by the river or continue riding along a quiet undulating road to Red Top Meadows. Whatever you choose, we'll all reconvene in Teton Village where you will have a chance to explore on your own and enjoy lunch at a restaurant of your choosing. If the weather cooperates, take the gondola to the top of the ski runs where you can take in the views with a short hike before heading back down. Afterwards, follow the bike paths back to the hotel or hop in the van for the trip back to Jackson. We'll gather for a farewell social hour and dinner this evening to share our stories from this adventure. Three cheers to our national parks, new friends, and memories of a lifetime.
Jackson to Teton Village and Return
Approximately 32 miles with 600 feet of climbing
Jackson to Teton Village
Approximately 18 miles with 300 feet of climbing
Jackson to Teton Village and Return with Red Top Meadows
Approximately 54 miles with 1,900 feet of climbing
Snow King Hotel
Breakfast | Social Hour | Dinner
This morning, refresh your legs with an early morning spin. Once again, this ride is mostly on a bike path. We'll do a simple, yet scenic loop south of town before saying our final farewells. Or, if you prefer, you can linger over your morning coffee or head into town for last minute souvenirs. Bid farewell to your guides at the hotel at 11:00 AM. We are sure you'll agree that Yellowstone, Jackson and the Grand Tetons have been wonderful hosts, putting Mother Nature's best on display.
Flat Creek Loop
Approximately 15 miles with 400 feet of climbing
We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays.
We recommend that you fly into Jackson Hole Airport (JAC). Cabs are not readily available so we suggest that you make advance arrangements to get to your pre-trip hotel. Many hotels, including the Snow King Hotel, offer free airport shuttles. If you are staying at The Snow King, please call 307-733-5200 at least 48 hours in advance to schedule a pick-up. The drive will take approximately 20 minutes. You can also schedule a taxi by calling A Black Car Service at 307-413-2572 or take the Ride2Fly Shuttle (307-200-1400).
Your Trek Travel guides will meet you in the lobby of the Snow King Hotel (400 E Snow King Ave, Jackson, WY 83001) at 10:00 AM on the first day of the trip. After a short shuttle, you’ll be treated to a picnic lunch prepared by your guides followed by a personal bike fitting to ensure a smooth and comfortable ride. Your guides will then present an overview of the day’s riding and hiking options and off we’ll go! Please have your first day’s riding gear handy and separate from your other luggage to facilitate the bike fitting and ride.
If you will be late for the pick-up or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. You will receive an email a week before the trip start with their names and contact details. If you cannot reach them, please call our first hotel, Jackson Lake Lodge (307 543 2811), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details.View our pre hotel recommendations
You will say farewell to your guides at the Snow King Hotel at 11:00 AM. If you're heading to the Jackson Hole Airport, we recommend booking a ride on the hotel's free shuttle.View our post hotel recommendations
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Summer temperatures are perfectly mild, ranging from the low 40s to low 80s on a warm day. Evenings tend to cool off, often requiring a sweatshirt or jacket, while days are pure mountain summer bliss. Because we are near the mountains, be prepared for the occasional afternoon. Packing List»
There's plenty to see and do in this famous Western town. For starters, take your picture under the famed antler arches that grace the town square. Then, hop in the saddle at the Million Dollar Cowboy Bar, grab a beer at the Mangy Moose, and browse the countless galleries, boutiques, specialty shops in this charming little town. From here, you are minutes away from endless outdoor adventures, from fly-fishing to horseback riding to hiking in Grand Teton National Park. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel.
We'll introduce you to this glorious park during the trip, but recommend that you stay longer so you can dive a little deeper into its treasured landsape. Yellowstone is host to an overabundance of ecological treasures, from geothermal features to every ecosytem imaginable. Here, geysers live in harmony with both volcanoes and hundreds of endangered mammals, reptiles and birds. Its photographs alone inspired the United States Government to establish it as our very first national park in 1872, and its natural beauty has been preserved ever since. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel.
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